Types of Pine Cones?

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There are several different pine trees that have pine cones. Some of these trees include: Douglas fir, Ponderosa pine, and white pine.
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ALL pine trees are cone-bearing -that's where the pine-nuts come from. AND that is WHY they are classified as. coniferous. (Coniferous means cone bearing.
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Types of Pines & Pine Cones
Pines are conifers, meaning they produce seeds in cones that are then released and dispersed by wind, birds, rodents and sometimes wildfires. There are more than 100 species of pine trees in the world with at least 35 cultivars native to North America.... More »
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