Keeping this in view, is petrified wood wood?
Petrified wood is a fossil in which the organicremains have been replaced by minerals in the slow process of beingreplaced with stone. Special rare conditions must be met in orderfor the fallen stem to be transformed into fossil wood orpetrified wood.
Beside above, how many years does it take for wood to petrify?
As our plant's internal structure gradually breaks down,its organic material (wood fibers) gets replaced by silicaand other minerals. Over a period of a few million years,those minerals will crystalize. The end result is a rock thatappropriates the shape and structure of our originaltree.
According to firstquarterfinance.com, they say thisregarding how size affects the value of petrifiedwood. “Small pieces of petrified wood are quitecommon and not worth very much. Tumbled or rough pieces that areone- to three-inches long will typically be worth a dollar or twoeach, if that.