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Grape Gas Station – Well Grown Seeds

Так что я сделал много очистки в обрезки в my палатке и провел много времени близко с виноградной заправкой только, чтобы обнаружить, что это мужчина. Я думал о спасении пыльцы, потому что у меня есть отдельная палатка, в которую я мог бы положить этого парня в одиночку, но это просто не то, что я когда-либо делал, и не то, что я готов посвятить время. Время идти, чтобы все остальные могли процветать в the big палатке

Gorilla Cookies Auto

Super Silver Haze

Wedding Cheesecake Auto

Стало бы, как, но это грустно.
Я хочу даже такого сильного самца, и я бы собирал пыльцу, вы можете держать ее в морозилке легко, никогда не делал этого сам, но получил несколько бобов от RealGorillaSeeds для этой цели, они сказали, что это будет сильные самцы, сохраняя это для летних приключений. Но ты сделал свой разум, жить и учиться..
На YouTube есть видео, как узнать мужчину/женщину от размера, формы и полоски семян.
Жду, чтобы проверить это, когда я посажу те, которые не феминизированные семена..

@btcywtsitw, спасибо, но я quess, мы все хотим остаться incognito здесь;)
У меня уже было пару девушек, которые я хотел бы иметь как материнское растение, но я не grow на таком уровне и по крайней мере пару месяцев в год я нахожусь, поэтому для меня пыльца будет единственным решением, как попытаться безопасно девочек генетику, ее важно насколько сильный и хороший мужчина, может быть, поэтому я почувствовал вашу боль и добавил немного my печали;)
Вы можете купить пыльцу за 100 фунтов или около того, но чтобы сделать себя его всегда лучше, иначе мы не будем расти..
Я хочу мужской поездки, имел только грыжи от утечки света и одну плохую партию семян, так что, как я сказал, я получил подарок для мужской охоты и я буду использовать эти бобы этим летом.
Удачи в вашем grow, надеюсь, что его первый и последний нежелательный мужчина в вашем саду!

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Well grown seeds

A great joy is eating something you have grown in your own garden. I am delighted to share with all gardeners and chefs, beginner to expert, an exclusive P. Allen Smith Home Grown Seed Collection. I have selected some of my favorites that I grow in my garden, from ‘Red Robin’ tomatoes to Broccolini® baby broccoli. These varieties are known for their bountiful harvest and great taste, something that would delight all gardeners from their garden to their table.

A return to the vegetable garden is a welcomed trend which is good for the well-being of ourselves, families, and communities. It may not be possible to grow an entire garden, but growing just a few things makes a difference.

Available through these mail-order seed sources:

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Beet ‘Merlin’

Merlin is our sweetest beet, noted for its exceptional flavor. It offers uniform, round-shaped, deep burgundy-red roots with very little interior zoning. Erect, glossy, dark green tops also display high eating quality. Sweet in a shaved beet salad.

• Super sweet! Very high sugar content (12-15% brix)
• Long storage ability


• 25-35 days to maturity to baby leaf stage from direct seed
• 85-90 days to full root maturity from direct seed

Beet ‘Touchstone Gold’

Touchstone Gold offers a root with a vibrant orange-red exterior and rich gold interior color. Combined with its striking green leaf and gold petiole contrast and sweet, mild flavor, this beet is sure to catch your eye on the dinner plate. Very sweet, with a milder taste compared to red beets. Beautiful in a mixed beet salad!

• Good choice when a milder beet is needed
• Striking green leaf and gold petiole contrast


• 85-90 days to full root maturity from direct seed

Baby Broccoli ‘Aspabroc’ (Broccolini®)

Branded as Broccolini® in the produce section of your grocery store and on restaurant menus, ‘Aspabroc’ resembles a broccoli raab with an asparagus stem, and offers a mild taste. ‘Aspabroc’ is easy to grow and requires little space. Watch to find out more! Pinch out the primary head when plants are about 12 inches tall. Plants will set 3–5 side shoots shortly thereafter and continue for about four weeks in mild weather. Harvest regularly to encourage more growth. ‘Aspabroc’ is the true Broccolini®! Perfect as a spicy side dish.

• Shoots hold and freeze well
• Early spring or fall crop

• 75 days to maturity from direct seed
• 50 – 60 days to maturity from transplant
• 20 – 24 inches tall

Broccolini® is a registered trademark of Mann Packing Company, Inc.

Broccoli ‘Green Magic’

This summer to fall type broccoli is in the mid–early maturity class and has a wide adaptability. ‘Green Magic’ has a semi–domed, tight head with medium to small bead size and a good plant habit. (US Patent 5,945,582)

• Broccoli has been found to have more cancer–fighting compounds than other members of the cabbage family. It is rich in glucosinolates which, once ingested, break down into these healthful cancer fighters: indoles, sulforaphane and isothiocyanates. Broccoli also provides high amounts of Vitamin C, folate and beta carotene and significant amounts of protein, calcium, iron, potassium and fiber.


• 90 days to maturity from direct seed
• 75 days to maturity from transplant
• 24 – 36 inches tall

Cabbage ‘Stonehead’

‘Stonehead’ is an early, medium–headed variety with tip burn tolerance. It has a compact plant with gray–green head color. ‘Stonehead’ is also an AAS Award Winner.

• When harvesting select solid, heavy cabbages with dense heads for storage.
• Compact plant type
• Flavor and texture are excellent


• 60 days to maturity from direct seed
• 45 days to maturity from transplant

Collard ‘Bulldog’

‘Bulldog’ has a high yield potential. This variety boasts very good uniformity. and an upright plant habit. The leaves are slightly savoyed with an excellent dark green color. Harvest the entire plant, or cut individual leaves for fast regrowth and a longer harvest window. Try this bacony ‘Bulldog’ collards with cabbage recipe.

• High Bolt Tolerance, early and very uniform
• Appearance in between Vates and Georgia
• Vigorous, rapid regrowth


• 71 days to maturity from direct seed
• 30 inches tall

Cucumber ‘Slice More’

‘Slice More’ is a high quality slicing cucumber, with uniform, 8.5 inch fruits. Dark green, smooth skin protects a crisp flesh with a very small seed cavity. Plants are easy to grow and withstand varied conditions. The heavy yielding vines produce early and continue well into the season.

• Very good yields
• Excellent shape and color
• Very disease resistant!


• 62 days to maturity from direct seed

Eggplant ‘Shikou’

‘Shikou’ is a long Asian–type eggplant with dark, glossy fruit that measure 6–8 inches long by 1–1.5 inches wide, have a purple calyx (or stem), very few seeds, thin tender skin, and very a white interior. Plants are very attractive, medium sized and productive, semi–spineless and mature about 70–80 days from transplant. ‘Shikou’ is a Japanese word meaning supreme. Fruit are easy to prepare – just slice and saute or stir–fry, no peeling or salting required.

• Beautiful Asian type
• Semi–spineless
• Highly refined fruit quality
• Eggplant foliage and flowers are highly ornamental


• 85 – 95 days to maturity from direct seed
• 70 –80 days to maturity from transplant

Lettuce ‘Vulcan’

‘Vulcan’ has slightly frilly leaves that are a brilliant burgundy–red color on the top and tips of the leaves, fading to a bright, light green inner color. Vigorous plants are uniform and hold well in the garden. An ideal choice as a companion to ornamentals in cool season containers. (US PVP 8900099)

• Intense red color
• Good holding coupled with weight and vigorous growth

Mustard ‘Deep Purple’

‘Deep Purple’ is a perfect variety for adding color to the flower bed and for its nutritional value! It has smooth, deep purple leaves that make any salad pop. In addition, ‘Deep Purple’ has a spicy mustard taste that adds flavor to salads and baby leaf mixes.

• Deep purple leaf color
• Nice oval leaf shape
• Spicy flavor

Mustard ‘Miz America’

‘Miz America’ is a hybrid with exceptionally uniform leaf color, shape and size. Miz America maintains deep dark red color on both sides of the leaf even at a mature stage. An upright plant habit makes for easy harvesting.

•Deep dark red leaves
•Uniform color, shape and size
•Maintains color even at mature stage
•Mild taste – not bitter or spicy

Okra ‘Jambalaya’

‘Jambalaya’ okra is an extra–early maturing variety that boasts a very compact plant with small leaves. It offers high yields of very uniform, shiny, dark green pods. An ideal choice for home gardens.

• Pods mature quickly after bloom– watch closely and harvest often for the best quality
• Dark green pods


• 65 days to maturity from direct seed
• 50 days to maturity from transplant

Pepper ‘Arapaho’

This large–fruited and very attractive cayenne pepper produces high yields of early–maturing fruit on a compact plant. ‘Arapaho’ can be harvested ten days to two weeks earlier than the standard varieties on the market. Flavorful fruits are sweet with great cayenne flavor and a nice bite of heat. Harvest green or allow to mature to bright red. For fresh eating or drying.

• Early yield of very large fruits


• 80 days to maturity from direct seed
• 65 days to maturity from transplant

Pepper (Hot) ‘Jalafuego’

‘Jalafuego’ is the hottest jalapeño on the market. ‘Jalafuego’ is a large vigorous plant with excellent yields of extra–large, smooth and very dark green fruit. The fruit has extra length that makes this new jalapeño perfect for growing conditions that may cause fruit to shorten. ‘Jalafuego’ is very disease resistant!

• Our hottest pepper
• Excellent fruit length
• Very disease resistant!


• 85 days to maturity from direct seed
• 70 days to maturity from transplant

Pepper (Sweet) ‘Grenada’

This Cubanelle type boasts large to extra–large, smooth, thin–walled fruit that are perfect for frying, grilling or stuffing. Mild, flavorful fruits are born on vigorous strong plants and measure 3 ?® inches long and 1 ?® inches at the shoulder. They can be harvested green or left to mature to glossy red.

• Quality large to extra–large fruits
• Very disease resistant!


• 95 days to maturity from direct seed
• 80 days to maturity from transplant

Pepper (Sweet) ‘Right On Red’

‘Right on Red’ is very early maturing yet sets continuous high yields. Peppers hang like ornaments on top of full, 18–24 inch plants. Fruits are flattened and round, with flutes around the stem end, and have thick walls. The plants are suitable for garden or container growing and the harvests are well suited for stuffing or pickling. Perfect for Stuffed Hungarian Cheese Peppers.


• 80 days to maturity from direct seed
• 65 days to maturity from transplant

Pepper (Sweet) ‘Orange You Sweet’

Orange You Sweet is very early maturing, has a mid to strong plant vigor, with continuous setting ability. The fruit are flat round in shape and smooth with mid thick walls and mature from dark green to deep orange. This variety is well suited for stuffing and pickling. Perfect for Stuffed Hungarian Cheese Peppers.


