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Firest Naturals: Pine Cones

Forest Naturals: Pine Cone Products

Scented Pine Cones | Finished Cones

Winter Woods Inc. offers many species of bulk or packaged pine cones. Winter Woods can also finish raw pine cones to suit various needs. For example, pine cones can be painted, picked, sparkled, frosted, or wired.

The pine cone photos below are arranged roughly in order of increasing size. Click here to request a wholesale Forest Naturals catalog of pine cones and finish options, or call 1-800-541-4511. To view examples of specialty treatment for pine cones, click Finish Options.

  Austrica Pine (Pinus Nigra Arnold)

Austrica Pine (Pinus Nigra Arnold): Cones measure from 2 1/2 to 3 inches long.

Black Spruce (Picea Mariana, Miller Britton)

Black Spruce (Picea Mariana, Miller Britton): Also known as Bog Spruce, Swamp Spruce or Shortleaf Black Spruce. Cones measure 1 to 1 1/2 inches long.

Blue Spruce (Picea Pungens): Also known as Colorado Spruce or Colorado Blue Spruce. Cones measure from 2 to 3 1/2 inches long.

Digger Pine (Pinus Sabiniana, Douglas): Also known as the Pineapple Pine or Grey Pine. This cone is characterized not only by its appearance resembling the pineapple but by its hard, spiky sharp scales. Cones measuring from 6 to 10 inches long.

Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga Taxifolie, Britton)

Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga Taxifolie, Britton): Also known as Douglas Spruce, Douglas Yew or Oregon Pine. Cones measure from 2 to 3 inches.

Eastern Hemlock (Tsuga Canadensis)

Eastern Hemlock (Tsuga Canadensis): Also known as Canada Hemlock or Hemlock Spruce. Cones measure from 3/4 to 1 inch long.

Eastern White Pine (Pinus Stobus, Linnaeus): Cones take two years to mature and can measure from 4 to 8 inches long.

Jack Pine (Pinus Banksiana, Lambert)

Jack Pine (Pinus Banksiana, Lambert): Our most versatile pine cone. Cones measure from 1 1/2 to 2 inches long.

Jeffrey Pine (Pinus Feffreyi, Greville and Balfour)

Jeffrey Pine (Pinus Feffreyi, Greville and Balfour): Primarily the Jeffrey Pine is known as Bull or Black Pine. The Jeffrey Pine is more magnificent in size than it's associate Ponderosa Pine, which it so closely resembles. The cones also resemble an old fashioned bee hive and vary in size from 5 to 15 inches long.

 

Ponderosa Pine (Pinus Ponderosa, Douglas): The great Ponderosa Pine trees were known as Western Yellow Pine until the early 1960s. The Ponderosa Pine cone is known for its spike-like picks on the scales and the two triangular seeds under each scale. The cones vary in size from 2 1/2 to 6 inches long.

Loblolly Pine (Pinus Taida, Linnaeus)

Loblolly Pine (Pinus Taida, Linnaeus): Cones are egg-shaped and soft in nature. Each cone scale is tipped with a stout triangular spine. Cones measure from 3 1/2 to 4 inches.

Longleaf Pine (Pinus Palustris, Miller): Also known as Georgia Pine, Longstraw Pine or Southern Yellow Pine. Cones measure from 6 to 8 inches long.

Norway Spruce (Picea Excelsa, Link)

Norway Spruce (Picea Excelsa, Link): Also known as the Common Spruce of Europe and is widely planted in the United States. Cones measure from 4 to 5 inches.

Red Pine (Pinus Resinosa, Aiton): Also known as the Norway Pine. Cones measure from 2 to 2 1/2 inches long.

Sand Pine (Pinus Rigida Miller)

Sand Pine (Pinus Rigida Miller): Known as Pitch Pine - as in the name indicates, these cones are rich in pitch or resin. Cones measure from 2 to 3 1/2 inches long.

Scotch Pine (Pinus Sylvestris, Linneaus): Cones measure from 1 to 1 1/2 inches long.

Slash Pine (Pinus Elliottii, Englem)

Slash Pine (Pinus Elliottii, Englem): Tree heights can vary from 80 to 150 feet tall with trunk diameters of two to three feet wide. Cones measure from 4 to 5 inches long.

Sugar Pine (Pinus Lambertiana, Douglas)

Sugar Pine (Pinus Lambertiana, Douglas): The Sugar Pine is the tallest of all the pines, producing the largest of pine cones as well. Primarily grown in southwestern Oregon, along the western slopes of the Sierra Nevadas and coastal ranges of California, at elevations of 1,000 to 9,000 feet above sea level. Before maturing, the cones become dark purple-brown and stand erect, giving rise to the nave "Purple-Colored" Sugar Pine. By August of the second or third year, the cones are ready to harvest at 11 to 18 inches long.

Tamarack (Lariz Laricina, DuRoi Koch)

Tamarack (Lariz Laricina, DuRoi Koch): Also known as American Larch, Eastern Larch, Black Larch, Hackmatack or Alaska Larch. Cones Measure from 1/2 to 3/4 inch long.

White Spruce (Picea Glauca, Monch Voss)

White Spruce (Picea Glauca, Monch Voss): Also known as Cat Spruce, Canadian Spruce or Skunk Spruce. Cones measure from 1 to 2 inches long.

Winter Woods Inc. P.O. Box 111, Glidden, WI 54527 | (800) 541-4511 | 715-264-4892 | FAX: 715-264-4893 | wwoods@centurytel.net

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