Cherry firewood is a popular choice for many homeowners. Although not as popular as oak, maple and ash, cherry can still provide sufficient heat for your home. Cherry is most commonly used for cooking. Cherry firewood works well with turkey, chicken and pork but is a little to strong for fish.
The firewood is known for its pleasant aroma and lovely blue flame when burnt making it a popular choice for a fireplace in a decorative setting or for general classier purposes.
Cherry firewood is easy to split and supplies moderate heat when compared to oak, maple or locust which are superior firewood choices for heating. While it may not be the top choice in the firewood rankings for home burning, cherry can supply you with a beautiful, warm fire that also smells terrific. Cherry firewood definitely is in the top rankings though for cooking firewood, local restaurants in the Milwaukee area purchase cherry from us for their cooking obligations.
Cherry will produce 20-22 million BTU’s per cord.