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Is Leylandii/Conifer Logs worth anything?

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On 06/04/2015 at 00:34, Welshwoodsman said:



Have to agree- those big trees look mighty suspiciously unlike Scots Pine with those huge buttresses on the trunks. I have got overstood 80 year old Western Hemlock that looks just like them- and they do look much more WRC than scots, but maybe its the pics. The Leylandii phoenix trees are just amazing- i want some.

i agree with you on this one western hemlock not scotts pine or leylandi,,

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12 hours ago, Robert Brent Westerhope Wood Turners Group said:

hi all,I’m an ameture woodturner,I’ve been given as part payment of an invoice owed ,a huge amount of Leylandii Conifer logs,can anyone out there tell me wether l can turn these logs on my wood lathe,I’ve been drying them out inside my garage for 6 months now,and I’m so eager to turn them,please advise me thank you.,

Google a firm called Thomas Higgins and get full payment for your invoice, don’t get mugged off by a chancer trying to pay you with logs would be my advice. 

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