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EQ2

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Level: 74 ▲▲▲ Tier 8 Epic x4 Aggressive
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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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A seedling is a tree seed that has been planted in a filled plant pot. To plant the seed, use the seed on the pot while a trowel is in your inventory.

Seedlings grow into saplings approximately 5 minutes after being watered with a watering can. Both appear identical to filled plant pots, and the only way to visually determine whether or not a seedling has been watered is to attempt to water it again. Watered seedlings move to the first space available in inventory and show "...has been sown and watered in this pot" versus "...has been sown in this pot."

Planting a seed in a plant pot requires the appropriate Farming level required to plant the sapling in the relevant tree patch. You cannot assist a player to help them plant a seedling that is higher than their Farming level, although temporary skill boosts like a Garden pie do work.

Oddly, there is no Farming level requirement to water any seedling, but as seedlings are non-tradeable there is no real benefit to this except for a player who is trying to plant as many seedlings as possible while under the highest level gain of a temporary skill boost like a spicy stew. Keep in mind, however, that you will need two separate boosts: one to plant the seedling, and later one to plant the sapling.

Seedlings may be deposited into a bank and grow into saplings while stored. If unable to find a seedling that you have deposited, check Tab 1. Saplings revert to the top tab if that type of sapling isn't already present elsewhere in the bank, and stack in the bank although not in inventory.

Seedlings may refer to any of the following:

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Wood trees

Fruit trees

Quest-related fruit trees


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