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The cone of a pine tree.
pine, pinecone - Pine, the tree, is from Latin pinus, from Indo-European pei-, "resin"; pinecones were originally called pineapples.
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Noun1.pinecone - the seed-producing cone of a pine treepinecone - the seed-producing cone of a pine tree
pine, pine tree, true pine - a coniferous tree
strobile, strobilus, cone - cone-shaped mass of ovule- or spore-bearing scales or bracts
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For hanging tree decorations, simply attach wire to berries and the base of the pinecones.
Make use of existing decorative jars Filling mason jars, vases, bell jars and glass bowls with pinecones, string lights, and other festive trinkets is a cost-effective way of creating a centrepiece for your shelf or dining table.
Get some pinecones or vine balls for your bird feeders.
You can create a hibernation hotel for ladybirds by collecting pinecones.
Layers of cedar and pine garlands laced with textural branches, berries, and pinecones surround the massive entryway of the lodge.
uk Biolite CampStove Burn biomass fuel like twigs, leaves and pinecones in this eco-friendly, multi-use stove.
String pinecones on twine, and hang a wreath of shed deer antlers to complete the scene.
Laden with snow |sprinkled pinecones, this traditional wreath from Homebase costs PS12.
The white birch bark sides are decorated with traditional holiday greenery; pinecones, holly, berries and candy cane stripe accents for a holiday-themed delight that looks as natural hanging from the tree as sitting on the table.
Natural greenery such as ivy and holly is good, or chillies for colour, pinecones or even lolly pops
The youngest pinecones, which take three years to mature and produce nuts, already show signs of illness due to invasive insects and lack of adequate rainfall over the past winter.
There are nearly thirty such projects where which use natural ingredients, from seeds and pinecones to old jars, twigs and other natural materials, in a range of decorative efforts from wreathes to ornaments and centerpieces.