Plants at Edible Landscaping
Nuts - Pines
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Italian Stone Pine - Pinus pinea
Pine Italian Stone Pine in pot Italian Stone Pine has decorative pine cones and can give an abundant crop of pignolia nuts. The plants are sold as miniature Christmas trees and are ornamental outside. One of the few pines that grow well in alkaline soil. Space 20' circle. Zones 7-8. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$30.00

Lacebark Pine Nut - Pinus Bungeana
Pine Lacebark Lacebark pine is a slow-growing conifer with edible nuts and typically grows about one foot per year. Most ornamental feature is its exfoliating bark which peels, somewhat like a sycamore, to reveal an underlying patchwork of white, olive, light purple and silver. It is most often seen as a spreading multi-trunked tree, sometimes almost shrubby. Medium to dark green needles (2-4" long) are in bundles of three.Lacebark belongs to the Asian nut pine group and differs from most white pine species with three needles per cluster instead of five. Zone 4-8 Space 30' circle Image from Abrahami, Wikimedia Commons 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 2 inch pot grafted on white pine seedling (grafted)$20.00

Silveray Korean Stone Pine - Pinus koraiensis
Pine Korean Stone Silveray Korean Stone Pine can start producing cones/pine nuts when five feet tall. In ten years the tree should be eight feet tall and four feet wide. At 25 years height should be thirty feet tall and ten to fifteen feet wide. It takes two different Korean pines to produce nuts. Plant in full sun in zones 4-8. This five needle pine has silver,blue and green colored needles at the same time. Silveray has year round interest. A fairly compact "soft" foliage evergreen. Space 15' circle. 

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