• Indoor/Outdoor
• Great companion to Right On Red and Yes To Yellow

Pepper (Sweet) ‘Yes to Yellow!’

Yes to Yellow! is very early maturing and has mid to strong plant vigor with continuous setting ability. The fruit are flat round in shape, smooth, have thick walls, and mature from dark green to deep yellow. Yes to Yellow! is well suited for stuffing and pickling. Perfect for Stuffed Hungarian Cheese Peppers.


• Indoor/Outdoor
• Great companion to Right On Red and Orange You Sweet

Pepper (Sweet) ‘Majestic Red’

‘Majestic Red’ sets a new standard for home garden bell peppers. The huge, smooth fruit mature to a bright red, have a thick wall, and crunchy texture. Fruit are blocky, firm, and heavy for their size and set quickly to ensure a good yield. The early maturing plants are medium to large, have good cover, and are widely adapted to most regions of the US. The plants have good disease resistance.

• Beautiful high quality sweet bell with extra–large, candy apple red fruit
• The large fruits mature early and offer high yield
• Very disease resistant!


• 90 days to maturity from direct seed
• 75–85 days to maturity from transplant

Pepper ‘Takara’

Takara is a typical Shishito pepper with a small fruit and a mild but rich flavor. The compact plant has a spreading habit, short internodes, is well branched and has high production potential. The fruit uniformity is superior to OP strains. The peduncle holds well to the fruit.

• Early and prolific
• Compact habit with extended harvest potential
• Hybrid with ‘classic’ Shishito shape, size, and quality


• 60 days to maturity from direct seed

Pumpkin ‘Toad’

This small, semi–hard shell variety is early maturing, yields a high number of tear–drop–shaped fruit on bush–type plants and has nice embedded handles. The bright orange color and multiple bumps and warts truly give ‘Toad’ unique character. Perfect for holiday decorating!

• Bush plant type
• Tear–drop shape, bright orange color
• Nice embedded handle


• 85 days to maturity from direct seed
• 4 – 5 inch diameter fruit

Pumpkin ‘Hijinks’

This AAS award-winning pumpkin has a very blocky shape with nice square shoulders and medium-deep ribbing. Fruits average 7 – 9 lb. and have a nice long, dark green handle, making this variety great for kids and for fall decorating. The consistency of the fruit shape and size makes this variety a good all-around pumpkin.

• AAS Award Winner
• Indeterminate


• 95 – 100 days to maturity from direct seed

Spinach ‘Imperial Green’

A mid–season Asian spinach that is ideal for the home garden. The plant habit is very erect, with long stems and very dark green leaves. ‘Imperial Green’ shows better bolt tolerance and mildew resistance than similar varieties. A top choice for using in fresh salads, either alone or mixed with other greens.

• Asian–leaf type
• Shows good bolt tolerance
• Very disease resistant!


• 25 – 30 days to baby leaf from direct seed
• 35 – 40 days to maturity from direct seed

Zucchini Squash ‘Endeavor’

Endeavor is a vigorous-growing variety that yields large, small-spined fruit that are medium dark green and glossy. Plant has a nice open habit. This variety is suitable for many growing areas.
• Vigorous, open, easy to harvest plants
• Early and steady yields

Zucchini Squash ‘Z’Oro’

The blocky, cylindrical fruits of ‘Z’Oro’ are extremely straight, with no bulbing and very little curving. Uniformly-colored, medium-yellow fruits have a small blossom scar and are very beautiful. ‘Z’Oro’ is a prolific yielder with rare greening at the spine or blossom end.

Spaqhetti Squash ‘Tivoli’

This AAS-winning hybrid is the first bush-plant Spaghetti squash. Tivoli has a small bush habit that offers high yield potential per plant. Fruits are large and oval in shape, measuring 6 x 9.5″, with creamy flesh that is very easy to shred with a fork after roasting. Like other bush-habit winter squash varieties, it will produce short vines after initial fruit set.

•Unique, space-saving bush plant habit


•95 – 100 days to maturity from transplant

Swiss Chard ‘Peppermint’

‘Peppermint’ is the only chard with two–toned stems. Highly ornamental plants boast pure white petioles with vibrant pink streaks topped by dark green, glossy leaves. ‘Peppermint’ matures in 58–63 days from seeding and shows very high resistance to bolting. It is a great choice for specialty produce or mixed with ornamentals and performs well across multiple seasons.

• Beautiful white petiole with pink strips
• Dark green, glossy leaves


• 35 – 40 days to baby leaf from direct seed
• 58 – 63 days to maturity from direct seed

Tomato ‘Bellini’

Bellini is an early maturing, uniquely large-fruited, light orange cocktail tomato with great flavor. Indeterminate plants product clusters of 8 – 12 smooth, deep oblate shaped, 1.5 ounce fruit with a rich, low acid flavor and good sweetness. Matures in about 65 days from transplant.

• Widely adapted and easy to grow
• Unique orange color and size, with great flavor


• 65 days to maturity from transplant

Tomato ‘Red Pride’

This short–stake determinate tomato is a consistent performer and is ideal for the Eastern U.S.. It produces good flavored, large, deep oblate fruit with a good blossom end and strong red color. ‘Red Pride’ has a relatively late maturity on strong, vigorous plants with good foliar disease resistance.

• Strong plants with late maturity
• Very disease resistant!


• Determinate
• 78 days to maturity from transplant

Tomato ‘Charger’

‘Charger’ offers mid–early maturity of extra–large, richly colored, deep red fruits with good flavor. A high–yielding slicer type, it produces deep oblate–shaped fruits with smooth shoulders in about 70–72 days. Plants are medium to tall and benefit from light to no pruning. Shows wide adaptability and good disease resistance.

• Early maturity of extra–large fruits with good flavor
• Widely adaptable
• Very disease resistant!

• Determinate
• 72 days to maturity from transplant

Tomato (Grape) ‘Sweet Hearts’

‘Sweet Hearts’ offers elongated oval fruits with a brilliant red color, excellent flavor and texture and good shelf life after harvesting. Vigorous, indeterminate plants produce early (about 60 days), impressive yields with continuous sets and full clusters of excellent quality fruit that resists cracking. ‘Sweet Hearts’ offers a great disease package. Try a Sweet Hearts Tomato Salad.

• Excellent flavor, crack resistance and after–harvest shelf life
• Very disease resistant!


• Indeterminate
• 60 days to maturity from transplant

Tomato (Cherry) ‘Sweet Treats’

‘Sweet Treats’ is a unique, large-fruited cherry tomato. Fruits are globe–shaped, have a beautiful deep pink tone, smooth texture, and an excellent rich flavor. Fruits weigh around .75 to 1 ounce and show good crack resistance. Vigorous, indeterminate plants have very good disease resistance and produce high yields of fruits that mature in about 65 days.

• Unique, large, pink fruits with excellent flavor
• Quality choice for all markets
• Very disease resistant


• Indeterminate
• 65 – 67 days to maturity from transplant

Tomato (Cherry) ‘Red Robin’

A must–have ornamental edible for every home garden! Very compact, well–branching plants provide good cover to exceptionally high yields of bright red, 1 inch oval, excellent–tasting cherry tomatoes. Suitable to plant in hanging baskets and mixed patio pots. Matures in about 55 days.

• Compact plant suitable for patio pots and hanging baskets
• High yields of excellent tasting fruits


• Dwarf determinate
• 55 days to maturity from transplant

Tomato ‘Rosy Finch’

A member of the new Little Birdy Series! A must have, OP, ornamental edible for every home garden and container plant program. Very compact, well-branching plants provide good cover to exceptionally high yields. The deep rosy-pink, 1-inch round, excellent tasting cherry tomatoes mature super early (about 55 days from transplant).

Suitable for sales in 4-6 inch pots or in hanging baskets and mixed patio pots. For a colorful variety offering, include 3 plants per pot or basket, 1 each of the series: ‘Red Robin’, ‘Rosy Finch’, and ‘Yellow Canary’. Or mix all three colors in a seed packet for the ideal small space garden planting.

• Part of the Little Birdy Series with ‘Red Robin’ and ‘Yellow Canary’
• Compact plant suitable for patio pots and hanging baskets
• Early, high yields of excellent tasting fruit

Carrot ‘Fuerte’

This carrot is known for its nice uniform shape with strong tops. Fuerte offers high yields as well as blunt tip with some shoulder. The tops are tall and medium green in color. Roots are cylindrical in shape and medium orange in color. Fuerte is an excellent Nantes variety that compares favorably to other Nantes types.

• Nantes type
• Uniform shape with strong tops, as well as blunt tip with some shoulder
• Offers high yields

Melon ‘Lilliput’

‘Lilliput’ is a unique personal–sized, miniature melon. It offers very high sugars and fragrance that combine for a wonderful flavor. The firm, dark orange flesh is maximized by a small, closed center cavity. The exterior begins light green then turns to a yellow–tan color as it ripens. The stem then slips when fully mature. A must–have choice for the home garden.

• Personal sized cantaloupe with very high flavors
• Very disease resistant!
• Cut halves are perfect to use as a bowl for fruit or ice cream


• 75 days to maturity from direct seed
• Fruits are 3 1/2 – 5 inches diameter

Winter Squash ‘Little Dipper’

‘Little Dipper’ is a small, traditional–shaped butternut squash that is easy to grow and cook. ‘Little Dipper’ weighs in at about 2 pounds per fruit, the right size for a small family dinner or batch of soup. Fruit are smooth and have a buff exterior and bright orange interior. The interior is nutty and dense with a small seed cavity. Plants are vigorous with long, productive vines. Try this easy recipe using the Little Dipper.

• Very Productive
• Lots of 2 pound fruit
• Large, full–season plant


• 100– 110 days to maturity from direct seed

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Where to Buy Marijuana Seeds in Colorado?

What are the laws around buying marijuana seeds and growing marijuana in Colorado?

With countless people indulging in legal weed in Colorado, many wonder what the laws are that govern buying cannabis seeds and starting their own marijuana grow and where to buy cannabis seeds?

Residents of Colorado are welcome to grow weed at home, as long as they follow the laws around cultivation. With the passage of Amendment 64, Colorado recreational dispensaries can legally sell cannabis seeds to adults over 21 of age. Residents can buy those seeds legally grow up to 6 plants, 3 of which can be mature at a time (a mature plant is defined as a flowering plant). Colorado law also requires that the plants be grown in an enclosed, locked space that is not “open” or “public”.

If you’ve ever wanted to try growing your own marijuana, this is a great time to visit you’re The Spot 420 dispensary to buy some cannabis seeds!

