It is very important to burn the right fuel, if you have a multifuel stove you can burn wood, peat blocks and smokeless coal.
If you have a wood burning only stove you can burn just wood.
All wood has to be well seasoned (this means cut and split for at least 1 year) and dry.
A moisture meter is a very good tool for checking the moisture content of your wood, to be most efficient you want no more than 20% moisture content, 15% or less is best.
Burns well, must be well seasoned, gives great heat and a very pleasing smell
Can be burned green but is best when seasoned, burns at a nice steady rate
Needs to be very well seasoned but a good burner
Gives off good heat but burns very fast, is best when mixed with other varieties, lovely scent
Gives good heat
Needs to be very well seasoned but a great burner
Gives great heat, spits a lot but perfect for wood burners
A good burner gives good heat
A good burner, can be burnt green
Needs to be well seasoned but a good burner, gives good heat
Great burner, gives good heat, needs to be very well seasoned, at least 2 years, but burns nice and slow so best mixed with other varieties
Best avoided, gives off a lot of oils and will tar up your flue liner
A good burner
Not a great wood, gives off lots of tar
Needs to be very well seasoned, but burns good, best when mixed with other varieties
Burns ok but doesn't give off great heat
Gives off very poor heat
Burns ok but not great