Tree Seeds


Tree seeds to make your garden beautiful

If you love gardening, then you know doubt enjoy the process of growing your plants and trees from seeds. It’s a very rewarding process and lets you create the garden you’ve always wanted. When it comes to trees, they obviously grow a lot larger than normal plants, so you need to be a bit choosy with what you plant in your garden. Luckily, eBay has a massive range of tree seeds to choose from. With fast delivery, you’ll be germinating the next addition to your backyard in no time!

Looking for a certain genus?

eBay’s range of seeds is extremely diverse, with a huge amount of different tree seeds to choose from. In fact, you’ll find more on eBay than you will at most nurseries because those stores are often restricted to only selling seeds from particular suppliers. Whether you want trees, moss, plants & seedlings or something else, there’s a good chance you’ll find what you’re looking for on eBay. Some of the popular tree types you can buy seeds for include:

  • Acer
  • Ficus
  • Eucalyptus
  • Magnolia
  • Phoenix
  • Ulmus
  • Trachycarpus
  • Sabal
  • Fraxinus
  • Plus, many, many more

So, if you’re looking for something particular, always check eBay first. You’ll have the garden of your dreams in no time!

Why buy seeds instead of plants?

Well, it’s really down to your own personal circumstance. If you’re doing a landscaping job in your garden and you want instant results, buying grown trees is your only option. However, even then, they won’t be completely grown. You’ll usually buy them when they’re still quite young in their life cycle, so you can’t expect to just plant a completely ready-made garden.

On the other hand, many people just love the idea of growing their garden from scratch. The whole process of germinating a seed, putting it in a small planter, transferring into a bigger pot and finally getting in the garden is something that many people enjoy. There’s a sense of achievement that comes from growing your own plants from seeds, so if you’ve got a green thumb, seeds are definitely the way to go.