Douglas Fir Cones are a Unique Small Pine Cones with Loads of Character for Crafting
Bring nature in with these unique pine cones from the mighty Douglas Fir Tree. They are soft, small cones very easy to work with and make beautiful home decor in centerpieces or on mantels. The common name honors David Douglas, a Scottish botanist and collector who first reported the extraordinary nature and potential of the species, second-tallest conifer in the world (after coastal redwood ) these ancient giants can grow to over 85 metres (278 feet) tall. That’s more than 25 stories high!
The reason for the oddly hyphenated common name of Douglas-fir is that these evergreen trees actually aren’t fir trees at all. Their scientific name, Pseudotsuga menziesii, literally labels this tree species as a ‘false’ (pseudo) ‘fir’ (tsuga). Gotta love that Latin
Size: Small Cone: Cones are pendulous, 5–8 cm (2.0–3.1 in) long,2–3 cm (0.79–1.18 in) wide when closed, opening to a 4 cm (1.6 in) width.
Color: Produced in spring, green at first, maturing orange-brown in the autumn.
Condition: New Good Quality
Tree: Douglas Fir :Latin Name: Pseudotsuga menziesii
Choose Cone Count: (50 cones)
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- Home Decor
- Floral Arrangements
- Unique looking cones, they add some originality to wreaths.
- Ideal for a wide variety crafts uses. 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 or a short time in the oven or microwave.
- We collect the seed by gently tumbling the cones with the natural raw product, cones.
- Cones are naturally imperfect, beautifully crafted by nature, made in the USA.
- Keep out of hands of small children
- Natural from forest, no chemicals or preservatives applied.
- Discount Pricing: The more you purchase the less you pay/cone. Bulk cones when available .
Did You Know?
For littler critters, these trees – or more specifically, their seed-filled cones – are a vital food source.