Grow Pine Trees from Pine Cones?

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To grow pine trees from pine cones, start by gathering female pine cones and shake them strongly to remove the seeds. Store the seeds in airtight container and when January comes, fill some pots with potting soil and plant the corn seeds inside the soil while facing down the pointed side. Ensure that you water the seeds regularly for a successful growth.
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