Houseplant seeds

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Grow your own beautiful plants with our wide range of houseplant seeds! We atApartmentflowersWe help you have an exciting selection of houseplant seeds online. Many of the houseplants featured in this article are known to have health benefits such as filtering the air in your home! We suggest you plant our tropical seeds today and start your houseplant growing adventure!

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coffee seeds

coffee seeds

Arabica coffee, the first species of the coffee plant, is the most dominant species, accounting for 60% of global production. Native to southwestern Ethiopia, these tropical plants produce white flowers and berries after planting exotic seeds. These berries contain rare seeds that become coffee beans used in brewing coffee. Coffee plants are easy to grow.

When to Sow Arabica Coffee Seeds

Sow indoors year-round, ensuring the Coffee Plant is in a warm location for germination, which can take 2-6 months, with some success in just three weeks.

How to Grow Arabica Coffee

To start germination, place seeds in a bowl with warm water for 3 days, changing the water daily. Drain and remove the outer skin to reveal green seeds. Fill a seed tray with a mix of compost and vermiculite or horticultural sand, place one seed in each cell 1.5cm deep, and lightly cover with compost. Cover the tray with a clear plastic zip-lock bag to create a greenhouse-like atmosphere. Place in a warm, bright spot without direct sunlight. Keep the soil moist but not saturated until the seeds germinate. Germination time can be 2-6 months. Once each seedling is large enough, transplant them to individual pots and water well. Keep the pots in indirect sunlight and keep the compost moist but not soaked. Be patient for the harvest, as coffee plants begin to bear fruits when they are 3-4 years old.

fig seeds

fig seeds

The Weeping Fig, an ornamental plant native to Asia and Australia, is gaining popularity as an air-purifying house plant. Its narrow, glossy green leaves make it easy to grow, making it suitable for tall indoor trees or bushy indoor plants.

When to Sow Weeping Fig Seeds

Sow indoors year-round, and germinate for 2-5 weeks, although results have been seen to be quicker.

How to Grow a Weeping Fig

To grow a Weeping Fig, fill a seed tray or pot with a mix of compost and vermiculite or horticultural sand, moistening the soil but not soaking it. Place two seeds per cell or pot, covering them with a clear plastic zip-lock bag to create a humid atmosphere. Place the tray in a warm, sunny spot with indirect sunlight during the germination process, keeping the soil moist but not saturated. Water through the bottom and loosen the plastic if water starts dripping on it. The seeds should germinate in 2-5 weeks, and remove the plastic covering when they are ready. Once well-established, transplant the seeds to individual 8cm pots, keeping the soil moist and watering less in winter. Choose a bright spot with indirect sunlight, as Ficus Benjamina are sensitive to cold drafts and radiators. Fertilize the fig tree monthly during spring and summer and every two months during autumn and winter, and prune to achieve the desired shape. It is normal for the Weeping Fig to shed leaves as light and temperature levels change, maximizing energy efficiency.

Cacti Seeds

Cacti Seeds

Eucalyptus seeds

Eucalyptus seeds

Rainbow Gum Eucalyptus, also known as Eucalyptus Deglupta or Mindanao Gum, is an evergreen tree native to the Philippines, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea. Its multi-colored bark, which sheds, exposes new green bark underneath, which changes colors as it ages. Ideal for patios or conservatories.

When to Sow Rainbow Gum Eucalyptus Seeds

Sow indoors year-round, with germination taking 1-3 weeks, although results have been seen to be quicker.

How to Grow Rainbow Gum Eucalyptus

To grow Rainbow Gum Eucalyptus, fill a seed tray or pot with a mix of 50/50 compost and vermiculite or horticultural sand, moistening the soil but not soaking it. Place two seeds per cell or pot, covering the tray with a clear plastic zip-lock bag to create a greenhouse-like atmosphere. Place the container in a warm, light spot, not exposed to direct sunlight. Keep the soil moist but not soaked during germination, using a spray mister. Germination usually starts within 10-12 days but can last up to 3 weeks. Remove the plastic zip-lock bag 5 days after seedlings appear. Water them daily. Thin seedlings and pot them into a larger pot for at least a few years. Liquid feed the Eucalyptus every two weeks from April to September with a potassium-rich fertilizer. These plants are from a rainforest environment and should be bought inside before the first frost and placed back outside after the last frost. Plant the seeds in a pot large enough to prevent root disturbance, as Eucalyptus plants hate root disturbance.

cycas palm seeds

cycas palm seeds

Sago palms are a popular choice for mild regions to add visual interest to home landscapes and indoor potted plant enthusiasts. These easy-to-grow cycads continue to gain popularity, and if you have one flowering or know someone who does, you can use the seeds to try growing a new plant. Here are tips on preparing sago palm seeds for planting.

