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Ponderosa Pine | Live Tree Seedling (Small) | The Jonsteen Company
Ponderosa Pine | Live Tree Seedling (Small) | The Jonsteen Company
The mighty Ponderosa Pine (Pinus ponderosa) is often regarded as North America's most important pine tree, dominating forests in every western state, and ranging into Canada and Mexico as well. Pinus ponderosa is known by many names throughout its vast range, including Western Yellow Pine, Blackjack Pine, Bull Pine, Heavy Pine, Longleaf Pine, and most commonly, Ponderosa Pine. In Montana, Ponderosa Pine is celebrated as the State Tree. This impressive, wide-ranging species tolerates an amazing diversity of climates, altitudes, and soils, and can live for centuries, growing to heights of over 300 feet, with soaring, column-like trunks more than 8 feet across. A slow grower in its first decade, Ponderosa Pine grows faster as it ages, ultimately acquiring a magnificent physique, characterized by muscular branches; burnished tufts of long, green-gold needles (5" - 13"); large, cinnamon-red cones; and a regal-looking, almost perfectly straight trunk, richly clad in great plates of bronze-colored bark. Ponderosa Pine tolerates heat and drought, and is extremely cold-hardy. It can be cultivated almost anywhere, and is a beautiful and statuesque tree at every stage of its life. About Jonsteen's Seedlings: All of our trees are seed-grown - without poison or pesticides - at our nursery on California's Redwood Coast, which is inspected monthly and licensed by the California Department of Agriculture. About Jonsteen's 100% Guarantee: All of our trees are guaranteed to arrive healthy and in good condition. If your tree perishes, we will replace it with a small-sized seedling for just the cost of shipping/handling ($4.60). We encourage all customers experiencing difficulties growing their trees to contact us through our toll-free "Tree Help Line" (1-888-387-3379).

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TreesAgain Ponderosa Pine Tree - Pinus ponderosa - 3 to 7+ inches (See State Restrictions)
TreesAgain Ponderosa Pine Tree - Pinus ponderosa - 3 to 7+ inches (See State Restrictions)
Healthy Ponderosa Pine Tree (Pinus ponderosa) seedling 3 - 7+ inches tall with soil/root plugs - not bare root. Thanks for looking! Please share this listing with your friends :)

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Ponderosa Pine | Tree Seed Grow Kit | The Jonsteen Company
Ponderosa Pine | Tree Seed Grow Kit | The Jonsteen Company
The mighty Ponderosa Pine (Pinus ponderosa) is often regarded as North America's most important pine tree, dominating forests in every western state, and ranging into Canada and Mexico as well. Pinus ponderosa is known by many names throughout its vast range, including Western Yellow Pine, Blackjack Pine, Bull Pine, Heavy Pine, Longleaf Pine, and most commonly, Ponderosa Pine. In Montana, Ponderosa Pine is celebrated as the State Tree. This impressive, wide-ranging species tolerates an amazing diversity of climates, altitudes, and soils, and can live for centuries, growing to heights of over 300 feet, with soaring, column-like trunks more than 8 feet across. A slow grower in its first decade, Ponderosa Pine grows faster as it ages, ultimately acquiring a magnificent physique, characterized by muscular branches; burnished tufts of long, green-gold needles (5" - 13"); large, cinnamon-red cones; and a regal-looking, almost perfectly straight trunk, richly clad in great plates of bronze-colored bark. Ponderosa Pine tolerates heat and drought, and is extremely cold-hardy. It can be cultivated almost anywhere, and is a beautiful and statuesque tree at every stage of its life. About Jonsteen's Grow Kits: Growing a tree from seed is a magical and fascinating experience for people of all ages. Our 100% guaranteed Grow Kits provide everything you need to germinate some of the world's largest and most interesting tree species from seed - seeds, growing medium, a mini-greenhouse, and detailed instructions, which lead you through the whole process, from cold-stratifying your seeds to germination and transplanting.

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1000 Ponderosa Pine Tree Seeds, Pinus Ponderosa - Oregon/washington/california
1000 Ponderosa Pine Tree Seeds, Pinus Ponderosa - Oregon/washington/california
One of the most popular Pine trees, the Ponderosa Pine provides more timber than any other American Pine Tree. The Ponderosa Pine can reach heights of 60 to 100 feet. A medium to fast growing tree, averaging heights of 75 feet in 40 to 50 years. Soil Type: Prefers a deep, moist, well-drained loam, sunny, open exposure; intolerant of shade. Zones: 3 to 6 Germination Range: 60-80% Stratification Requirement: 30-45 days cold moist stratification

