That kind of leaves lots of questions that are important but not answered, doesn't it? Bonsia can be made with any type of wood, so that is one point. Often I have seen small conifer types used so they may have far more sap and dry far slower but we don't know what type. Then the point of drying is a pretty open ended term. If we get out of the shower we say we are dry but that sure doesn't mean wood would be dry. Before deciding if it would be good wood to use, I would have to know more about what it is and how long had it been dried. Some wood will dry in a few years while others like pine or cedar make take twice as long.