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RE: wood you

Certainly, Kitty
	Have in the past and will again. Nothing wrong with redbud. Fairly
dense and burns just fine when dried. Between Ike last fall and ice this
winter I will have some in my wood pile this fall. Lost 3 mature redbuds up
on the hillside to Ike. Some smaller ones to the ice. 
	Wild cherry is great and smells good when burning. 

Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, LLC
Gardener,Writer, Photographer 

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Kitty
burn redbud would?
I cut down a cherry (newport flowering plum), part of a birch, and a large 
portion of a couple of  big redbuds.  A friend asked me for the birch and 
cherry to age for future use in a fireplace.  I asked if he wanted the 
redbud and he said he didn't know if it was good for using that way.  It 
seems like fairly dense wood, as dense as the cherry, so I'd think it would 
be ok.  Has anyone burned redbud before?
neIN, Zone 5 

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