Palm Tree Seeds
Palms trees are a family of seed plants. They bear fruits that contain the seeds. Usually each fruit contains a single seed, but some kinds contain two or more seeds.
There are many different kids of palm tree seeds. Often they are very small, but some are large like the coconut.
A palm tree seed is a propagative part of a palm. It plays important role in reproduction of palm trees. In wild the fruit breaks apart, and the seed or seeds get into mud and start growing. Naturally palm tree seeds can be dispersed by wind, water, birds and animals. In cultivations seeds are used to grow new palm trees.
You can plant a new palm from seed in your garden, if you live in the tropical, subtropical and warm climate region, or you can plant it inside your home, if you live in the north. You can purchase palm tree seeds from commercial dealers or you can collect them underneath existing palms (the green seeds on the plant are not ready yet).
The germination rate for palm trees are low. The germination of palm tree seeds is a very complex process, and for sowing it is very important to collect fresh and healthy seeds.
The website www.palmtreeseeds.net gives planting tips and describes palm tree seed planting techniques.
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