The Rules of Buying Marijuana Seeds at a 420 Dispensary

Like buying any other product from dispensaries, buying seeds comes with its own set of rules. As with buying weed itself, you need to be 21 years of age or older to buy seeds at a Colorado recreational dispensary. You’ll need valid government-issued ID. You’re also not allowed to give or sell seeds to minors.

While anyone from around the world can come to Colorado to buy cannabis seeds from a 420 dispensary, there are a lot of rules governing who can grow weed and where. Read on!

Possession of cannabis, including seeds, is mostly illegal in the United States. It is still illegal federally. If you live in Colorado, you’re fine to grow weed under the cultivation limits. If you’re from somewhere where it’s still illegal to possess and/or grow cannabis, you shouldn’t buy seeds and take them out of Colorado – if it’s still against the law where you are, you could face harsh penalties.

Where to Buy Marijuana Seeds?

In Colorado, you have to pay for seeds at 420 dispensaries and pick up your products in person. Seeds can’t be mailed, so shop local at the Spot 420 Pueblo dispensary and Trinidad dispensary!

Choosing Your Cannabis Seeds

As many smokers know, there are different strains of cannabis, and thus seed, for every desired trait and every type of person. There are countless strains of marijuana out there, and The Spot 420 dispensaries stock a wide variety of products for you to try growing. How you know which marijuana strain to choose?

In most cases, it’s a matter of personal preference. Most people should choose between indicas or sativas (or grow both!) to start.

The Difference Between Growing Indica and Sativa

Sativas will grow quickly. They’ll get quite tall in the course of the season. With this type of plant, you’re looking at an energetic, “up” high.

Indicas are shorter and denser. They mature faster than sativas once they start flowering. People generally call the stone from these plants more of a body buzz.

Of course, there are hybrid seeds, which have individual characteristics depending on the percentage of indicas and sativas in each plant. When you make your seed selection at a 420 dispensary, think about the type of growth and maturation you want in your plant, and the type of high you’re looking for.

Generally, to get the most bang for your buck, look for seeds of plant strains that are proven to have large yields and a high THC content. Buying cheap seeds isn’t worth it, most of the time. You’re likely to end up with plants that fail to grow into anything worthwhile. When you consider how much weed you can get out of a single plant, it makes sense to invest in high-quality seeds, which should turn into high-quality bud!

How to Know You’re Getting High-Quality Marijuana Seeds

The next questions after where to buy Cannabis seeds should naturally be how to know you’re getting high quality marijuana seeds?A good Colorado dispensary, like The Spot 420 will stock and sell high-quality cannabis seeds. If you want to double-check the quality of the product you are getting, there are a few things to look for when you are seed shopping.

The genetics of a seed are the most important aspect of quality. Seeds should come from plants with desirable traits, and predictable behavior. Buy seeds from breeders who care about their product, and will take the time to breed plants properly to get the best quality seeds possible.

You can find out how seeds are harvested and stored. Seeds should be fully matured before they are harvested for sale. They need to be stored in dark, cool places, and used within 16 months, or frozen for future use. If not, you’ll end up with seeds that have been spoiled by mold and other nasty developments, so be sure to ask if you aren’t sure of how the seeds were kept.

Once you buy them, use them right away, or store them appropriately in the meantime.

If you have additional questions about where to buy cannabis seeds, call or come in to The Spot 420 dispensaries to chat with our knowledgeable staff.

What are the laws around buying marijuana seeds and growing marijuana in Colorado? With countless…

Everything you need to know about: cannabis seeds in Colorado

They do it their own way in Colorado, so it’s not surprising that the prohibition of cannabis in this refreshingly rugged state would eventually come to an end.

However, if you’re a weed lover who is lucky enough to call this admirably free-spirited corner of America home, or even if you’re considering a move to the state, there are a few key questions you’re going to need to clarify before buying cannabis seeds online. So keep on reading and find out all you need to know about: cannabis seeds in Colorado.

Is it legal to buy marijuana seeds in Colorado?

In a word, yes. Having been formally legalized in 2012, Colorado’s licensed marijuana trade got off the ground fully in 2014. Since then it has matured into an industry worth in excess of a billion dollars annually, with dispensaries, growing operations, in fact every type of cannabis-based business you can think of popping up all across the state.

That said, as you would expect there are conditions to bear in mind. You can’t smoke weed in public for one thing, and once you grow your plants and harvest all that sweet, sweet bud you’ll need to keep your stash in a sealed container when traveling by car. But all told it’s the ideal scenario for the discerning weed lover.

Is it legal to grow weed in Colorado?

Again yes, but with conditions. If you want to embark on any marijuana-focussed business in Colorado you’re going to need to file a Marijuana Business License Application with the Colorado State Licensing Authority.

This carries a fee of $4,000, and which specific forms you’ll need to complete will depend on the particular type of cannabis-related business venture you intend to set up. You’ll also need to be over 21 with no criminal convictions, and a resident of Colorado for at least two years.

How many marijuana plants can you grow in Colorado?

Once you have obtained your growers’ license, you’ll be able to cultivate up to 13,800 plants, which should be enough for pretty much anyone. However, annual license renewal fees are charged on a sliding scale depending on how many plants you have in your operation, ranging from $1,100 to $5,300 a year. It’s also legal to grow weed at home for personal consumption, however domestic growers are limited to six plants.

Additional Requirements

You are not allowed to grow outdoors in Colorado. Not even when your cultivation is out of sight or fenced. In addition, your cultivation must be in an enclosed space, out of sight of the public road and not accessible to persons under the age of 21.

Can you buy marijuana seeds in Colorado?

Once again, yes you can. Most weed dispensaries will also sell cannabis seeds, although which particular strains they stock will depend on local demand, and the personal preferences and business model of the proprietor.

How do you buy marijuana seeds in Colorado?

As you would expect your main two options are to buy in person at a dispensary, or to simply order you cannabis seeds online. However, some local dispensaries may offer a delivery service although this will be limited to the varieties that they keep in store.

What are the best strains of cannabis to grow in Colorado?

With such a perfect climate for growing weed, pretty much any variety will do well in Colorado. However, if you’re growing for personal use and want to get the absolute most out of your permitted six plants, these are our recommendations for cannabis strains which will thrive in Colorado’s verdant yet sometimes rather arid climate:

1. Durban Poison

Equally popular among beginners and the more established weed growing crowd alike on account of its fulsome flavor and satisfying high, Durban Poison can be grown with relative ease. The flavor has delicious pine notes, and plants can grow up to as much as 2.5 meters in height.

Having its origins in 1970s South Africa, Durban Poison was first developed by the legendary cannabis innovator Mr Ed ‘The Guru of Ganja’ Rosenthal. Setting out to develop a cannabis strain which would flourish even in cold climates, Rosenthal succeeded in creating an enduring plant that remains an acknowledged classic the world over.

With flowering times as fast as just 7 weeks it is possible to cultivate multiple crops per season, and outdoor growers can expect yields of up to 700 grams per m2. If you’re thinking of growing indoors you can achieve around 400 to 500 grams per m2, although you will need to utilize SCROG (Screen of Green) techniques to keep the size of your plants in check.

2. White Widow

A fixture in the High Times top 25 list of all-time classic weed strains and winner of multiple awards, White Widow is prized for its plump buds, impressive potency, and impeccable genetics. In fact, since it was developed in the Netherlands back in the 90s as a cross breed between Landrace Sativa from Brazil an already legendary Indica hybrid mother plant, White Widow has grown to become one of the most popular varieties of cannabis in the World.

An ideal choice for indoor growers, White Widow plants will grow to a respectable 1 meter in height if kept inside, and outdoor grown plants can reach up to twice that at 2 meters. Expect your pants to flower in around 9 to 10 weeks, although it might be possible to harvest your crop after 8 weeks if cultivated carefully.

With potential yields of between 550 and 650 grams per plant, White Widow is especially suited to Colorado-based home-growers looking to get the most out of their permitted six plants. It’s pretty potent too, delivering a euphoric high which will fill you with energy if smoked in moderation, so home-growers could find that a single six plant harvest is enough to last them a whole year.

3. Granddaddy Purple

Originating in the achingly hip Bay Area of California, this appealingly purple-colored strain has so much going for it. Created when a team of maverick cannabis breeders (is there any other kind?) decided to experiment with crossing the powerful Big Bud strain with the more fragrant Purple Uncle, Grandaddy Purple is equally happy whether planted indoors or outside.

Nothing if not robust, Granddaddy Purple has high resistance to fungal growth and other undesirable plant diseases. As such it makes the ideal choice for novice growers, although it is also popular with experienced weed producers who appreciate not having to spend too much time monitoring and tending to their crop.

You can expect your indoor plants to reach heights of around 60cm to 1 meter. Outdoor plants will be taller, comfortably reaching around 1.8 meters. Typical yields for indoor plants are up to 400 grams per m2, with each indoor plant producing to to 450 grams. Flowering times range from 8 to 11 weeks, although with a sweet flavor evoking berries and citrus fruits, and a calming, powerful high, it’ll certainly be worth the wait.

4. Girl Scout Cookies

Equally at home indoors or outdoors, the Girl Scout Cookies cannabis strain was created when some Californian marijuana enthusiasts crossbred Durban Poison and OG Kush. The result was a sublime hybrid which manages to offer both easy maintenance and an impressive THC content of up to 23%. And to top it all off, it even tastes and smells fantastic, with notes of mint chocolate and a touch of spice.

Your plants will boast plentiful, firm branches, stay within a manageable height of up to 1 meter when kept inside and a little below 2 meters in the open air, and will respond well to nurturing techniques such as SCROG (Screen of Green) and Topping. They will also have a high resistance to mould, and can adapt well in hot or cold climates.

Flowering times are between 7 and 9 weeks, and yields will be between 500 and 650 grams per m2 depending on whether you are cultivating your crop indoors or outside. Wherever you grow your plants, their powerful THC content ensures a highly enjoyable hit with feelings of relaxed euphoria and a sociable vibe.

5. Northern Lights

Needing no introduction, Northern Lights has become a true icon of the cannabis world since it was first developed in Seattle, Washington, back in the 1980s before being propagated in the Netherlands from 1985 onwards.

Its enduring appeal has been recognized by the cannabis industry and the smoking community at large, and the strain has been the recipient of many awards and other accolades over the years. This includes no less than three first prizes at the High Times Cannabis Cup. Weed smokers simply adore this old favorite on account of its tight buds, quintessential narcotic quality, and plentiful resin production.

The basis of all this goodness is the strain’s 100% pure Indica lineage. This ensures that Northern Lights delivers a balanced smoking experience combined with highly reliable cultivation credentials, and a relaxing, dream-like high.

