Maple seed

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Maple seeds are an item used in the Farming skill to grow a maple tree, which gives maple logs when harvesting it with a hatchet. Growing a maple tree requires 45 farming.

To grow a maple tree, players must first plant a maple seed in a soil filled plant pot, water the seedling with a watering can, wait (at most) 5 minutes and the plant will grow into a Maple sapling.

After planting the sapling in a tree patch and waiting for it to fully grow, which takes 5 hours and 20 minutes, the plant will grow into a Maple tree. Planting the Maple sapling yields 45 exp, and checking the health gives you 3403. This comes to a total of 3448 experience per Maple tree.

When cut down, the tree will automatically regrow after a period of time. Alternatively, it can be dug up using a spade or by paying the gardener a small fee, yielding some maple roots in the process.

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1Maple Tree (stage 1).pngN/AN/A
2Maple Tree (stage 2).pngDiseased Maple (stage 2).pngDead Maple (stage 2).png
3Maple Tree (stage 3).pngDiseased Maple (stage 3).pngDead Maple (stage 3).png
4Maple Tree (stage 4).pngDiseased Maple (stage 4).pngDead Maple (stage 4).png
5Maple Tree (stage 5).pngDiseased Maple (stage 5).pngDead Maple (stage 5).png
6Maple Tree (stage 6).pngDiseased Maple (stage 6).pngDead Maple (stage 6).png
7Maple Tree (stage 7).pngDiseased Maple (stage 7).pngDead Maple (stage 7).png
8Maple Tree (stage 8).pngDiseased Maple (stage 8).pngDead Maple (stage 8).png
9Maple Tree (grown).pngN/AN/A

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