Growing Sago Palm from Seed

Sago palms can be grown online or at garden centers, but they require both male and female plants for viable seed germination. To grow sago palm seeds, growers need gloves and a shallow starting tray or pot. Remove outer husks from the seeds, soaking them in water beforehand. Arrange the seeds horizontally in the tray, cover them with a sandy-based seed starting mix, and place the tray in a warm indoor location not below 70 degrees F. (21 C.) for at least three to four months. After several months, growers may see their first signs of growth in the tray. Allow the seedlings to grow in the tray for at least three to four more months before attempting to transplant them into larger pots. Seed germination may take several months, so growers should be prepared to wait patiently.

Zamia cycas seeds

Zamia cycas seeds

Zamia variegata, a naturally variegated cycad found in humid forests of Belize, grows a subterranean caudex and can reach up to 3 meters in height. It is easy to grow in various climates, preferring shade or sun. To maintain cold hardiness, keep it in a well-draining medium and provide heat and water in summer. It can survive very light frosts in Zone 10a. Five fresh seeds are available for this species.

violet seed

violet seed

Violets are a delightful addition to woodland gardens or pots around the house, with their purple flowers used to make jellies, syrup, and vinegars, and their leaves for soothing salves or lip balm. To grow violets from seed, you need fresh violet seeds, growing medium, tray, flats, or pots, and an undisturbed spot. Strictly Medicinal carries Viola odorata, the classic scented sweet violet native to Europe. Fox Farm’s Ocean Forest Potting Soil is used for most winter seed starts. Trays, flats, or pots can be used for winter sowing or 6 pack trays enclosed in freezer bags for refrigerator sowing. For winter sowing, choose an outdoor spot that won’t be trampled, and ensure the seeds are not jostled or dropped on the floor. Cold stratification is a technique used to mimic the natural experience of seeds left out in nature over winter.

Camellia flower seeds

Camellia flower seeds

Camellia seeds are easy to grow but should not be allowed to dry out. After harvest, seeds are stratified for at least 2 months to promote long-term viability and uniform germination. This process involves replicating winter or ‘cold season’ conditions, which can improve seed performance. Starting seeds in the post-stratification’spring’ increases success rates and ensures earlier and more consistent seedlings. To grow, prepare a seed tray or small pot with well-draining soil, aged pine bark, perlite, and the lowest recommended rate of slow-release fertilizer.

Indoor seeds should be planted in a small pot or tray with well-draining soil, such as a mixture of aged pine bark and perlite. The seeds should be planted about 1/2 inch deep and kept moist but not wet. The ideal temperature range for germination is 40°F to 75°F, with higher temperatures promoting faster emergence. A bright window is recommended, and the pot should be placed in partial shade or filtered light if outdoors. Transplanting occurs after the plants form a few leaves.

Seedlings in pots should be watered when the soil begins to dry out, depending on atmospheric humidity and temperature. Light fertilization in spring and early summer encourages growth. It is possible to have seedlings bloom in 2 years, but usually takes 4-5 years. Small seedlings can be overwintered the following winter by sinking the pot into the soil in milder areas or keeping them in a cool, bright location indoors.

Outdoors, seeds can be planted in the shade, in a weed-free seedbed, and allowed to germinate as they are ready. Protecting seeds from animals with a screen may be necessary, as they send a root straight down, making them hardy. To maintain their health, keep weeds from competing too much and provide some water during dry periods. Transplanting the seeds the following winter is possible.

Conclusion

This time, in this article from “Apartmentflowers”, we introduced you to houseplant seeds that you can easily grow at home. We hope it was your favorite. Follow our articles.

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