Tree Seeds

Growing trees from seed is certainly a rather unusual approach for gardening, especially when compared to a simple shopping trip at the nursery. Yet, although it may be a more protracted path to your own trees, for many species it is very worthwhile.



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Tree seeds can be stone fruit cores or pomaceous fruit seeds, and both often require special treatment in order to be capable of germinating, because they have a hard and waterproof shell. In addition, usually a cold stratification is necessary, as in their natural habitats tree seeds rest over the winter, before they germinate and sprout the next year.

Especially nut trees, all kinds of non-grafted fruit trees, shrubs and hedges are excellent candidates for growing from seeds.