Loblolly Pine Cones for a Rustic Touch, Medium Pine Cone are Perfect for Rustic Weddings
For a Beautiful, Medium sized cone, the Loblolly Pine Cone is a good choice for its versatility and lovely egg shape. Easy to work with for Crafts and a popular display cone for bowls or glass vase as a centerpiece. They are stunning in wreaths because of their size and the soft scales make them easy to work with. Turn your Home into an Outdoor Oasis with Woodsy Pine Cones for Rustic Decor in any Season.
Small pets love these cones. These natural pine cones are great for chewing, safe for teeth and they love the ridges and curves. A safe alternative toy for rabbits and small animals.
Color & Texture: Pale Brown, egg-shaped and soft in nature, the scale is tipped with a stout triangular sharp spine 3-4" cone
Condition: New Good Quality
Tree: Pine: Latin Name: Pinus taeda
Choose Cone Count: (10 cones)
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- Home Decor
- Floral Arrangements
- Great for arts and crafts
- Good for small animal chewing
- These cones make good small Birdfeeders
- Can be used for Firestarters
- Can be painted or scented.
- Holiday Decor and Christmas Wreaths
- Inexpensive, Nature Inspired Decorate for the Holiday Season
- Premium durability, easy to work with
- Tip: For some species, the cones remain tightly closed until exposed to very warm temperatures, if you place the cones in a warm room or microwave for 30 seconds- 1 minute they may open up and become fuller with a woodsy scent.
- We collect the seed by gently tumbling the cones and the Loblolly Pine cones are delivered naturally.
- Cones are naturally imperfect, beautifully crafted by nature, made in the USA.
- Keep out of hands of small children
- Natural from the forest, no chemicals or preservatives applied.
Did You Know?
The common name loblolly is given because the pine species is found mostly in lowlands and swampy areas of the Southern United States. Loblolly pine seeds were carried aboard the Apollo 14 flight. On its return, the seeds were planted in several locations in the US, including the grounds of the White House. As of 2016 a number of these Moon trees remain alive.