Wilson Portrait
I can hear a tiny tree inside it, trying to get out.


Willow Portrait
Hey there, tree seed.


Wolfgang Portrait
I could crush this tree-seed with my hands!


Wendy Portrait
A tiny life, ensconced in brittle death.


WX-78 Portrait


Wickerbottom Portrait
Conifer seeds encased in a mature strobilus.


Woodie Portrait
I should grow it and then chop it down!


Waxwell Portrait
A more outdoorsy type might be able to make something of this.


Wigfrid Portrait
This baby tree is well prötected by spiky armör.


Webber Portrait
It's bursting with life.


Walani Portrait
It's a tree baby.


Warly Portrait


Woodlegs Portrait
Th'seed o'th'tree.


Winona Portrait
That's a pine cone.


Pine Cones can be planted to grow into Evergreen trees. It takes from 7.5 to 10 game hours for them to grow from saplings into small trees. They can also be used as a low-level fuel item. Planted saplings will not appear on the Map until they have progressed into the small tree stage.

Pine Cones can't be planted on Checkerboard Floorings, Wooden Floorings, Cobblestones, Carpeted Floorings, Rocky Turfs and Cave Rock Turfs, unless it has been planted before these turfs were placed.

When chopping down trees, it should be noted that chopping down a Large Evergreen will provide two Pine Cones, a Medium Evergreen will provide one, and a Small Evergreen will provide none.

Planting Pine Cones can calm and put to sleep nearby Treeguards, whether or not they are aggressive. The chance of this happening is a maximum of 33% when planted near the Treeguard, with a lower chance when planted farther away. The Treeguard will groan in acknowledgement when a Pine Cone is planted within range, even if it has already been pacified.

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In Don't Starve Together, Pine Cones restore 5 Sanity when planted while playing as Woodie.

During the Winter's Feast event, Pine Cones can be planted in the Festive Tree Planter to create a Winter's Feast Tree. Like regular Evergreens, they take four stages to grow, however, once they are fully grown, they will stop their life cycle.

Placeholder TriviaEdit

  • In older versions of the game, when the player planted a cone, the plant first sprouted as a small tree, rather than a new sapling.

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