Pinecones – Great Firestarters for Winter

With winter just around the corner your home will start to feel colder. We have some dry excellent quality pinecones for sale. They have been collected last summer and the summer before and have been stored dry. Guaranteed.

While everything is getting more expensive, a bag of pinecones is still only $10, just like all the years before.

Please let us know if you want some and we can arrange for a time for you pick up your ready-packed bags.

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