Honeylocust

Is honey locust good firewood for burning in a wood stove?



Answer


Honeylocust is a good firewood species. It is a very dense and hard wood, therefore it burns for a long time. Just be careful if you are processing the wood, because honey locust has some nasty thorns. Although there are some thornless cultivars such as "Shademaster" which are commonly planted in landscapes and urban areas.


Good luck!

-MG

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Mill the log and burn the leftovers
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Honeylocust also makes beutiful wood it you have a large tree. Mill the large trunk and then burn what is left over. Does make great firewood.

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Thank you. Have a very old large one in the yard which needs to be cut, and I have started to burn wood. Thanks again for being helpful.

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