With long individual leaves and sweet, sticky buds, your plants will produce up to 650 grams per m2 depending on whether you are cultivating indoors or outside. THC content will typically be around 18%, although it is possible to vary this by experimenting with harvesting times. Your plants will also respond well to techniques such as SOG (Sea of Green) and SCROG (Screen of Green). However you decide to nurture your crop, it should be ready to harvest in around 7 to 8 weeks, after which you too will be able to savor this all-time classic weed variety.

Is there anything else I need to know?

With any luck this article should have covered most of the main bases, but as always there’s no substitute for doing your own research. So it is advisable to check with the relevant state government departments to get to grips with the finer points of Colorado’s cannabis legislation, and to find out if there have been any recent policy changes.

If you’re feeling sociable, you could also try asking around at local dispensaries for advice about growing weed in the Colorado climate, and to get a more in-depth view on how different strains will fare. Combined with the endless variety of cannabis strains which are available online, this will give you an even better chance of identifying the ideal variety for you.

Now you’ve armed yourself with the information you need to set about getting hold of your ideal cannabis seeds. At Weedseedsexpress we have a great selection with the best marijuana seeds for sale. From autoflowering cannabis seeds to feminized seeds and regular seeds. All that remains is for you to establish, nurture, and harvest your crop. It’ll be an incredible journey, so enjoy!

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Blue Steel

breed by Exotic Genetix

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Blue Steel is a mostly indica variety from Exotic Genetix and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±63 days ), outdoors and in the greenhouse. Exotic Genetix’ Blue Steel is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Exotic Genetix’ Blue Steel Description

Blue Steel by Exotic Genetix is an indica-dominant strain with fruit-forward flavors. Created by crossing the pungent OG Blueberry and The Cube, a Starfighter F3 phenotype bred in-house, Exotic Genetix has outdone itself with this subtly sedative crowd-pleaser. The flavor and aroma are thick with the scent of blueberries and the nugs are smothered in a layer of frosty trichomes. Enjoy this strain throughout the day to boost mood and appetite while promoting a creative headspace.

Blue Steel Lineage / Genealogy

  • Blue Steel »»» Blueberry OG probably x The Cube F3
  • Blueberry OG probably
    • »»» Blueberry x Joe’s OG Kush
    • Blueberry F2
      • Blueberry Line F1
        • »»» Temple Flo x HTAF F1
        • Temple Flo F3
          • Floral Line
            • »»» Purple Thai x Afghani
            • Purple Thai
              • »»» H.O.G. x Chocolate Thai
              • H.O.G.
                • Mexico »»» Sativa
              • Chocolate Thai
                • Thailand »»» Sativa
            • Afghani
              • Afghanistan Probably Indica »»» Indica
        • HTAF F1
          • »»» Thailand x Afghani F1
          • Thailand »»» Sativa
          • Afghani (specified above)
    • Joe’s OG Kush IBL
      • »»» SFV OG x IBL
      • SFV OG x Lemon Pledge
        • SFV OG
          • OG Kush SFV Cut Probably
            • »»» Chemdawg x Probably
            • Lemon Thai x Hindu Kush, Pakistan
              • Lemon Thai »»» Sativa
              • Hindu Kush, Pakistan »»» Indica
            • Chemdawg
              • Unknown Indica »»» Indica
        • Lemon Pledge »»» Unknown Strain
      • SFV OG (specified above)
  • The Cube F3
    • »»» Starfighter F1 x Starfighter IX2
    • Starfighter F1
      • »»» Lemon Alien Dawg x Tahoe Alien
      • Lemon Alien Dawg
        • »»» Alien Dog Cherry Pheno x Lemon Kush
        • Alien Dog Cherry Pheno
          • »»» Chem Dawg d x Alien Technology
          • Chem Dawg d (specified above)
          • Alien Technology
            • Afghanistan »»» Indica
        • Lemon Kush
          • »»» Lemon G x Afghanistan, Hindu Kush
          • Lemon G
            • Colombia »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
          • Afghanistan, Hindu Kush »»» Indica
      • Tahoe Alien
        • »»» Tahoe OG Kush x Alien Kush F1
        • Tahoe OG Kush
          • »»» OG Kush Tahoe Cut x SFV OG Kush IBL
          • OG Kush Tahoe Cut (specified above)
          • SFV OG Kush IBL
            • »»» SFV OG x Afghani #1
            • SFV OG (specified above)
            • Afghani #1
              • »»» Afghanistan x Afghanistan
              • Afghanistan »»» Indica
              • Afghanistan »»» Indica
        • Alien Kush F1
          • »»» Las Vegas Purple Kush x Alien Technology
          • Las Vegas Purple Kush
            • »»» Northern Lights x Hindu Kush Purple
            • Northern Lights
              • Afghanistan Indica Probably »»» Indica
            • Hindu Kush Purple »»» Indica
          • Alien Technology (specified above)
    • Starfighter IX2
      • »»» Starfighter x Exotic Fighter
      • Starfighter (specified above)
      • Exotic Fighter
        • »»» Starfighter x Starfighter F2
        • Starfighter (specified above)
        • Starfighter F2 F2
          • Starfighter (specified above)

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Please note: Richters Herbs does not endorse abuse of psychoactive plants. The information provided in the Q&A area is for research and information purposes only. It is not meant to be used without qualified medical supervision. Herbs have powerful effects on the body and can cause serious harm or even death if used incorrectly. You should consult your health care provider before using herbs on yourself or on anyone else.

MORNING GLORY SEED

by Richard Alan Miller, c2004

[from Miller, R.A.: THE MAGICAL AND RITUAL USE OF HERBS, Inner Traditions, New York, c1983. 144p. German edition by Sphinx Pub., Switz. Spanish edition by Lasser Press, Mexico c1995]

Morning Glory (Ipomoea violacea) is in the Bindweed family, and grows profusely at various elevations throughout North America and Mexico. Other varieties can be found in Central and tropical South America, to include the West Indies.

It is a large vine that often is found clinging to small trees and fences. The leaves are heart-shaped and membranous, from 1.5 to 4 inches long by 1 to 3 inches wide. The flowers are white and funnel shaped, in dense clusters. The fruit is a one seeded capsule, oval in shape, about Ѕ-inch long.

‘Heavenly Blue’ variety

The seeds were used by Aztec priests along with ashes of poisonous insects, tobacco, and live insects for a body rub before sacrifices to make the victim fearless. In these ceremonies, a willing victim was thought to be more vulnerable than an unwilling one. The sacrament was used to create a more receptive atmosphere.

The seed was called tliltlilzen, the Nahuatl word for black, the suffix indicating that it was sacred. Fernandez wrote on the morning glory seeds in 1573, and a Spanish record of 1629 reports that the seed in an infusion “deprives a man of his senses and is very powerful.” Those who used it were said to have “communicated with the devil, believed in the owl and sucked blood.”

‘Flying Saucer’ variety

Today, the Mazatecs grind the seed in a metate, wrap the meal in a linen bag, and soak I tin cold water. The decoction is fairly potent and provides a curandera (healer) with information about the illness possessing the patient. It is also used to locate lost objects.

Active ingredients are d-lysergic and d-isolysergic acid amides, lysergol, chanoclavine, elymoclavine, and ergonovine. D-Lysergic acid amide is the principle alkaloid. It is present in the seed in the form of a salt and is therefore soluble in water. It is not soluble in ether or alcohol, unless it is first hydrolyzed with a 10% ammonium hydroxide solution.

The alkaloid is also present in the leaves and stems, but in lesser concentrations than in the seeds. The affects of these alkaloid in combination is similar to LSD and other hallucinogens, except it is about ten times weaker.

PRIMARY EFFECTS

LSD-like experience lasting from six to twelve hours. There may be slight nausea, similar to that from peyote, which fasting and taking two or three airsickness pills can easily eliminate. Dramamine is recommended.

PREPARATION

The most successful technique – taking into consideration the chemistry involved – is this:

  • Fast for eighteen hours before ingestion
  • When ready for the ritual, grind seed in a pepper grinder. They must be powdered or they will pass through the body with little effect.
  • The powder should be placed in a small saucer of water and soaked for one hour. Use Ѕ-ounce per person with a weight of 150 pounds.
  • While you are waiting for the seeds to soak, take two to three Dramamine (airsickness pills). A Librium or skullcap tea should also be taken at this time to eliminate anxiety.
  • Put the water and the powdered seeds into a milkshake and drink. The first effects will be noticed within fifteen to forty-five minutes.
  • When you are beginning to “come down,” a Librium or skullcap tea should again be taken to facilitate a smooth entry.

A person who takes a major mind alterant is actually performing an act of magic. The first and most important question that should be asked is, “Why am I performing this act?” In other words, “What is the goal?” Classical Hinduism suggests four possibilities:

  • Increased personal power, intellectual understanding, improving of life situation, or insight into “Self.”
  • Duty, to help others, providing care or rehabilitation. Healing.
  • Fun, sensuous enjoyment, and pure experience.
  • Transcendence, liberation from the three basic illusions: space, time, and ego. Attainment of mystical union.

Once a goal has been selected and defined, the next most important question should then be asked: “What is your method of reprogramming?” I recommend reading The Psychedelic Experience by Timothy Leary. This manual guides one thr4ough the intermediate stages between death and rebirth.

It systematically lists the levels of consciousness met after normal consciousness leaves the place or routine reality. It attempts to forewarn and prepare the voyager for the range of visions to be encounters. Leary’s manual is based on the Bardo Thodol.

The Bardo Thodol, which first appeared in English as the Tibetan Book of the Dead in 1927, is used in Tibet as a breviary to be read or recited on the experience he or she is about to undergo. It is a road map top the cycles of events after death that lead to either liberation or reincarnation.

In highly symbolic language, the spirit is told what to expect in each of the three stages between death and rebirth. The first state describes psychic happenings at the moment of death; the second stage describes the dream state that follows and the “karmic” illusions that occur; and the third stage describes the beginning of prenatal feelings, or the return of the ego.

Leary’s The Psychedelic Experience is the perfect book written for this form of magic. He has modularized each point correctly, including the ability to literally create rebirth! With this manual, one can actually reprogram attitudes, behavior patterns, and goals in life. Everyone should experience a controlled programmed LSD trip once. It is a form of initiation.

NOTE OF CAUTION

Persons with any serious history of hepatitis or other liver disorders should not take lysergic acid amides. Also, ergonovine has uterus-stimulating properties. It is given almost routinely to women at the end of the second state of labor to cause uterine contraction and reduce bleeding. This is why a warning is contained in the literature about the use of hallucinogens during pregnancy; it could cause an abortion.

