Answer: As far as I know, all pines (Pinus species) will eventually produce cones. You might consider a slow-growing dwarf variety, that will take a long time to reach maturity, such as dwarf mugo pine (Pinus mugo pumilio), compact Austrian black pine (Pinus nigra 'Compacta', or swarf eastern white pine (Pinus strobus 'Nana').
Please note, however, that pine cones do provide food for wildlife.
If you don't have your heart set on a pine, you might consider other evergreens, such as small varieties of juniper (which produce small, fleshy, almost berry-like cones).
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