Madrone is very good firewood. It puts out more BTU than most any other
species of trees. Just make sure you split it before it dries or you won't
split it. It is very, very, very hard after drying.
I didn't see them either. It was the info on the wood that should answer you
questions, but if you want pics, see this:
: I have available to me some madrone trees. Is there any value in making
: boards? Is it good for firewood?
: Tin Woodsmn
It's pretty and the burls are much liked by veneer makers and turners.
Madrone is legendary for its warping abilities, so if you slice it into boards
cut them overtihick and weigh them down while they dry.
-- Andy Barss
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