GROWING TIPS

For earliest bloom, start seeds in a sunny window 4 to 6 weeks before transplanting outdoors. May be direct-seeded outdoors. Planting depth 1/2 to 1 inch. Plant spacing 6 to 10 inches. Days to germination 8-10. Soak seeds overnight in warm water before planting, whether indoors or out. Transplant carefully. Thrives in poor, dry soil.

OTHER LSD-LIKE COMPOUNDS

Bufotenin – An indoleamine from a plant, Piptadenia peregrina, and a South American toad. Action similar to that of LSD.

Caapi (wild rue) – From Banisteriopsis caapi, a South American jungle vine, contains harmine.

Cohoba (Niopo, parica) – From Acacia niopo, a Central American mimosa; contains bufotenin and other substances.

Harmine (basisterine; yageine; telepathine) – From Peganum harmala and other plants. Called a psychic sedative. Potent MAO inhibitor.

Hawaiian wood rose seed – large and small – From Merremia tuberosa and M. nervosa. I believe morning glory to be a superior species. M. nervosa has a natural coating on the see that is related to strychnine and must be sanded off. It does not burn off or dissolve in Coca-Cola. Also, the black-brown bark of both kinds of seed much be removed. The primary alkaloids are identical to those found in morning glory seeds. For the same results, eat 15 seeds per bodyweight of 150 pounds.

Iboga – From Tabermanthe iboga, and African plant containing Ibogaine and ibogamine. Said to relieve fatigue.

Methyltrytamine (indole amphetamine) – produces rise in serotonin in brain, as does LSD.

Myristicin – From nutmeg, produces bizarre CNS symptoms.

N, N-dimethyltryptamine – powerful hallucinogen, five times as active as mescaline, effects appear in three to five minutes and disappear in one hour. Stronger MAO inhibitor.

Ololiuqui (Rivea corymbosa) – a variation of Morning Glory, from Mexico.

Psylocybin – Similar affects, but more of a body high.

Yage’ – Another name for Banisteriopsis caapi. Also known as ayahuasca or caapi.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

For general information on additional books, manuscripts, lecture tours, and related materials and events by Richard Alan Miller, please write to

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In addition, you can visit Richard Alan Miller’s home page for a listing of his writings, also containing links to related subjects, and direction in the keywords Metaphysics, Occult, Magick, Parapsychology, Alternative Agriculture, Herb and Spice Farming, Foraging and Wildcrafting, and related Cottage Industries. Richard Alan Miller is available for lectures and as an Outside Consultant.

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Collecting And Storing Morning Glory Seeds: How To Store Seeds Of Morning Glories

Morning glory flowers are a cheerful, old-fashioned type of bloom that gives any fence or trellis a soft, country cottage look. These quick-climbing vines can grow up to 10 feet tall and often cover the corner of a fence. Grown early in the spring from morning glory seeds, these flowers are often planted over and over again for years.

Frugal gardeners have known for years that saving flower seeds is the best way to create a garden for free, year after year. Learn how to save seeds of the morning glory to continue your garden in next spring’s planting without buying more seed packets.

Collecting Morning Glory Seeds

Harvesting seeds from morning glory is an easy task that can even be used as a family project on a summer day. Look through the morning glory vines to find dead flowers that are ready to drop off. The blooms will leave a small, round pod behind at the end of the stem. Once these pods are hard and brown, crack one open. If you find a number of small black seeds, your seeds of morning glories are ready for harvest.

Snap off the stems below the seed pods and collect all the pods in a paper bag. Bring them into the house and crack them open over a paper towel-covered plate. The seeds are small and black, but large enough to spot easily.

Place the plate in a warm, dark spot where it won’t be disturbed to allow the seeds to continue drying. After one week, try to pierce a seed with a thumbnail. If the seed is too hard to puncture, they have dried enough.

How to Store Seeds of Morning Glories

Place a desiccant packet in a zip-top bag, and write the name of the flower and the date on the outside. Pour the dried seeds into the bag, squeeze out as much air as possible and store the bag until next spring. The desiccant will absorb any stray moisture that may be remaining in the seeds, allowing them to stay dry throughout the winter without danger of mold.

You may also pour 2 tbsp (29.5 ml.) of dried milk powder onto the center of a paper towel, folding it over to create a packet. The dried milk powder will absorb any stray moisture.

Morning glory flowers are a cheerful, old-fashioned type of bloom. Learn how to save seeds of the morning glory in this article to continue your garden in next spring's planting without buying more seed packets.

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THC Bomb

breed by Bomb Seeds

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THC Bomb is an indica/sativa variety from Bomb Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±56 days ) and outdoors . Bomb Seeds’ THC Bomb is a THC dominant variety and is/was also available as feminized seeds.

Bomb Seeds’ THC Bomb Description

THC Bomb is the original signature strain of Bomb Seeds. It has created rave reviews around the world. This strain has it all a mixture of giant, rock-hard buds and explosively high THC levels. THC Bomb is a connoisseurs dream whilst also providing commercial growers with large yielding crops.

Like Big Bud, the harvest will be massive, coupled with the power and strength of a classic white strain. THC Bomb has very high levels of THC, well over 20% when grown under optimum conditions. The plant stays relatively short for such a high yielder. The strength and vigour and fast finishing make THC Bomb a truly top grade plant. Outdoors THC Bomb can produce well over 1kg per plant. When ready to harvest the plant will literally be covered in frosty white trichromes. THC Bomb was developed to be something special delivering on every level: yield, strength, taste and speed!

Plant Height: Short (65-90cm)
Indoor Flowering: 7-9 Weeks
Harvest Outdoor: Sep-Oct
THC: Very High (20-25%)
Yield: Very High (550-650g/m²)
Stoned/High: Strong, all round buzz

Where to buy THC Bomb cannabis seeds?

THC Bomb from Bomb Seeds is available as regular and feminized seeds. In 11 seedbanks, we found 43 offers between EUR 2.81 for 1 regular seed and EUR 368.94 for 50 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy THC Bomb Cannabis Seeds from Bomb Seeds somewhere – have a look to our THC Bomb Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current THC Bomb offers: Mary’s Seeds, Original Seeds Store, Alchimia Grow Shop, canna-seed.com, Seedsman, Oaseeds, Herbies Head Shop, Zamnesia, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, PEV Seeds Bank and Canna-Seed Seed Shop.

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Bomb Seeds: Mind-blowing Potency

Bomb Seeds are a cannabis seed bank based in Holland and offering a variety of high-quality cannabis seeds. They specialize in a unique range of seeds, meticulously selecting and improving classic strains and combining them with their in-house Bomb genetics. The results are high-performing, award-winning genetics so that each strain provides a high yield, high THC and resin production, rapid growth period and amazing yield potential.

Origins

From the start of their journey, Bomb Seeds has ensured that they use only the best of the best cannabis genetics when trying to produce new strains. The company’s values have remained the same since their beginning – “while others improvise, the specialists will innovate” – and this is truly reflected in their attitude toward the development of new and potent cannabis strains. Although Bomb Seeds made their entrance into the cannabis industry in 2007, they set the ball rolling many years before that. In the mid-1990s, cannabis breeders at Bomb Seeds embarked on a journey through Southeast Asia to collect never-seen-before landrace cannabis strains. Fortunately for cannabis users, they were able to retain these seeds to this very day. Fast-forward ten years, they settled in Holland and commenced the “Manhattan Project”, wherein the vigorous experimentation with the Southeast Asian cannabis genetics resulted in the birth of the first two major Bomb Seeds strains: Buzz Bomb and THC Bomb. These oddly powerful combinations have been the foundation of a number of popular Bomb Seeds strains ever since!

What’s The Secret Behind Bomb Seeds’ Success?

Bomb Seeds are recognized worldwide as one of the best cannabis breeders out there, famous for being one of a handful of companies in the cannabis industry to specialize in creating extremely potent and highly effective cannabis seeds from landrace genetics. When breeding seeds, they only select the best genetics; superb quality and high potency partnered with large yields results in some of the best strains available on the market. They have won multiple awards for many of their spectacular strains, one of them being one of their very first creations, THC Bomb.

Our Bomb Seeds’ Picks – The Best Of Bomb Seeds

The strains listed below are our top picks from Bomb Seeds. Among the best-selling strains at Herbies Seeds, they’re incredibly popular among our clients – a testament to their excellent genetics. Let’s find out more about the best from Bomb Seeds!

Banana Bomb – An Explosion Of Sweet, Candy-Like Flavor

Banana Bomb is an excellent photoperiod cannabis strain bred by Bomb Seeds. An 80/20 Indica and Sativa hybrid, Banana Bomb crosses their award-winning THC Bomb – a Sativa-dominant hybrid – with a sticky Banana Kush, to create the tastiest Kush hybrid available on the market. Yields of as much as 600g/m 2 in only 56 days of flower, paired with the other properties of the plant, ensure its place on our list of Bomb Seeds’ top picks.

Gorilla Bomb – Pungent Terpene Profile

The magnificent Gorilla Bomb is a photoperiod hybrid cannabis seed delivered to you by Bomb Seeds. The lovechild of two classic cannabis strains, the super potent and sticky Gorilla Glue and Bomb Seeds’ very own THC Bomb, Gorilla Bomb brings together attributes from both strains’ genetics, creating an ultra-powerful plant with THC levels as high as 25%. Indoor growers can expect to harvest up to 550g/m 2 of dense, sticky cannabis flowers in less than 63 days from germination.

THC Bomb – A Potent Hybrid With Up To 20% THC

THC Bomb is an amazing photoperiod cannabis strain offered in feminized form. An equal Indica/Sativa hybrid, THC Bomb packs a punch while providing users with the best of both worlds, starting with a head high that slowly progresses to your limbs and extremities. As its name suggests, this cannabis strain contains high levels of THC with well-grown specimens ranging from upward of 20%. A rapid growth cycle of 7-9 weeks and a potential yield of 550g/m 2 makes this plant an especially lucrative addition to any grower’s garden. While its yields are already high, a Sea of Green (SoG) grow will take this plant to a different level.

Big Bomb – Best Of Both Worlds

This signature cannabis strain comprises both Indica and Sativa genetics in a 50/50 split – a photoperiod cannabis strain and all-in-one offering in compact seed form by Bomb Seeds. A well-balanced hybrid, Big Bomb came about as a cross between a Big Bud descendant crossed with Bomb #1. This led to a heavy-hitting cannabis strain combining the best attributes from both parents to create the tastiest concoction of flavors that’s bound to leave anyone’s mouth watering. Even with a basic setup and little feeding, this plant can grow up to 140cm in height and deliver a more than impressive 850g/m 2 yield after only 8 weeks!

