Hello, does anybody out there have experience with burning cherry laurel? My sister has cut down several of her trees, and I could schlepp some of the wood home with me if I like. Her boyfriend helpfully even split some of it. However, doing a lot of googling I cannot find ANYTHING about burning cherry laurel, except that as a landscape plant it has a 'high flammability" rating. Lots of recipes for using its leaves and weird stuff like that. So, I would like to know if I should take a little or take a lot, as it is a long drive home from here and having the truck empty or full would probably affect the mileage. Seems odd I can't ANYTHING about burning it. Seems fairly heavy in its green state, and have read that it is hard and durable for making furniture. Thanks for any useful input.