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 Do alder trees have hard or soft wood?

Answer A soft hardwood is the way in which alder trees (Alnus spp) tend to be described. Specifically, it is a member of the birch family (Betulaceae). It therefore is considered a hardwood. But its wood... Read More »
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Is alder a hard wood?

Alder is classified as a soft hardwood that can be carved easily. Native to the Pacific Northwest, this tree is commonly used in the manufacture of furniture. Alder is a member of the birch family... Read More »
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Is spruce a hard or soft wood?

Spruce is a member of the pine (Pinaceae) family. Like all conifer or evergreen trees, it is a softwood species, according to the University of Tennessee's Agricultural Extension Service. Spruce's ... Read More »
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Is magnolia tree wood hard or soft?

Magnolia is a hardwood to semi-hardwood tree, depending on the area of the tree from which you take a cutting. Hardwood trees tend to loose their leaves in the fall, and have wood that is more dens... Read More »
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What kind of wood burns the hottest: soft or hard?

Hard woods like red oak, white oak, beech and maple burn hotter than soft woods like ponderosa pine, yellow poplar and spruce. For the best burning and lowest emission of smoke, firewood must be pr... Read More »
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