Cherry Bomb – A Sweet And Fruity Flavor Sensation

Cherry Bomb is an Indica-dominant cannabis hybrid with an unknown genetic lineage. While it’s known that it stems from Bomb Seeds’ Big Bomb, the second parent strain is unknown. Respected for its medicinal and healing properties, the sedating effects of Cherry Bomb are guaranteed to tame even the heaviest of users. A super speedy growth cycle of only 8 weeks and huge harvests of up to 650g/m 2 indoors explains why it became an instant favorite in the cannabis industry.

THC Bomb Auto – Autoflowering THC Bomb

THC Bomb Auto is an autoflowering version of Bomb Seed’s award-winning THC Bomb. This strain was created by crossbreeding THC Bomb with a developed Ruderalis clone. As a result of its autoflowering nature, this strain grows short and compact without compromising on strength, quality or yield. When grown in optimal conditions, this strain can achieve whopping yields of 550g/m 2 of dense, trichome-laded cannabis flowers after only 9 weeks from start to finish.

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Blue Star Creeper Plant Profile

This pretty ground cover plant is the perfect grass substitute

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Looking for a low maintenance grass substitute? Alternative ground cover lawns are increasing in popularity and blue star creeper is the perfect grass substitute if you are looking to switch up the look of your lawn. Blue star creeper has a spreading and mounding growth habit, forming a dense, low mat of leafy green foliage. In the spring and summer months, blue star creeper is adorned with delicate pale purple to blue star-shaped flowers. It requires less water than a traditional grass lawn, and since it only grows to be three inches tall you can get rid of the lawnmower, because mowing is not necessary! Notorious for being a hardy plant, this Australia native can tolerate heavy foot traffic, extreme weather conditions, and even drought. Besides being a viable grass substitute, blue star creeper can also be used as a filler between patio stones, cover for spring bulbs, or as a border plant.

Botanical Name Isotoma fluviatilis
Common Name Blue Star Creeper, Swamp Isotome
Plant Type Herbaceous perennial
Mature Size 3 inches high, 18 inch spread
Sun Exposure Full sun
Soil Type Moist, well-draining
Soil pH 6.1 – 7.8
Bloom Time Spring, summer
Flower Color Light blue, light purple
Hardiness Zones 6 – 9
Native Area Australia, New Zealand

How to Grow Blue Star Creeper

Blue star creeper (Isotoma fluviatilis) is a herbaceous perennial in the Campanulaceae (or bluebell) family that is native to eastern Australia. It is characterized by short, dark green foliage and delicate, pale blue to purple flowers that grow upwards on slender stalks. Blue star creeper is an easy plant to grow, requiring little ongoing maintenance once established. It grows in a spreading and mounding habit reaching a maximum height of three to five inches, which makes it an excellent no-mow ground cover choice for residential lawns and gardens. Plant individual blue star creeper plants at least eight to 10 inches apart for thick coverage.

While blue star creepers are not invasive by definition, they are not native to the United States and can spread quickly, becoming invasive in some situations. Keep this in mind when deciding where you’d like to plant blue star creeper. It can be easily contained with deep garden barriers or walls.

Light

For full, colorful growth, blue star creeper should receive direct sunlight for most of the day. If necessary, blue star creeper can adapt to part sun but the growth may not be as dense.

Blue star creeper is not picky when it comes to soil. As long as it is planted in a moist, well-draining medium it will be happy. The soil should have a pH level between 6.1 to 7.8, or mildly acidic to alkaline.

Water

Blue star creeper can be described as having medium water needs. It is known for being drought tolerant but thrives with adequate moisture in the summer months. During the summer, keep the soil moist with regular watering to support strong growth.

Temperature and Humidity

Blue star creeper is a resilient, cold-hardy plant that can withstand temperatures as low as -4 degrees Fahrenheit (or -20 degrees Celsius) with snow cover. However, it thrives in the warmer seasons and requires warm spring and summer temperatures in order to survive. While the growing season varies, blue star creeper usually blooms from spring to late fall. It is hardy in USDA zones 6 through 9.

Fertilizer

Heavy fertilization is not required for blue star creeper. In fact, fertilizing blue star creeper too often can encourage aggressive growth which often becomes invasive. Fertilizing once at the beginning of the growing season with an all-purpose fertilizer will help to encourage strong new growth.

Pruning Blue Star Creeper

Shearing the foliage of a blue star creeper to about one inch tall in the late fall will help to keep the plant tidy throughout the winter and in the spring as new growth emerges. Other than this optional upkeep, blue star creeper is a low-maintenance perennial that does not require deadheading – flowering throughout the spring and summer continuously without assistance.

Propagating Blue Star Creeper

Blue star creeper is readily propagated by seed and by division. Blue star creeper spreads by rhizomes that grow both above-ground and below-ground, which means that plants can be easily divided and transplanted. When dividing blue star creeper, carefully dig around the rhizomes and root ball, preserving as many roots as possible. Gently separate plants from one another, and plant immediately.

Varieties of Blue Star Creeper

Blue star creeper is native to Australia and New Zealand and has many different varieties. The different varieties of blue star creeper mainly vary in their leaf sizes and shapes. The most popular species include:

  • Isotoma fluviatilis subsp. Australis has a corolla of 7 to 15 millimeters long with 5-15 millimeters long leaves.
  • Isotoma fluviatilis subsp. Borealis has a corolla of 6 to 10 millimeters long and looks very similar to Australis which sometimes makes it hard to tell between the two. Long pedicels in the flowers of Borealis are a distinguishing feature.
  • Isotoma fluviatilis subsp. Fluviatilis is the most common variety of blue star creeper. Its leaves are 5 to 15 centimeters long and the corolla is 4 to 7 millimeters in length.

Growing From Seed

Blue star creeper seeds can be harvested from mature plants, or purchased at a nursery or garden center. Sow the seeds on moistened seed starter mix and cover the container with newspaper. Keep the container in a location where it receives partial sunlight, and keep the soil consistently moist until the seeds sprout. Blue star creeper seeds take anywhere from 7 to 15 days to sprout so be patient!

Blue star creeper (Isotoma fluviatilis) is a herbaceous perennial in the Campanulaceae (or bluebell) family that is native to eastern Australia. Learn how to grow blue star creeper.

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Do you get troubled by high maintenance lawns?

Have you ever thought that there may be a simple way to get green grass without much work?

If that’s the case, then you will be glad to know more about Blue Star Creeper ground cover plant. It’s effortless to plant and maintain. You can use it as an ornamental landscape.

Even though it is small in size, but it grows super-fast. It has large dense green leaves and is mostly evergreen throughout the year.

Let’s get started to learn to plant, grow and care for this magnificent ground cover plant.

Quick Gardening Facts for Blue Star Creeper

Blue Star Creeper is part of the genus of flowering plants Pratia and campanula family. It is an excellent choice for stepping stones and pathways in your garden. Moreover, it is a healthy plant which adds good texture and color to any part of your garden area.

It was formerly known as Laurentia Fluviatilis. It can withstand extreme weather condition, which makes it an excellent choice for lawn pathways. Many people also use it as bark or mulch replacement in the garden.

In 1810, Robert Brown discovered blue star creeper plant. Then in 1864, George Bentham classified it as an Isotoma.

Let’s look at some facts about the Blue Star Creeper.

Let’s know about Blue Star Creeper Varieties.

The Best Blue Star Creeper Varieties

Blue star creeper is the natives of Australia and New Zealand. There are many varieties of blue star creeper. But the most common are followings:

Isotoma Fluviatilis – Australis

This species of blue star creeper has corolla which is 8-16 cm long, and the leaves are 7- 15 mm long. The leaves width can vary between 2 – 7 mm range. It blooms in blue to light pink color flower.

Isotoma Fluviatilis – Borealis

It is another variety of blue star creeper and has small size corolla between 6 -10 mm long. Its leaves are 5 -12 mm long and 2 -5 mm wide. The flowers of Borealis are usually 5- 40 mm long.

Isotoma Fluviatilis – Fluviatillis

This is the most common species of blue star creeper, and many people plant this species. Its leaves are 5 – 15 mm long and the Corolla get up to 5-7 mm in length. The flower grows up to 4 – 6 mm long.

Blue Star Laurentia (Isotoma Axillaris)

It is another popular species which looks the same as blue star creeper. But it has a taller plant and gets blue star-shaped flowers with deeply cut ferny leaves.

It grows taller than other species of the blue star as it goes up to 16 inches tall. The blue star creeper Laurentia Fluviatilis can survive in winter. You can buy blue star creeper from a major retailer such as Home Depot or Lowes.

Flowers

The flowers of blue star creeper are white, light blue or dark blue in color. It has unscented star-shaped flowers, but it attracts bees, wasp, and butterflies. The growing season varies, but it usually blooms mid-spring until early winter.

It’s a low maintenance plant and does not need deadheading. This makes it super convenient to grow and maintain. The flowers of blue star creeper have six petals, and each is slightly tapered toward the end giving its unique look. It may or may not have pistils depending on the species of plant.

Several species of this plant flowers are single colored. These flowers are shaded or streaked with some contrasting colors which make it look beautiful.

Where to Grow Blue Star Creeper

You may grow blue star creeper at the edges of pathways or in the container from where it branches and leaves can spill gracefully. If you take good care of it, then it can last up to five years.

Due to its versatile and smooth looks, it is excellent to grow between stepping stones, rock walls or to form a flat ground cover. The blue star creeper growth rate is medium.

How to Plant Blue Star Creeper

Growing Zone

The growing zone for Isotoma Fluviatillis is Zone 6 and is perennial. The growing zone for Isotoma Axillaris is Zone 11 which makes it hardy plant and it survive in harsh winter condition.

Sun and Soil Requirement

Blue star creeper needs light shade to full sun to grow. It works best in the warm climate and blooms during the summer time. In cold weather, it gets brown and shed its leaves resulting in a bare skeleton of blue star creeper left. If it gets too hot, then it gets dry and falls.

However, it is resilient and robust plant and can survive up to -20 Celsius with snow cover. It does not need any particular soil and does well almost in any soil. The ground should have a pH level between mildly acidic to alkaline (pH between 6.1 through 7.8).

Seed Germination and Transplanting

There are two ways you can plant the blue star creeper. You can either split the root and plant it or use the seed. If you decide to plant it by dividing the root ball, then break the root ball by hand or by shear. You can either put it in the ground or in the planter.

If you are planting from blue star creeper seed, then put soil in the planter and moisten the soil. Insert the seed 2 or 3 inches in the ground and keep it in partial sunlight for 7 to 15 days. After a while, the germination will start, and when you see six or seven leaves, it is ready to be planted in the ground.

