Similarly one may ask, what kind of wood should not be burned in a fireplace?
11 Kinds of Wood Not to Burn in Your Fireplace
- Green Wood or Unseasoned Wood. Wood that makes the best firewood for a fireplace is seasoned wood not green wood.
- Non-Local Wood.
- Christmas Trees.
- Poisonous wood.
- Endangered Species.
- Plywood, particle board, or chipboard.
Consequently, is Linden a hardwood?
Comments: Species in the Tilia genus are usually referred to as either Lime or Linden in Europe, while in North America it's most commonly called Basswood. Basswood is an ideal wood for many woodcarvers. And though the wood is both lightweight and soft, it has an outstanding MOE-to-weight ratio.
The best kind of wood to burn is one of the hard woods, such as oak, hard maple and birch because they release more heat and produce less creosote deposits.