Idigbo (Terminalia ivorensis) is a West African tropical hardwood, also known as Emeri or Framire.

Looking similar in appearance to Oak and being considerably cheaper in price, it is often referred to as “poor man’s Oak”.

The species is moderately durable and predominantly used for external joinery & decking.


We stock a limited quantity of the species in 50mm sawn boards, with other thicknesses readily available from a number of our suppliers.