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A pine is any conifer tree in the genus Pinus, /ˈpiːnuːs/, of the family Pinaceae . Pinus is the .... Some species have large seeds, called pine nuts, that are harvested and sold for c...

What are the seeds of Christmas or pine trees called - Answers.com

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Pine nuts.

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Nov 17, 2013 ... Harvesting and planting pine tree seeds. ... My favorite is the Radiata pine also called the monterey pine in the united states. They are very ...

tree seeds and other products - synonyms and related words ...

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Comprehensive list of synonyms for tree seeds and other products, by Macmillan Dictionary and ... noun. a light substance forming the bark (=outer covering) of a tree called the cork oak ... pine cone. noun. the brown hard fruit of a pine tree ...

Pine Tree Life Cycle (Gymnosperm) - Exploring Nature

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Pine trees are in a group of plants called Gymnosperms. This means "naked seed." That is because, unlike a flowering plant, the seeds of pine trees are not ...

What are Conifers? - Pine Trees - Quatr.us

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They're called conifers because they had pine cones, from the Latin words ... Thanks to their seeds, pine trees could grow in drier places than the older plants.

Pines, Cedars, Junipers and other Conifer Tree Seeds from around ...

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Pines, Cedars, Junipers and other Conifer Tree Seeds from around the World. ... Cones (3-6" long) mature to brown and contain large edible seeds (pine nuts to 3 /4" ..... It was originally called Picea glauca var. densata, but many experts now ...

Growing Conifers Trees From Seed - Organic Gardening - MOTHER ...

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The seeds of conifer trees are tucked inside cones. ... The trick to growing conifers (a group including pine, spruce, fir, and other narrow-leaved evergreens) ... This treatment, called "stratification," serves to break the dormancy of the embryos.

Common Pine Tree Features

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Common Pine Tree Features ... (A) Inner view of ovulate scale with seed. (B) Outer view of ... Pines have acicular-shaped leaves, commonly called needles.

Longleaf Pine Cones — The Longleaf Alliance

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To overcome the massive number of seed predators, about every seven years a profusion of cones are produced by longleaf pine trees (called a mast period).

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Pine Cones

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In common with other members of the class Gymnospermae, pine trees have no flower ... Hence these scales are also called ovuliferous scales or seed scales.

How to Grow a Pine Tree From Seed | eHow

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How to Grow a Pine Tree From Seed. You can grow your own pine trees using pine seeds, also called pine nuts, which you have harvested from cones.

3 Ways to Grow Pine Trees - wikiHow

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Growing pine trees from seeds can be a long, ... mimic ideal seasonal conditions is called stratification.