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This article is about the seed that grows into a Spirit tree. For the seed that grows into Spirit weed, see Spirit weed seed.
A Spirit Tree grown with a Spirit tree seed.

A Spirit seed is a very rare seed that members can use to grow a spirit tree at level 83 Farming. Only one spirit tree may be planted at one time. Spirit tree seeds are untradeable.

Players can buy a spirit seed from Mrs. Winkin for 55,000 Vinesweeper points. Players who have completed Royal Trouble may occasionally receive a spirit seed from managing their kingdom (very rare). A player may receive spirit seeds from bird's nests. You may also get a spirit seed when you collect your reward from the Evil Tree (also very rare). They can also be received as a drop from vampires. You do not need to have the farming level to find a seed.

Players must first plant the seed in a plant pot containing soil, water it from a watering can, and then wait for the seedling to germinate. They must then plant the Spirit Sapling in one of the three spirit tree patches, which are located south of the castle on Etceteria, in north-east Port Sarim, and north-east Brimhaven

They look like green versions of magic tree seeds.

Note that spirit seeds can neither be sold nor bought from the Grand Exchange.


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Spirit trees are always looked after by gnome farmers for 5 Monkey nuts, 1 Monkey bar, and 1 Suqah Ground tooth.

The seed cannot be planted in a plantpot using the assist system. There is no possible way of being able to grow this tree using the assist system but a player is able to plant it using farming boosts such as a garden pie.






Stage Description Image
Healthy Spirit tree
1 The spirit tree sapling has only just been planted. It has not grown yet. Click for a larger image
2 The spirit tree has grown slightly, and sprouted a few more leaves. Click for a larger image
3 Some dark spots have appeared on the trees trunk, and the leaves have grown longer. Click for a larger image
4 The tree has grown larger in all respects, and has grown more leaves. Click for a larger image
5 The spirit tree base has widened showing some roots, and the leaves have morphed into a small canopy. Two small branches have appeared on either side of the trunk. Click for a larger image
6 The spirit tree has grown wider in girth, but is still the same height as before. The base is larger as well. Click for a larger image
7 The spirit tree has grown larger in all respects. The trunk is more warped towards the west, and the roots are more visible. Click for a larger image
8 The spirit tree is larger in all respects. The trunk has grown in a 'S' shape. Click for a larger image
9 The spirit tree has grown another knob on the trunk which will eventually represent it's nose. The tree is larger in all respects, and it's branches are growing out to the sides more. Click for a larger image
10 The spirit tree canopy shifts the angle it's inclining towards, and it's branches are almost parallel to the ground. The Nose is more defined, and the tree is slightly larger. Click for a larger image
11 The spirit tree branches are slightly angling towards the ground, and is slightly larger then before. Click for a larger image
12 The spirit tree canopy is smaller, the face is fully defined and the texture of the tree has changed dramatically. The Spirit tree is ready to be checked. Click for a larger image

References

  1. ^ Farming - Patches. RuneScape Game Guide. Jagex. Retrieved on 2008-10-08.
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