Query about a white seed-like stuff seen at the tip of my plant.


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Hi Gardening-forum members,

I am very new to his field :). Recently I bought a plant (pictures attached), I am not sure what's the plant's name. I brought it because of its similarity to Christmas tree. If someone could kindly let me know its name, it would be great.

Of late I am seeing a white-seed like stuff, (mostly small and almost round-shaped), at the tips of this plant. It looks similar to frankincense. I have attached the zoomed pic. Could someone let me know if this is due to a disease of the plant or its actually some kind of seed?

Thanks a lot in advance,
Melvin
Bangalore
India
 

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Don't know what type of pine it is, but the stuff at the tip of the branch looks like sap discharge. Pretty common on pines at a certain time of year.
 
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Hi Gardening-forum members,

I am very new to his field :). Recently I bought a plant (pictures attached), I am not sure what's the plant's name. I brought it because of its similarity to Christmas tree. If someone could kindly let me know its name, it would be great.

Of late I am seeing a white-seed like stuff, (mostly small and almost round-shaped), at the tips of this plant. It looks similar to frankincense. I have attached the zoomed pic. Could someone let me know if this is due to a disease of the plant or its actually some kind of seed?

Thanks a lot in advance,
Melvin
Bangalore
India
When you touch the white stuff, is it like a powder, a sticky substance or does it smear when rubbed between you fingers?
 

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