Our Products

We have a wide range of seedlings, farm and landscaping solutions.

Tailor made solutions for your farm.

At emsea we offer a wide range of farm solutions. We stock a wide variety of seedlings, grass and farm equipment. Visit us at our farm for quotations, farming advice and much much more. Emsea prides itself in creating sustainable farming methods and also prioritizing profits for its farmers.

We have lots of different seeds and seedlings at our nursery.

We have several dedicated farms.

We have several walk in clients to our farm per day.

Households we have done landscaping for so far this year.

Featured Products

Casuarina Equesetifolia (Whistling Pine)

The Casuarina Equesetifolia commonly known as Whistling Pine or Whirling Pine is an amazing wind breaker. We recommend them for the windward side of your compound where they produce beautiful 'whistling sounds' when there is wind. They create unmatched ambiance when skillfully arranged around your compound. They are fast growers and can easily reach heights of 2 metres in just a year. Our seeds are sourced from the Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI) which give our seedlings an edge over the rest

Strawberry Seedlings

Strawberries are hybrid species of the genus of flowering plants in the Rose family Rosaceae. While there are many varieties of strawberries, the most widely grown types are the Garden Strawberries known as Fragaria Ananassa. We stock the Senga Sengana variety. The Senga Sengana strawberries are a variety that produce large size, red pulp and juicy fruits with strong aroma. They are one of the best varieties for processing or eating fresh. They are given preference for use as additives to yogurts and chocolates. With proper handling, they have long shelf lives.

Local Male Goats (Bucks)

Young male goats whose sire is half boer half gala buck. They were born and brought up at our Emsea Farm in Kerio Valley. These bucks are excellent for breeding.

Boer Goat Bucks

The largest of all goat breeds. Emsea Farm Boers

Eucalyptus Grandis (Blue Gum)

Eucalyptus Grandis commonly known as blue gum grow as straight and tall forest trees, reaching around 30 m (90 ft) tall. These trees grow very fast especially with plenty of water reaching maturity as early as 4 years. They could also be harvested from the 2nd year for use as poles for fencing or rafters for roofing. Common uses include power poles, fencing poles, rafters, timber for furniture, firewood and poles for buildings. These trees can grow in marshy areas with black cotton soil thus making them productive. Our seeds are sourced from the Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI) giving our seedlings an edge over the rest.

Callistemon Citrinus (Bottle Brush)

The Callistemon Citrinus commonly known as Bottle Brush are our favorite seedlings for live fences. They belong to the Myrtle family. They grow aggressively thus providing beautiful live fences which also act as wind breakers. They also reduce dust from nearby roads. Bottle brush trees are resilient and survive long dry periods Our seeds are sourced from the Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI) which give our seedlings an edge over the rest

Shade loving blue bamboo (Baby bamboo)

enerally, some of the most shade loving varieties of bamboo belong to the genera Fargesia and Borinda. Shorter, ground cover types of bamboo are also going to tolerate more shade, namely genera like Pleioblastus, Sasa and Sasaella.

Pinus Patula (Pinus)

Pinus (Pinus Patula) are fast growing coniferous trees that easily reach heights of up to 30m. Mature pine trees attain diameters of up to 1m. They are evergreen and highly resistant to prolonged dry periods. In Kenya, they are predominant forest trees whose main uses include production of timber and boards and manufacture of paper and pulp. They have also been used as wind breakers and as ornamentals in landscaping. They are a good source of firewood. Pines thrive in medium to high altitudes
We Love What We Do

How We Do Landscaping

1.Design Process

The several steps of the design process include: conducting a site inventory and analysis, determining your needs & creating functional diagrams.

2. Understand your site

A thorough inventory and analysis of the site is important to determine the environmental conditions for plant growth and the best use of the site.


3. Consider the Users.

The users are typically you, your family, the family pets, and visitors, and each have their own needs.

4. Use a Form and Style theme

There are many different landscape design themes- from simple to complex, but it is helpful to choose one to guide your plant and material selection.