Our focus is on palms and ornamentals for nurseries and trade. But we can source many (new) seeds worldwide. Seeds can be used to cultivate indoor plants in temperate zones and outdoor plants in (sub)tropical zones. Among the specialties of Tropical Seeds are the palm seeds of Mexico, south America and Madagascar.
Thanks to our experience and knowledge, Tropical Seeds has built up large networks in Asia, Central and South America. Direct contact with suppliers of seeds gives us a strong position both for high quality standards and prices. Our networks also provide us with up-to-date information about new seeds which offers our customers future business opportunities. Therefore we can year round supply of Chamaedorea elegans seeds, Dypsis (areca) lutescens seeds, Coffea arabica seeds, Strelitzia, Rhapis seeds and Beaucarnea
4 a 5 million seeds/kg. Min order quantity 25.000 seeds. Supply year round.
We are a wholesaler for the professional market.
Minimum quantities apply.
You can mail us your request at email@example.com
We also work with a current Stock list of the seeds which we have fresh or expect soon.
Please inform with your request :
After you accepted our offer we need:
We will send you an invoice for pre-payment and all other necessary documents for approval. After we have received your payment (by bank transfer only) we will ship your seeds with Track and Trace.
Plantum delivery terms apply to all our offers.
Please inform us your requirements.
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