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Stone Pine

Beautiful, stately, evergreen trees, our Stone Pines make great ornamentals and bear abundant crops of richly flavorful and very nutritious nuts. A real taste treat, many people, from Russia to Korea and in Europe and Central Asia, gather and consume large amounts of nuts from these species.

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Italian Stone Pine

Italian Stone Pine

This attractive species is round and bushy when young and develops into a flat-topped, umbrella shaped tree when mature. Its glossy, chestnut brown cones contain abundant, richly flavorful nuts.
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Korean Stone Pine

Korean Stone Pine

A beautiful tree with whorls of dark-green needles, this very hardy Pine is an attractive and stately tree planted singly or in groups. Its large and tasty nuts are gathered in Korea and eastern Russia and are greatly prized for their rich flavor and nutritional value.
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Siberian Stone Pine

Siberian Stone Pine

A beautiful and stately tree, Siberian Stone Pine is one of the hardiest trees on our planet. In additions to it abundant crops of tasty nuts, Siberian Stone Pine is also prized for its attractive dark green foliage and dense, pyramidal shape. Its extremely slow growth rate makes it a good plant for small gardens.
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