Please be sure to read our Plant Replacement Policy before purchasing live plants.
I know we keep raving about the Senegal neem seedlings, but they really are amazing! These saplings are at least 12 inches tall and we just planted the seeds in June. And we got such great germination that we need to clear out room in the greenhouse in case we have a cold winter.
They’re all root-bound so they’ll appreciate being transplanted into one- or three-gallon pot as soon as you get them. They’re not quite ready to put in the ground, even in tropical climates, but you’ll be amazed at how quickly a neem seedling grows once it’s out of a small pot.
GROWING TIPS: Soil should always be a premium potting mix — not topsoil or garden soil — without any “water managing” properties. Fertilizer should be balanced with the three numbers in big print somewhat equal. For instance, chemical fertilizers are usually available in a 20-20-20 formula. You may need to mix and match with organics, balancing fish emulsion with bone meal and kelp.’
Please contact us immediately if your plant arrives damaged in shipment. If your plant becomes sickly or fails to thrive, please let us know immediately. We’ll need photos and growing conditions to help you save your plant.
We replace living plants at our discretion within the first three months, once we are sure that you have properly cared for the plant following our directions. We do require that you pay shipping costs on the plant unless it arrives damaged and we can file a claim with the USPS for replacement.
General neem tree growing directions: https://neemtreefarms.com/growing-neem/
For neem in central Florida: https://neemtreefarms.com/neem-in-central-florida/
For neem in California and Arizona: https://neemtreefarms.com/neem-in-california-and-arizona/
Plant shipping policy is located here: https://neemtreefarms.com/plant-replacement-policy/