Trees inThriftwood Reference pages 

 Burning Properties of Wood

Best burning wood; has both flame and heat, and will bum when green, though naturally not as well as when dry.

 

 Burning Properties of Wood

Poor in heat and does not last

 

  Burning Properties of Wood

Good 

  Burning Properties of Wood

Good, will burn when green, but best when kept a season.

  Burning Properties of Wood

The novelist's 'blazing fire of oaken logs' is fanciful, Oak is sparse in flame and the smoke is acrid, but dry old oak is excellent for heat, burning slowly and steadily until whole log collapses into cigar-like ash.

  Burning Properties of Wood

Bums with a splendid flame, but apt to spit. The resinous of pine has a lovely scent and a cheerful blue flame.

  Burning Properties of WoodThe heat is good but it burns quickly. The smell is pleasant.

  Burning Properties of Wood

Burns with a good flame, with moderate heat. Useless green.

  Burning Properties of Wood

Truly awful.

Yew Tree 

 

 Burning Properties of Wood

Last but among the best. Burns slowly, with fierce heat, and the scent is pleasant

Aspen
 Burning Properties of Wood
No reports

 

 Burning Properties of Wood

Mediocre. Very smoky. Quick burner, with not much heat.

  Burning Properties of Wood

Good.

  Burning Properties of Wood

Almost as good as beech.

  Burning Properties of Wood

Crackly, scented, and fairly good for heat.

  Burning Properties of Wood

Best burning wood; has both flame and heat, and will bum when green, though naturally not as well as when dry

  Burning Properties of Wood

Mediocre. Apt to shoot embers. Small flame and heating power.

 Burning Properties of Wood
Poor. It must be dry to use, and then it burns slowly, with little flame. Apt to spark.
Weeping Willow
 Burning Properties of Wood
Poor. It must be dry to use, and then it burns slowly, with little flame. Apt to spark.
Goat Willow

 

 Burning Properties of Wood

Burns quickly