Pinion wood - Pinon wood - Pinyon wood is a wonderful smelling firewood that originates in the New Mexico mountain regions. Although it does grow in parts of Colorado, Utah and Arizona, most of the timber is in the New Mexico Mountains. Pinion trees are a slow growing tree in the higher elevations and are in the pine family of Gymnosperms.
Pinion wood is the one wood that can be used and burned year round. A lot of our customers enjoy it during the fall and winter times during the holidays. Burning Oak firewood is not a big deal, just because it is a average wood with no special qualities. But, pinion - pinon - pinyon wood on the other hand has a heavenly smell. Pinyon wood for sale works in various applications. I happens to be the #1 wood for chiminea. We also sold a lot in the winter time because people want that amazing smell in their firewood fireplace. Since fire pits are increasing in popularity, fire pit is another word for a outdoor fireplace. Pinon wood is a 365 day a year wood.
Pinion wood is not for cooking because it is a sappy pine that will not be suitable for smoking and cooking. Another part of pinyon wood is you want it to get as much smoke as possible. Some people soak their pinion chunks in water for 30 minutes before burning. You will need to get a fire burning first and then put the wet pinon wood on top. Don't try to start your fire with wet pinion since that will make it difficult. In the summertime when all the bugs and mosquitoes and bugs are out in full force, pinion wood does repel them. All the bugs and mosquitoes hate the smell of pinyon wood but we all love it. What a great arrangement that is!
Some of the best times of the year for Pinion - Pinon - Pinyon wood is during the Christmas season, Thanksgiving and the hot days of summer. It works year round in all season but in these times we often see an unflux of order because of its amazing smell and customers are wanting the wonderful smell during these times. Pinion wood is a slow growing tree in the western Mountain ranges and can be up to 200 years growing in elevations over 2,000 feet above sea level. We offer our pinion wood chunks because they are the best fit in most chiminea fireplaces. Some chiminea fireplaces are often small in diameter so the chunks are great. For our local customers they like the full length pinyon split logs because they are best fits for fire pits in their backyards. No matter how you choose to buy them, they will bring you the great smell of the New Mexico mountains. A goal for using your pinon wood is for them to smoke as much as possible. This can be done by soaking your pinion for an hour or so for the water to soak up into your logs. You'll want to use the dry pinion to start your fire, but when you have the pinion fire going, add a few of the water soaked pinion and this will give you a great amount of smoke!
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