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ITALIAN STONE PINE Seed - Pinus pinea Tree Seeds - EDIBLE PINE NUTS - AKA Umbrella Pine - Zone 7 - 11

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0.25 LBS
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Stone Pine (Pinus pinea) - Cold Hardiness Zone 7 - 11 ~!!

Stone Pine (Pinus pinea) is also called Italian Stone Pine, Umbrella Pine (not to be confused with Japanese Umbrella pine, Sciadopitys verticillata), and Parasol Pine. It is in the pine familyPinaceae and occasionally listed under the invalid name Pinus sativa. The tree is native to the Mediterranean region. It occurs in Southern Europe, North Africa, and the Levant.

Stone pines have been used and cultivated for their edible pine nuts since prehistoric times. They are widespread in horticultural cultivation as ornamental trees, planted in gardens and parks around the world.

Pinus pinea has been cultivated extensively for at least 6,000 years for the edible pine nuts. These have been trade items since early historic times. It has been cultivated throughout the Mediterranean region for so long that it has naturalized, and is often considered native beyond its natural range.

Ornamental tree
In Italy, the Stone Pine has been an aesthetic landscape element since the Italian Renaissance garden period. In the 1700s, Pinus pinea began being introduced as an ornamental tree to other Mediterranean climateregions of the world, and is now often found in gardens and parks in South Africa, California, and Australia. It has naturalized beyond cities in South Africa to the extent that it is listed as an invasive species there. It is also planted in western Europe up to southern Scotland, and on the East Coast of the United States up to New Jersey.

Small specimens are used for Bonsai, and also grown in large pots and planters. The year-old seedlings are seasonally available as 20–30 centimetres (7.9–12 in) tall table-top Christmas trees.


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