Weeping Eastern White Pine Pinus strobus 'Pendula'
Here is a mature female cone and can be spotted in the Medicinal Garden.
Gray Alder Alnus incana
I know, I know, the alder is not a conifer but just look at these beautiful catkins. On the left are the male catkins and on the right are the female catkins that eventually develop to look cone-like as pictured above.
Piñon Pine Pinus edulis
This is a Utah native whose cones produce seeds we call pine nuts. They are edible and enjoyed by wildlife and humans alike.
Golden Candle Oriental Spruce Picea orientalis 'Aureospicata'
Outside the Children's Garden you won't miss the tree that is covered by these cones.
Don Smith Red Pine Pinus resinosa 'Don Smith'
This cone from a dwarf pine in the Four Seasons Garden has opened and dropped it's seed.