Tree Seedling Care
Meet Tree Seedling
These Tree Seedling plants arrive in 4 inch pots but if planted under the proper conditions can grow to impressive heights over time.
Your Tree Seedling will need to be placed near a window where it will get plenty of sunlight.
Tree Seedlings like to have their soil kept moist but never soggy as this can kill the plant. We recommend watering your tree when the top of the soil feels dry to the touch.
Seedling Trees can handle most temperatures except below freezing. If your tree is near a cold window, make sure the temperatures do not drop to low, otherwise you may need to move your plant overnight to keep it warmer.
Common Problems Q&A
Why are my needles falling off?
This is a sign your plant is too dry. Try keeping your tree seedling away from heating ducts or heat sources. Make sure you are giving your plant enough water, Tree Seedlings like to have their soil kept moist but never soggy. We recommend watering your tree when the top of the soil feels dry to the touch. Try to maintain a consistent watering schedule to avoid dryness.
Why are my needles browning?
This may be a sign of overwatering. Be careful not to water your Tree Seedling too often as they are very susceptible to root rot. We recommend only watering your plant when the top of the soil feels dry to the touch.
How tall can a Tree Seedling grow?
If planted outside or in a large pot and given the proper growing conditions these plants can grow to extreme heights. They can grow for hundreds of years and grow up to 280 feet tall!