Pinus edulis, the Colorado pinyon, two-needle pinyon, or piñon pine, is a pine in
the pinyon .... The piñon pine (Pinus edulis) is the state tree of New Mexico.
New Mexico designated the pinyon, or nut pine (Pinus edulis) as the official state
tree in 1948.
The Pinon Tree is New Mexico's state tree. ... ingrained in the culture and biology
of New Mexico than the Piñon Pine (Pinus edulis).
When the New Mexico Federation of Women's Clubs was asked to select a state
tree, the pinyon, (Pinaceae Pinus edulis,) was their choice. It was adopted on ...
Sometimes called Mexican Nut Pine, it is native to both Arizona and New Mexico,
where the seeds are harvested and sold as nuts. Once a staple food of ...
New Mexico State Symbols, Songs, and Emblems ... Easy-to-read text covers
major New Mexico symbols such as the state flag, seal, bird, tree, flower, animal,
The nearest tree is miles away; these pines owe their existence to a cache of nuts
left ... New Mexico adopted the pinyon pine on March 16, 1949 as its state tree.
About Pinons. New Mexico's State tree, the pinon, produces one of the tastiest
nuts known as pinons or pine nuts. The New Mexico State tree was adopted on ...
New Mexico State Forestry Conservation Seedling Program ... to landowners to
plant for reforestation, erosion control, windbreaks, or Christmas tree plantations.
The Big Tree Program tracks the largest recorded trees found throughout our
state. New Mexico is one of the most ecologically diverse states in the nation, ...