[NAFEX] Pine tree Nuts

loneroc loneroc at mwt.net
Thu Oct 28 22:21:33 EDT 2004

Pinus koraiensis is the answer to your prayer.  You can also grow Pinus
cembra, but my trees of such have only thrown blanks.

Steve Herje, Lone Rock, WI
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ray Kaminski" <rjkaminski at charter.net>
To: <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2004 8:54 PM
Subject: [NAFEX] Pine tree Nuts

>     Am looking for some help to find a source of Pine Tree Nut trees.  Had
> the chance to enjoy some nuts(imported) while on a visit to our family in
> California this summer. They were very tasty.
> Have started my son-in-law on vegetable gardening and 6 fruit trees, now
> would like to expand to raising a couple of pine nut trees.
>    The question I have as I live in Wisconsin, the shipping laws are
> different for each state,  what are the restrictions for California?
>    Where can you get nut trees that are for that zone?  Searching Google
> there are some in Canada but could not find any other places.  Seems like
> they are even grown in colder areas.
>   Has anyone grown those anywhere on the West Coast?
>    Would love to get him a couple for his upcoming birthday and let him
> start and as they have a couple of young children, it would be a chance
> all to watch and learn.
>    Any help would be greatly appreciated either on line or off
> line.                   Regards-Ray
> P.S.  Notice a lot of searching is done by the Nafex group, you might try
> http://clusty.com/ .  It groups a lot of info for you and beats Google in
> ease of finding items.
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