You can harvest blue star creeper seeds when the flower gets dry and turn into a small seed pouch. The seed pouch will have many seeds in it which you can store for future or plant it somewhere else.

Scatter seed in early spring after the danger of frost has passed. In cold weather, plant it indoor six weeks before frost.

Planting Blue Star Creeper Outside

If you are planting it outside for the first time, be careful and protect it from pests and rodents as it has a very fragile stem. Once the root has taken a good hold in the ground, then you do not need to do much care.

If for some reason you have to repot the blue star creeper then grow it in a planter and repot when it reached about 1 inch in size.

How to Care for Blue Star Creeper

Watering

Blue star creeper does not need much water. You can water it when the soil gets dry but do not over water it. When planting it for the first time either through root or seed, water it regularly so it can hold its root.

Blue star creeper does not need much water, so avoid planting it in lower spots where there is a chance for water to collect.

Fertilizing

Blue star creeper does not need any fertilization. But for optimal growth, you can fertilize it a little. Be careful that as it grows fast and have invasive tendencies so don’t overfeed.

Pruning

Blue star creeper does not need pruning. Which is good as you do not need to deadhead to encourage flower production. You can prune it one inch in height though, to bring uniformity to the growth.

Let’s find out some common Blue Star Creeper disease and how to prevent it.

Blue Star Creeper Problem and Solutions

Soil Fungal Disease

Blue star creeper has shallow roots, and overwatering causes the soil to be excessively wet. It may cause fungal disease such as Southern Blight.

Southern Blight is a soil borne fungal pathogen (Sclerotium Rolfsii). It spreads in hot weather and likes acidic soil. The progression of fungus is fast and once it get hold in the ground, it attacks the stem at the soil line and creates a dark-colored lesion.

If blue star creeper gets infected by a soil fungus, then use soil fungicide. Some of the popular fungicides are:

  • Heritage (Azoxystrobin)
  • Daconil (Chloroneb)
  • Prostar (Flutianil)
  • Scotts Proturf Fungicide 7 (Tridimefon)

Is Blue Star Creeper Invasive?

Due to its high growth rate and robustness to survive in harsh weather condition, the blue star creeper has invasive tendencies. If you try to uproot, the roots are likely to break, and some of it will remain left in the soil which will regrow.

Another thing which makes it hard altogether to remove from the ground is its tiny size. It grows close to the ground and have small leaves; it makes it hard to get a proper grip on the plant to pull.

It is also deer and rabbit resistant. It means it will survive from animals who feed on leaves. To prevent it invading other plants, you can keep it as a container plant and carefully control its seeds to avoid self-seeding.

Be careful when you are thinking to plant it in your garden, as once it gets hold on its root, it is difficult to get rid of it. If you attempt to dig it out, its small roots tear apart, and it stimulates the root to become stronger.

Does Blue Star creeper prevent weeds?

Blue star creeper is not very thick or tall to shade out other weeds like clove. So it does not do a good job blocking weeds. The weeds will happily grow under it so don’t plant it if your primary goal is to kill the weeds.

It is also unaffected by insects or pest and usually does not have any severe disease which makes it grow without much hassle.

Companion Plant for Blue Star Creeper

Blue star creeper plays nicely with a variety of plants. It is fantastic looking flowering ground cover to plant among Hardy Ferns, Hostas, Hydrangeas, and Knock Out Roses.

Here are the best companion plant options:

  • Phlox, Creeping – Pair Creeping Phlox and Blue Star Creeper in a rock garden or along a pathway edge
  • Hydrangea -Use Blue Star Creeper as a ground cover around the base of Hydrangea
  • Candytuft – Low-growing Candytuft and Blue Star Creeper give a mixed blue and white color

Where to use Blue Star Creeper

You can use the blue star creeper at various places. Many people plant it in the garden as it does very well as ground cover in a rock garden, and high setting. It is perfect for garden pathways and rock walls.

Although it does not need much care if the weather becomes too harsh, then it grows thin and looks patchy. You have to be careful before you plant it as it is tough to get rid of it, but it is not classified as an invasive plant.

It requires partial sunlight, so it is perfect for planting above bulbs or under deciduous trees. For the best use, I recommend it to plant for beds, borders, hanging baskets, landscaping, and around mailboxes. Be aware of where you plant it as it is toxic to human and pets if ingested.

Blue Star Creeper, is easy to grow a ground cover plant. It is also known as Isotoma Fluviatillis and is perfect as a lawn substitute. You can plant it between stones, patios, and decks.

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Lemonder is a body-heavy hybrid with an outstanding fragrance. This strain of marijuana is a cross of Lavender, Super Lemon Haze, and OG Kush, and offers alert mental clarity and soothing physical effects. The nuggets glitter with trichomes and tend to be tangled in orange/bronze hairs. Its odor smells like lemon peel, pine needles, and also a sprinkling of earthy spice. Adore Lemonder during the day as its effects tend to be manageable and won’t pull also firmly toward stimulation or relaxation. Expect smile-inducing happiness as well as a soothing, carefree body buzz.

Lemonder Marijuana Strain

Lemonder is a body-heavy hybrid with an outstanding fragrance. This strain of marijuana is a cross of Lavender, Super Lemon Haze, and OG Kush, and offers alert mental clarity and soothing physical effects. The nuggets glitter with trichomes and tend to be tangled in orange/bronze hairs. Its odor smells like lemon peel, pine needles, and also a sprinkling of earthy spice. Adore Lemonder during the day as its effects tend to be manageable and won’t pull also firmly toward stimulation or relaxation. Expect smile-inducing happiness as well as a soothing, carefree body buzz.

Strain Flavor

When smoked or converted into an edible form, the flavor of the Lemonder strain is best described as Lemon, Lavender, and Citrus.

This Lemonder strain has a variety of both sativa as indica and a low THC-level. The CBD level of the Lemonder is low. Lemonder is related to the following strains; Lavender, OG Kush and Super Lemon Haze . Grow Lemonder seeds and it will result into a stunning cannabis plant with nice buds. Germinate the Lemonder seeds and grow it into a nice cannbis plant, with a regular flowering time to be ready.

Lemonder seeds

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Lemonder specifications

Read the Lemonder seed specifications in the table below. The values may vary between the different seedbanks where you can buy Lemonder seeds.

Variety Hybrid
THC Level Low
CBD Level Low

About Lemonder seeds

This Lemonder strain has a variety of both sativa as indica and a low THC-level. The CBD level of the Lemonder is low. Lemonder is related to the following strains; Lavender, OG Kush and Super Lemon Haze . Grow Lemonder seeds and it will result into a stunning cannabis plant with nice buds. Germinate the Lemonder seeds and grow it into a nice cannbis plant, with a regular flowering time to be ready.

The flavors of Lemonder are mostly like: Citrus, Lemon, Lavender, Earthy and Pine while the effects of lemonder are mostly like: uplifted, focused, happy, relaxed and euphoric.Buy Lemonder seeds online when we list a seedbank selling the seeds, we will keep you informed as soon as the Lemonder seeds are available.

Lemonder flavors

Is it good to know what the flavor of Lemonder is before you buy Lemonder seeds online. It said Lemonder tastes mostly like:

  • Citrus
  • Lemon
  • Lavender
  • Earthy
  • Pine

Lemonder effects

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Lemonder reviews

Read what other people has to say about Lemonder seeds.

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Analy Valdés from Hohen Neuendorf

**was told it was pink lemonade and lavender. . Seattle private reserve? ? might need double check

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Audra from Belarus

I love this strain. smoke it once and you’re hooked this flys out of my shop, super sticky, super creeper weed. I will always buy this when we get it lavender with og kush

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Lemonder is a body-heavy hybrid with an outstanding fragrance. This strain of marijuana is a cross of Lavender, Super Lemon Haze, and OG Kush, and offers

Lemonder by Seattle’s Private Reserve

Lemonder by Seattle’s Private Reserve

Lemonder by Seattle’s Private Reserve

I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas!

In the spirit of appreciating beautiful trees, I did my fifth review on Lemonder by Seattle’s Private Reserve. Lemonder is a rare hybrid of Lavender and the legendary OG Kush. This flower is coated in crystals,Lemonder has a THC content of 18.71% and a CBD total of .44%. I’ve tried a few strains from Seattle’s Private Reserve, some of good quality and others that left something to be desired. I am always trying to remain open minded, so I happily dance with Seattle’s Private Reserve once again today!

This bud is so beautiful to to look at, it’s phenotype is what attracted it to me initially. Even bound in it’s packaging the visible leaves shimmer with trichomes. It truly looks like it should test at 34% not 18. I photographed this strain over two days and am amazed by how different the flower looks in the varied light. Check out these crystals.

I swear to Jeebus that these photos are all the exact same flowers just on different days. The first set of photos looks like a frosty meadow and the next look like the meadow was annihilated by a blizzard.

While the snowy blanket of white trichomes are enchanting, I was disappointed in the structure of the bud. I got mostly popcorn nuggets and the ones that were larger were very stemmy. It may just be the way the plant grows, but I feel like I got a lot of stem where the flower should have just been plucked off. I’ve smoked many of OG Kush’s children and mixing it with a short bushy indica like Lavender should not have this result. Aside from the weird trimming, this gorgeous flower is ready to blaze.

On first impression, the bud emits a strong citrus-floral scent. The odor is limonene dominant, resembling a primo OG Kush. I am unfamiliar with it’s other parent, Lavender, but I have to assume that is where the soft floral aroma comes from. I am hesitant to place the floral scent as lavender just for its namesake. Independent of origin, this strain smells absolutely amazing and if it holds true for the smoke, I expect a real treat.

The flower is a rich hue of forest green freckled with white dust. With little to no hairs, the ones that are present boast a timid tangerine color. The hairs emerge in little clusters with a few other tendrils, the clusters are scarce. Ground up, the flower reveals itself to be a bright lime green that seemed to dominate and bury the rich layer of white trichomes.

This strain smokes similar to a talented OG Kush. This strain has been very versatile in both its physical appearance and it’s flavor profile. While the smell is a sweet citrus with floral undertones the smoke actually resembles OG with a diesel aftertaste. This strain encourages a blank stare off into the distance as you catch up to your new fluent train of thought.

The high is balanced in both its approach and how it settles. The sativa carried over from the OG Kush encourages unique ideas and promotes a stimulating conversation. If desired, the ‘up’ of the sativa can be coerced to drown in the euphoric body high. I struggled to tie my thoughts to words as the pleasurable Lemonder high coursed through my body. The warming body high neutralizes any discomfort from intermittent coughing fits. Some coughing is brought on by the pungent citrus-diesel essence on the exhale.

