Ponderosa pine (Pin ponderosa) is native to western Canada and the rocky mountains. Known for its scaly orange bark when fully mature and large pointed cones, it grows well in the interior region of British Columbia. It has long green needles in groups of three and produces large woody cones 8-12cm long with sharp pointed scales. It prefers a dry and sunny climate and generally does well on hillsides and slopes.
Germination: Soak in water and let sit for 24 hours, then cold stratify for 60 days. Plant 1-2cm deep in moist potting soil.
Packet contains at least 50 seeds.
Approximately 4.08g / 100 seeds