THIS UNIQUE CREEK HOMESTEAD LISTING includes organically grown and harvested, naturally sun-dried EASTERN WHITE PINE CONES!
Pine cones are often used in wedding decorations, bowl and jar fillers, wreath making, Christmas Tree garland/decorations, crafting projects and more!
AVERAGE PINE CONE SIZE EACH: Approximately 3"-6" range on most you will receive though sizes may vary. If you need a certain size I can try to accommodate, just leave a note in the payment note area and I will do the best that I can, but NO PROMISES, so please purchase accordingly.
INTERESTING INFO ABOUT PINE CONES:
IMPORTANCE TO LIVESTOCK AND WILDLIFE : Eastern white pine provides food and habitat for numerous wildlife species. Songbirds and small mammals eat eastern white pine seeds. Snowshoe hares, white-tailed deer, and cottontails browse the foliage; the bark is eaten by various mammals
What is the spiritual meaning of a pine cone?
The Egyptian Staff of Osiris, dating back to approximately 1224 BC, depicts two intertwining serpents rising up to meet at a pinecone. ... In addition to spiritual consciousness and enlightenment, pinecones have also historically been used as symbols of everlasting or eternal life.
Wicca and Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic, Yronwode describes it as a as a spiritual cleanser. Pine needles (fresh) in a bath help offer clarity and remove mental negativity. Burning pine wood can be used to clear a new home of unwanted spirits. Unopened pine cones help bring in health and longevity.
Eastern White Pine Cones Organic Naturally Grown
INFO BELOW ABOUT EASTERN WHITE PINE TREES:
Pinus strobus L, eastern white pine, is the largest conifer of the eastern and upper Midwest forests, reaching 150 feet in height and up to 40 inches in diameter. ... Its evergreen needles are in clusters of 5, soft, flexible, 2 1/2 to 5 inches long, and bluish-green in appearance.
Pinus strobus, commonly denominated the eastern white pine, northern white pine, white pine, Weymouth pine, and soft pine is a large pine native to eastern North America.
How long does an eastern white pine live? 450 years old
It has been recorded that the white eastern pine can live to 450 years old, but usually lives to be 200 years old. The tree grows to 80-110 feet tall and has a spread of 20-40 feet wide. It prefers well drained soils and a cool humid climate.
Do pine trees like sun or shade?
A pine tree needs lots of sunlight to grow, so young seedlings is rarely found growing deep within the forest. Instead, pines tend to colonize fire sites and disturbed areas, where they can absorb the sun's rays. Some species such as white pine can grow in partial sun, but most pines are classified as shade intolerant.
Where is the best place to plant a pine tree?
To make pine tree care a snap later on, begin by choosing a good site and planting the tree properly. In fact, once established in a good location, it needs almost no care at all. Make sure the tree will have plenty of sunlight as it grows. It also needs moist, rich soil that drains freely.
What is the best food for pine trees? Fertilizing Pines
According to University of Minnesota, pine trees should be given a complete fertilizer with nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. The nitrogen content should be slightly higher than phosphorus and potassium levels; 10-8-6 is generally recommended for pine trees and shrubs.
Benefits & Uses: The inner bark, resin, needles and roots all have specific health purposes. The Iroquois and Micmac tribes used it as a panacea, finding its inner bark and resins to be a healing wonder for coughs, bronchitis, laryngitis and chest congestion.
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