Edible pines

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  1. sancha

    sancha Junior Member

    Jul 4, 2006
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    Does anyone know where I could buy plants or seeds of Pinus cembroides (Mexican pinon) and Pinus edulis (Rocky mountain pinon)? I have five trees of Pinus pinea (the stone pine) growing and, while they've taken a few years to get established, they're now thriving in this dry, impoverished soil. I figured that I'd really like to grow some of their cousins alongside them and throw some olives and pistachios in as well....which leads me to my second question...does anyone know where I can get my hands on pistachio trees?

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