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Seed grow kit Giant Sequoia - Giant Redwood
Grow your own Giant Sequoia from a seed!
This growth kit contains everything you need to grow this special Giant Sequoia, also called Giant Redwood, from a seed to the largest tree on earth. The iconic California state trees the Coast Redwood (Coastal Sequioa Tree, Sequoia sempervirens) and Giant Redwood (Giant Sequoia / Sequoiadendron giganteum) are among the world's most fantastic living organisms and do well in a variety of locations and climatic zones including the UK.
Grow your own Giant Redwood!
About the Giant Sequoia
The Giant Sequoia is a beautiful evergreen and the biggest tree species by volume. The Giant Sequoia is known by multiple names such as Giant Redwood, Sierra Redwood and Sequoiadendron giganteum. In addition to being the biggest tree species, it is one of the oldest tree species. The oldest known Giant Sequoia is 3500 years old.
The Giant Sequoia is on the IUCN list of endangered tree species. So you also help with the continued existence of this species.
The average growth rate is 30 to 60 centimeters per year. The rapid growth starts 5 to 6 years after the Giant Sequoia seedling has been put in the ground in a good place.
About the Redwoodking seed grow kits, wih 100% germination guarantee
- This growth kit contains everything you need to grow this special Giant Sequoia from a seed to the largest tree in terms of volume on earth: seeds, growing medium, perlite, a mini greenhouse and detailed instructions.
- The detailed sowing instructions are in English for UK customers.
- If you encounter problems during the cultivation of your tree, please contact us immediately.
- 100% germination guarantee - if none of your seeds unexpectedly don't germinate, we will send you free replacement seeds for for only the shipping fee of 2.50 euros.
Fun, fascinating and educational - great for children, adults, amateurs and professionals! A universal symbol of life, new beginnings, future, past, vision and beauty.
A great gift whose value and beauty increases every year.