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Poplar the very orangey bit in pic 4 alder. Alder takes a bit of drying but makes nice firewood the poplar will also take a while to dry but once dry dont let it get wet again

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Missed a trick there Stubby old bean:biggrin:


Yea the Hornbeam thing ! :001_smile:

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It's pros are that it's easy to process, doesn't splinter and is quite a clean wood so you have less waste when splitting, cons, hard to get it dry and keep it dry especially of your storing outside, isn't the best burning wood some would say but I find it burns well to be honest

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