seasoned hardwood from local sustainable sources

One of the best firewoods. When seasoned well, it gives off a good, lasting heat. Burns reasonably slowly.

One of the best for firewood. Low water content and can be split easily. It can be burned green but best when seasoned. Burns not too fast.

Has a high water content so only burns well when seasoned well.

An excellent firewood and will burn unseasoned. However, it does burn very fast so is best mixed with slower burning wood such as Elm or Oak.

Good firewood.
Burns well.

Excellent firewood. Allow to season.
Burns fast but without spitting.

Can be burnt green.
A good firewood.

crab apple
Needs to be seasoned well. Burns well with a pleasant smell and without sparking/spitting.

wild cherry
Needs to be seasoned well. Burns well with a pleasant smell and without spitting.

Burns much in the same way as Birch, fast and bright.

Sometimes known as 'sabbath wood', was used by apprentice bakers to keep the ovens warm when the bakery was closed on the day of rest ready for baking Monday

Beechwood fires are bright and clear
If the logs are kept a year.
Chestnut's only good, they say,
If for long 'tis laid away.
But Ash new or Ash old
Is fit for a queen with crown of gold.

Birch and fir logs burn too fast
Blaze up bright and do not last.
It is by the Irish said
Hawthorn bakes the sweetest bread.
Elm wood burns like churchyard mould,
E ' en the very flames are cold.
But Ash green or Ash brown
Is fit for a queen with golden crown.

Poplar gives a bitter smoke,
Fills your eyes and makes you choke.
Applewood will scent your room
With an incense like perfume.
Oaken logs, if dry and old.
Keep away the winter's cold.
But Ash wet or Ash dry
A king shall warm his slippers by.

Oaken logs, if dry and old,
Keep away the winter's cold
Poplar gives a bitter smoke
Fills your eyes, and makes you choke
Elmwood burns like churchyard mould
E'en the very flames are cold
Hawthorn bakes the sweetest bread -
Or so it is in Ireland said,
Applewood will scent the room,
Pearwood smells like flowers in bloom,
But Ashwood wet and Ashwood dry,
A King can warm his slippers by.

Beechwood logs burn bright and clear,
If the wood is kept a year
Store your Beech for Christmas-tide,
With new-cut Holly laid aside
Chestnut's only good, they say
If for years it's stored away
Birch and Fir wood burn too fast,
Blaze too bright, and do not last
Flames from Larch will shoot up high,
And dangerously the sparks will fly...
But Ashwood green,
And Ashwood brown
Are fit for Queen with golden crown.