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Fir, Pine or Spruce - Which Do I Have?
... cones can be seen by the scales. Pine cone scales are woody in nature, with a rigid feel. In contrast, spruce cones have thinner scales than pine cones ... pine trees retain their cones for a few years; thus it is common to see new and old cones still attached to a tree. A number of pines will retain their cones ...
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Landowner Fact Sheets - sugar pine
... name. Sugar pine's large cones yield large edible seeds. David Douglas, an eminent 18th century Scottish plant/seed collector, nearly lost his life while searching for sugar pine cones near Eugene, OR. Pinus Latin name for pine ...
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How to Wire a Pine Cone - eHow.com
... Pine Cone comment digg it del.icio.us print email Rate This Article: Thanks. Your vote has been counted. Difficulty: Easy Pine cones ... cones you plan to use for a craft at the same time. Overall Things You'll Need Wire cutters Garden Shears Paddle Wire Topics Addressed crafts christmas pine cones christmas how to make a wreath using pine cones for decoration ...
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Slash pine
... . Loblolly cones are 3" to 6" long, but they are light reddish-brown and persist for three years of growth. Also, loblolly cones are far pricklier than slash pine cones. Bark of slash pine has large, flat, orange-brown plates. Loblolly bark is thick and divides into irregular, dark brown scaly blocks. There are two varieties. Slash pine (Pinus elliottii ...
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Slash Pine Reproductive Structures
... Pine Reproductive Structures Pinus elliottii Engelm. Reproductive Structures Male cones occur in clusters at base of new ... maturity mature and release pollen in late January through March Female cones occur on higher branches singly or in clusters pinkish to ... ovoid to triangular wing 20 mm (0.8 in) long Slash pine cones mature about 20 months after pollination, although this is variable depending ...
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Table Mountain Pine Reproductive Structures
... ) : "Table Mountain pine needs stand and site disturbance, light, and heat for successful regeneration. In closed stands on western and northern exposures, Table Mountain pine cones are distinctly serotinous, but on southerly and easterly exposures many cones open soon after maturing. A large number of closed cones remain on the trees ...
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Japanese White Pine
... Often seen as a dense, conical form when young, Japanese White Pine develops into a 25 to 50-foot-tall, graceful, irregularly-shaped ... overall fine texture to the tree's silhouette. The brownish-red cones are one to four inches long and persist on the ... of five, so this tree is also known as "five-needle pine", especially the cultivar P. pentaphylla. Family: Pinaceae Lighting: Full sun. Temperature ...
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Virginia (Scrub) Pine
... cones. The thin, orange/brown bark becomes ridged and furrowed on older trees, and is often seen due to the open branching habit. The Virginia pine ... Pine, but has smaller needles and does not grow as thick a trunk. Both have purplish, flaking bark, needles in pairs, and small cones ... Zones 5 through 8. Watering: As with any pine, good drainage is essential. This pine, in its natural habitat, grows on ...
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Got Pine? - Your 60-Second Guide to Naming your Pine
... pine (P.flexilis). Otherwise the cones are up to 3" long and purplish brown, and the bark is smooth white-gray, developing scales (but not furrowed like limber pine); you have a whitebark pine ... cones. Otherwise, if the branches are laden with many cones, closed and open, young and old, then you have a "closed" pine. The scales on its cones ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Pine
... orders over $100 Products for your pine tree TreeHelp Custom Care Kits for Pine Quality Pine Seeds for Bonsai or Ornamental Use TreeHelp Rope Saws Pine intro | types | insects and diseases There ... Scots pine and Austrian pine, have been introduced for commercial and ornamental purposes. Pines are evergreens with long, needle-shaped leaves. The female flowers of the tree are called cones. Depending ...
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