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Customer Spotlight, giant sequoia -

Today we're please to feature a successful grow from Robert in Quebec!  These fine Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) seeds Germinated into seedlings look like this       Looking great Robert! Giant Sequoia is one of our personal favourite trees to grow. It is a fast-growing evergreen with a lovely foliage. Recommended for amateur and expert growers alike. Once a tree with a vast range across North America, restricted now to valleys in central California. If you put in the time and effort to cultivate this tree from seed, you will not be disappointed with the size and majesty of...

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American persimmon seeds are now available. This deciduous hardwood fruit tree is an excellent choice for our southernmost customers living in Ontario's green belt. The persimmon prefers warmer climates than most, favoring areas where hardwood trees are predominant.  You can find them for sale here. We are expanding our selection of maple seeds as well. Rocky Mountain Maple or Douglas maple is now available. These trees are common to the western provinces like British Columbia and Alberta. A good choice for a tree that needs to survive mountainous areas. You can find them for sale here. As always, if you...

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BFCM-2021 -

We're pleased to announce the 2021 Vegi Seeds Super Sale! Click here to learn more.

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ginkgo, hickory, oak -

Nut tree seeds are now in stock!

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(Cryptomeria japonica) The Japanese red-cedar, known in Japanese as the sugi (杉) literally "hair-tree",  is a long-lived evergreen conifer that can grow very large over time. Hardy to zone 6, it can grow in mild seasonal climates in Canada. In its native Japan, it can reach over 70m in height with a trunk diameter of over 4m!  Japanese red cedar enjoys rich, moist soils with good drainage. In winter conditions some of the leaves are known to turn bronze, in summer the foliage is a deep green colour. The cones are globular, brown and 1-2cm wide and contain several dozen seeds. ...

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