Are prickly pine trees self-pollinated?

Answer The pinus pungens--or commonly called the table mountain pine, hickory pine, mountain pine or prickly pine--is a tree that does not need to rely on bees and insects to be pollinated. It uses the wi... Read More »

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Are prickly pine trees cross-pollinated?

All pine trees have both the male and female reproductive parts on a single tree. The pollen is released from the flowers in the spring. They are able to self pollinate and can also cross pollinate... Read More »

Is it possible to treat pine trees so that they don't produce so DARN many pine cones?

I KNOW I wont get best answer for this....but instead of introducing more and more harmful chemicals just to make your raking easier....why not just cut the thing down? Its going to be far less ha... Read More »

How do I debark pine trees infested with mountain pine beetles?

Debarking Pine Beetle-Infested TreesCut down the tree infested with pine beetles, leave it in its place and as soon as possible strip it of its bark. (Letting the tree dry out allows the sap to glu... Read More »

Name of Pine Trees That Produce Small Pine Cones?

Pine trees grow in forests throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Their cones, which come in a variety of shapes, colors and sizes, bear the seeds through which pine trees reproduce. Many pine trees p... Read More »