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16 Premium 4 to 5 Inch Tall PineCones Grown On Ponderosa Pine Trees In Oregon Are Hand Selected From Forest Floor Ready For Your Indoor Outdoor Use
16 Premium 4 to 5 Inch Tall PineCones Grown On Ponderosa Pine Trees In Oregon Are Hand Selected From Forest Floor Ready For Your Indoor Outdoor Use
Authentic "HomeRV Pine Cones" are NEW all natural PRODUCT grown in Oregon on Pacific Ponderosa Pine Trees which are one of the two largest of over 100 species of Pine Trees in the USA * They only grow in limited areas west of the Rocky Mountains at elevations above 3,500 feet that receive over 20 inches annual rainfall * Each cone can take several years to mature before the female cone spreads it's seeds and the male cone spreads it's pollen and drop to the forest floor * Each unique cone is LIKE A SNOWFLAKE, NO TWO ARE THE SAME * FEMALE CONES are identified by sharper petal tips which Mother Nature designed to reduce squirrel gnawing and seed eating * From the forest floor a knowledgeable HomeRV PINE CONE EXPERT hand inspects the cones and only SELECTS THE BEST with the love and care of our customers in mind then takes them for packaging and delivery to customers * * THE CONES YOU RECEIVE ARE * * (1) Able to open and close their petals like a rose : * (2) Durable : * (3) Easy To Use Indoors Or Outdoors : * (4) Lightweight : * (5) Shatterproof : * (7) Usable at events and special occasions * CUSTOMER GUARANTEE: * YOU WILL RECEIVE Amazon Brand Registered PREMIUM QUALITY Pacific Ponderosa Pine Cones boxed with love of our customers in mind. * Each has different * Length * Height * Width * You will receive the size and minimum quantity ordered * If not as described we replace fast and free * * Purchase through UNAUTHORIZED SELLER not warranted by HomeRV Pine Cones *

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50 Ponderosa Pine Tree Seeds, Pinus Ponderosa - Oregon/washington/california
50 Ponderosa Pine Tree Seeds, Pinus Ponderosa - Oregon/washington/california
One of the most popular Pine trees, the Ponderosa Pine provides more timber than any other American Pine Tree. The Ponderosa Pine can reach heights of 60 to 100 feet. A medium to fast growing tree, averaging heights of 75 feet in 40 to 50 years. Soil Type: Prefers a deep, moist, well-drained loam, sunny, open exposure; intolerant of shade. Zones: 3 to 6 Germination Range: 60-80% Stratification Requirement: 30-45 days cold moist stratification

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15 Seeds Pinus ponderosa (Ponderosa Pine) Bonsai
15 Seeds Pinus ponderosa (Ponderosa Pine) Bonsai
So named because of its ponderous size, the Ponderosa Pine is the official state tree of Montana. Also known as the Western yellow pine, these trees average 100' to 160' in height and 2-4' in diameter. The rate of growth varies depending on the conditions. The Ponderosa Pine is an important source of timber and also happens to be an excellent tree for bonsai.

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Canon for Bears and Ponderosa Pines
Canon for Bears and Ponderosa Pines
"In this new and startling collection, Diane Frank’s poems transcend not just genres but entire dimensions. When she speaks to J.S. Bach, she really means it and when Bach speaks back, she listens — entirely — the way certain moths perceive sound via their whole body, even their wings. How is this accomplished? It will seem to come through the poems themselves — their music, tonal qualities and subjects, yet it goes even deeper as it pushes up like duende through the soles of your feet. The voice is declarative, emphatic, spirit driven. She will tell you, 'When a buffalo enters your dream, / listen for arpeggio hooves, / the weight of music, / a copper moon / above a vanishing prairie' and you will, you must listen." —Lois P. Jones, author of Night Ladder, Radio Host, KPFK’s Poets Café

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Ponderosa Pine - Pinus ponderosa Tree Seeds AKA BULL BLACKJACK WESTERN YELLOW PINE - Zones 3-7 - By MySeeds.Co (Ponderosa Pine x 1 Pack)
Ponderosa Pine - Pinus ponderosa Tree Seeds AKA BULL BLACKJACK WESTERN YELLOW PINE - Zones 3-7 - By MySeeds.Co (Ponderosa Pine x 1 Pack)
WE OFFER BOTH PKT. & BULK SIZES ~ ~ ~ .....Ponderosa Pine, Pinus ponderosa, Tree Seeds Pinus ponderosa, commonly known as the Ponderosa Pine, Bull Pine, Blackjack Pine, or Western Yellow Pine, is a widespread and variable pine native to western North America. It was first described by David Douglas in 1826, from eastern Washington near present-day Spokane. The ponderosa pine is the official state tree of the State of Montana Other Names: Ponderosa pine, Western Yellow Pine Zone: 3 to 7 Growth Rate: Moderate Plant Type: Needled evergreen conifer Family: Pinaceae Native Range: Western North America Height: 60 to 125 feet Spread: 25 to 30 feet Sun: Full sun Fall Color: Evergreen Drought Tolerance: Yes, once established. Water: Medium Maintenance: Low Site Requirements /Soil Tolerances: Grow in average, medium moisture, well-drained sandy to gravely loams in full sun. Prefers light, moist soils with good drainage. No tolerance for shade. Established trees tolerate dry soil conditions. Sowing Pinus ponderosa Seeds: Scarification, cold stratification, and moisture enhance germination. Scarify: Soak in water for 24 hours Stratify: Cold 60 days, 40 Degrees F Germination: Sow 1/4" Deep

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TreesAgain Ponderosa Pine Tree(s) - Pinus ponderosa - 4 to 7+ inches
TreesAgain Ponderosa Pine Tree(s) - Pinus ponderosa - 4 to 7+ inches
TreesAgain Ponderosa Pine Tree(s) - Pinus ponderosa - 4 to 7+ inches ...

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