Lemonder is a complex strain with a misleading odor. The light citrus smell invites you into a formidable smoke. This strain smokes like an OG Kush and should be sought out by any Kush fanatic. I am still unsure of what role Lavender played in the profile, I will have to seek some out to isolate its qualities. This indica-dominant hybrid is by far the best one I have encountered from Seattle’s Private Reserve so far.

Toasted n' Posted presents… Lemonder by Seattle's Private Reserve Lemonder by Seattle's Private Reserve I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! In the spirit of appreciating beautiful trees, I did my fifth review on Lemonder by Seattle's Private Reserve. Lemonder is a rare hybrid of Lavender and the legendary OG Kush. This flower is…

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How To Grow Weed Indoors Without Getting Caught

A very important aspect of the mind of growers-to-be is how to go about growing weed indoors without getting caught. As mentioned earlier, if the plants are grown in an environment like a tent, the runoff water will not leak out and the lights at night will not leak into the surrounding area.

Growing Weed Indoors Without Getting Caught – The Smell

This leaves one more aspect crucial to growing weed indoors without getting caught, the ventilation system. For all the good things that an adequate ventilation system will do for you, the downfall comes with the noise. Ventilation fans are usually noisy, but a lot of horticultural ventilation producers are taking noise levels into consideration when designing and manufacturing their products and you can find box fans with sound insulation or ventilator fans packaged with sound dampers to avoid sound and vibration from the operating fan.

All of this is important because indoor setups with good air systems will be next to impossible to catch unless you tell someone your secret and they snitch. Usually tent systems such as the ones we have come with an air system consisting of a Carbon Filter, a ventilation fan, temperature control and plenty of ducting.

Growing Weed Indoors Without Getting Caught – The Noise

A big issue for growing weed indoors without getting caught is noise. Maybe you can fool the police and your neighbours, but what will you tell mum when she asks you what that constant mechanical noise in your room is? Not to worry, with the sound-insulated fans, you should be good, but there are a few basics to take into consideration.

First of all, make sure your extraction fan is hanging freely so that it does not make any sound due to vibration. Remember that extractor fans are constantly revolving which causes a gentle swaying motion. If you use a box fan without sound insulation, you may come to hear a humming or vibrating buzz coming from your grow space due to the fan making contact with another object.

Another key aspect of growing weed indoors without getting caught is sound-proof ducting. This further muzzles the sound of the extractor fan and its vibration by insulating the output of the fan in a layer of fibreglass, just like ones used to insulate the walls in your house. This will ensure that excess noises are muffled and will help maintain a stealthy setup.

Growing Weed Indoors Without Getting Caught – Conclusion

Using an air set up like this will make growing weed indoors without getting caught much easier as the carbon filter will clean up all the smells in the enclosed area and the exhaust will be warm and non-smelling air. During the winter it should be considered to allow the tent to exhaust indoors as law enforcement may perform aerial scans looking for heat signatures and the constant output of heat may raise suspicions, especially if the heat is coming out of a window and not a chimney.

If you are looking for air systems or tents and light systems or smell controls, you should take a look at our website or visit our store in Amsterdam where you can find an interactive tent experience that will better explain the components. Remember to be safe and ultimately, paying attention to your surroundings is the best way to continue growing weed indoors without getting caught!

A very important aspect of the mind of growers-to-be is how to go about growing weed indoors without getting caught. Here's how!

How to Grow Weed and Not Get Caught – Privacy comes first!

Safety Precautions when Growing Weed Indoors and Buying Marijuana Seeds online

Rule 1: Never tell anyone, not even your friends, that you’ve started growing!

I know, I know, this is common sense, right?

But unfortunately it’s not. Telling the wrong person is the number 1 most common reason growers get caught.

No, growers don’t get usually caught because their seeds were intercepted, or because they were buying some hydroponic growing equipment.

Here’s my “never get caught, ever, for growing weed” policy: You can never trust someone else as closely as yourself.

That is why should never, ever tell a soul that you grow marijuana. No excuses.

If someone asks you where you got your weed, tell them you’d rather not talk about it and leave it at that.

Don’t ever give hints that you know how to grow weed. If you encounter others who are talking about it, bite your lip and act dumb!

Rule 2: Be smart when getting marijuana seeds shipped.

Basically, don’t get your marijuana seeds shipped to the house where you’re going to grow your weed.

I think this rule is self-explanatory. Don’t get marijuana seeds shipped to where you’ll be growing your weed.

Rule 3: Consider all sounds, smells, and light that come from your grow room.

Block all windows with light-proof fabric or curtains. The bright lights you use to grow marijuana are a dead give-away that someone is growing weed inside.

Lights can give off a hum, but usually it’s water pumps that make the most sound when growing. If you have a roommate, or if you share a wall with a neighbor, you need to buy a better water pump or better light set that is dead quiet.

Remember, you will get used to the smell!

If you’re venting air outside, control odors with a carbon scrubber. This is something that air passes through which will remove the odors before they go outside. If that’s not enough, you’ll need to start going crazy with the odor-control products. You’ll often find some of the best ones at hydroponic stores. 🙂

Rule 4: Be smart about comings and goings to your home or grow area (especially with lots of growing supplies).

People are surprisingly nosy about what you’re doing. Remember that.

If some bored neighbor is watching you, it’s going to seem weird if you’re going in and out of your house with pots, nutrients, big bags of soilless grow mix, etc, if you don’t actually grow anything.

That’s why one of the best covers for growing weed is growing a few other plants, whether it’s flowers, vegetables, fruits, etc. I keep a few flower pots with random flowers on my front porch, and have a vegetable garden in the back, which is an ideal cover.

If that’s not an option, then make sure you are not observed when you come and go with supplies. Night is best.

Rule 5: Sorry, no more guests.

You can’t have guests over to your house. Many arrests have come from a random guest coming across a grow rooms by accident.

If you’re serious about privacy, no more guests inside your home until you build a secret passageway to an underground grow room.

Rule 6: Consider that helicopters with heat cameras can fly over your house.

If you have a large indoor garden, then you already know how hard it can be to control the heat. Controlling heat is good for your plants, but you also need to do it to avoid getting caught.

This is why growing weed with CFLs can be so appealing for the small-time grower. They barely give off any heat, but you can still produce a few ounces a month.

Rule 7: Use your common sense.

It’s easy to get comfortable after a while if you’ve been growing weed for a long time.

It’s important to remember that, while medical marijuana has been legalized in many areas, it is still considered illegal to grow marijuana in much of the world.

Use the same amount of caution that you would use if your life depended on it.

Learn some safety precautions for growing weed indoors & buying marijuana seeds online…

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Bazooka Joe

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Sunday, April 10, 2016

Dear Donovan,

Can you tell me the benefits of cerasee; whether it can be used as a detox and if it is safe to take when pregnant?

The cerasee plant, scientifically known as Momordica Charantia, is native to Africa and the Middle East. However, it can now be found almost in all parts of the world. The yellow fruit which the plant produces, bitter melon or bitter guard, can be eaten raw, and is cooked in many Chinese and Indian dishes.

In Jamaica, cerasee is a very popular herb. The leaves and stem are usually boiled or drawn into a tea and taken for a number of ailments including hypertension, diabetes, parasitic worms, abdominal pains, and purging/detoxing the body and blood. Cerasee is also used for constipation and it is sometimes given to children for fevers and colds. In addition, cerasee is also used sometimes with other herbs to make a bush bath to treat skin problems like rashes and eczema. Also, in some cases, the fresh leaves and stem are crushed and rubbed on the skin to deal with skin problems and insect bites. Cerasee is also used as a tea to reduce menstrual pains and to cure urinary tract infections.

Nutritionally, cerasee is rich in vitamins A and C, phosphorus and iron. Therefore, cerasee can be used as a mild detoxer. Its blood purging properties plus its ability to reduce constipation makes it very effective for detoxing. It is usually recommended that cerasee, when used as a tea, be taken for nine nights straight after which a break is taken.

In recent times, cerasee has become extremely commercialised and tea bags can now be found in almost all supermarkets.

In Jamaican folklore, it is proposed that cerasee tea be taken by a pregnant woman so that the newborn will be born with a good skin tone and it makes the birthing process easier.

In addition, it is also recommended that the cerasee tea be taken nine nights after childbirth in order to tone up the organs involved in pregnancy and childbirth.

Overall, cerasee is a very useful herb; however, with the speculation of possible liver damage with long and continuous use, I would suggest that the cerasee tea be taken for a nine-day period and then given a break.

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Dear Donovan,Can you tell me the benefits …

What Are the Health Benefits of Cerassie Tea?

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Cerassie tea is made from the leaves of the bitter melon plant, which is grown throughout Africa and Asia. Tea made with the leaves — like tea made with the bitter melon fruit — has a very bitter taste. Taste aside, cerassie tea is rich in a large number of phenols and natural antioxidants, which can help with high cholesterol and inflammation.

Antioxidant-Rich

In a 2008 issue of “Food Chemistry,” researchers discovered that although tea made from the bitter melon fruit had a high amount of antioxidants overall, cerassie tea made from the leaves of the bitter melon plant had greater antioxidant activity. Bitter melon leaf is rich in a number of antioxidants, including gallic acid and catechin.

Benefits from Gallic Acid

The phenol content of cerassie tea is dominated by gallic acid, a polyphenol that has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. A 2005 issue of “Toxicological Sciences” found that gallic acid helped reduce inflammatory allergic reactions associated with histamine exposure, making it potentially beneficial for treating the symptoms of inflammatory allergies. Gallic acid may also provide cardioprotective benefits. A 2011 study published in “Pharmacognosy Research” found that a supplement of gallic acid proved beneficial for treating heart damage as a result of type 1 diabetes.

Benefits from Catechins

Cerassie tea is rich in catechins, which are the same compounds found in green tea. Catechins are a flavonol, a natural antioxidant. They are associated with having vasoprotective abilities, as well as anti-inflammatory and cholesterol-lowering potential. A study in “Obesity” published in 2007 found that the catechins in green tea helped lower overall body fat content, potentially improving overall heart health.

Brewing Cerassie Tea

Cerassie tea — also known as cerasee tea — is most commonly sold dried in tea bags, as the fresh leaves are found only in Africa and Asia. To make the tea, add one teabag or 1 to 2 tablespoons of the dried leaves to a cup of boiling water. For a stronger taste, heat up the leaves with the water. Because cerassie tea is naturally bitter, many people add water, a bit of honey or sugar to make it more palatable.

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What Are the Health Benefits of Cerassie Tea?. Cerassie tea is made from the leaves of the bitter melon plant, which is grown throughout Africa and Asia. Tea made with the leaves — like tea made with the bitter melon fruit — has a very bitter taste. Taste aside, cerassie tea is rich in a large number of phenols …