Best tree plants & seeds according to redditors

We found 55 Reddit comments discussing the best tree plants & seeds. We ranked the 36 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Tree Plants & Seeds:

u/-BusterScruggs- · 39 pointsr/marijuanaenthusiasts

After looking all over the Internet these were the only legit seeds I could find.

u/saucebucket · 11 pointsr/gardening

Reminds me of these "rare blue maple" seeds I stumbled upon on Amazon. There is no such thing as a blue maple.

u/YourRealMom · 5 pointsr/SavageGarden

Is it one of these or something similar?

If so, it is potentially getting too much sun. While in tissue culture, almost all of the plants needs are being met by the gel, so they are grown under dim light in warm conditions. Suddenly moving it into the sun can cause the temp to rise rapidly in the little bottle and cause some tissue damage.


In the long term, you are going to have to transfer it to a normal growing media, either peat and sand/perlite or long fiber sphagnum. Since it's been in sterile culture media, it will need a lengthy 'hardening off' period, where the humidity is slowly lowered and the light levels are slowly raised. This will give the plant time to adjust its transpiration rates, grow roots, and become acclimated to normal soil microbia.

u/Vinz_Cl0rtho · 5 pointsr/pics

You don't have to guess...$5.99, plus shipping on Amazon.

u/Artful_Dodger_42 · 4 pointsr/bestoflegaladvice

What do pictures do for you?

Maybe I should get my title changed to "Tree Law Pornographer".

u/blaaaaaargh · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/Loganshaw9 · 2 pointsr/Coffee

you have to use ripe cherries to plant from seeds so you will not be able to do this yet you will need to find coffee plants

this is where you can get one that is already started

u/MarG_est · 2 pointsr/houseplants

Let me know if this works for you. Hopefully it will come back.

u/BoringNormalGuy · 2 pointsr/gardening

How big should it's first Pot be?? I'd like to join him in growing one of these; Amazon sells them

Am I going for a tree sized Pot right away?? Or is it better to root bind it?

u/loopscadoop · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Between this and the praying mantis eggs I'm gonna have an interesting summer. Now I just need to get the mini redwood tree on my wishlist and I'll be set!

u/97fa9b5ecc14300597 · 2 pointsr/gardening

I tried to germinate unroasted coffee beans a handful of times before just giving in and buying a few small plants on Amazon.

I've had them about a year now and they're still doing well.

u/InevBetrayal · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You can get this case or maybe this one to protect your phone!

The aerator is a nifty gadget will work wonders for your wine, and finally for a board game night the Resistance!

And i nearly forgot! Get some different bonsai seeds as well!

Oh Canada!

u/cocayyx3 · 1 pointr/houseplants

There's a listing on Amazon for $50ish, but I can't confirm/deny how reputable the seller is, though there are good reviews.

u/BilbosBigHairyFeet · 1 pointr/whatsthisplant

A Hoya I suspect. H. obovata has similar shaped leaves I believe but gets white speckles on them like this one ,

which yours doesn't seem to have, so I'm not sure

u/antidentitescum · 1 pointr/whatsthisplant

Hard to say but my best guess would be loquat, although you may have to wait until it’s larger.

For comparison:

u/flcons4medmj · 1 pointr/SpaceBuckets

These will work and are intended for grafting etc. Once the plant is healed or as it grows it falls off.

u/frugalplayground · 1 pointr/Gifts

Get your dad the nice wallet, and fill it with gift cards and/or cash and a picture of yourself and your sister! It's fun to open more presents, so a few small thoughtful gifts in addition would be great. I'd probably just go to the store and go by how the wallet feels in picking one out?

Your sister sounds like the hardest one to buy a gift for. Maybe she'd like an acer chromebook
Or a coffee bean plant

I'd suggest going in together with your sister on the gifts for your parents if possible. So it seems like it's not a competition to get them the better gift and your parents will be proud of you guys that you are able to get them something so nice.

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u/Robstelly · 1 pointr/learnvietnamese

Where are you? We're currently in Germany and my gf brought them here from Lào Cai. I could ask her where she got them from if you're in the north. However I guess you could just try asking in a Facebook group, for expats in Hanoi I know there's WTG Hanoi. However if you're Vietnamese there would be larger and better groups. They have it at folk medicine stores, so you can look for that.

If you're a Việt Kiều gave me some results using the alternative term from the wikipedia. With this looking correct. Again, Vietnamese medicine stores abroad might have it in stock.

Hope that helps!

u/SimulacrumPants · 1 pointr/gardening

You can get baobabs, ghost peppers, stevia, tobacco, and coffee from Amazon.

You can also go to /r/seedswap/ to see what people have there.

u/Jacuna1 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Wait, I wanna change my answer. I think this thing is awesome. It's slightly over $10.00 (including shipping. I think $10.70 all together)
It's like a maintenance free venus fly trap If you don't want it to count then say the word and I'll go back to my Pyramid Rubik's Cube.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Japanese Pagoda Tree seeds!

Garfield loves lasagna but neither of my cats seem very interested in it. ;)

u/bkr4f · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You can trust me I have a living dwarf on my wishlist. Because a dead one would be creepy. I'll use it to bring winter to the world.

u/kiraella · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

more bonsai trees!

Happy Birthday!

u/Eternalviscera · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

yup yup here's one on amazon

They're like the perfect size.

u/melikehockee · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I want to learn something new- how to grow a [bonsai] ( !

I love my outdoor garden, but it's time for a lesson in patience.

u/spinnereate · 1 pointr/marijuanaenthusiasts

Good point, here is a sapling.