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Because bedstraw gallops over and around all surrounding plants, there is no herbicide that can be used safely. The only option is the gardener’s usual “seek and destroy” of pulling and bagging it up. Luckily, it is shallowly rooted. The only good part is that the prickly plants can be shaped into a ball and lobbed out of the bed. If bedstraw is composted, the seeds will survive. It may be necessary to put it in a black, plastic bag, add a little water and lay the closed bag in the sun with the intention of steaming the seeds into submission.

For many gardeners, this spring has brought an invader that seems supercharged and has popped up in many garden beds and areas that are not managed. It has many common names such as bedstraw, cleavers, catchweed bedstraw, sticky-weed or sticky-willie, to name just a few. Its botanical name is Galium aparine. If you have ever fought with it, you will remember it, even it you didn’t know its name.

Bedstraw produces small, white flowers followed by many small fruit that contain two seeds each. The round, green fruit and seeds are also prickly cling-tights. It is very easy for people or animals to pick up a load of hitchhiking seeds and transport them to a new area. The leaf layout is distinctive. The six to eight narrow, green leaves are arranged in whorls around the stem.

Bedstraw. Photo credit: Ted Bodner, plants.usda.gov

The annual weed bedstraw has made its presence known across Michigan gardens.

Bedstraw grows rapidly in the spring and has long, weak stems and leaves that cling to everything like Velcro. Bedstraw climbs haphazardly over all of the surrounding plants, creating a sticky tangle of vines. Both the leaves and the stems have fine hairs tipped with tiny hooks. Because of its rapid growth, it can shade out smaller plants in a short time. When bedstraw grows in the sun, the prickly hairs are more robust than on shaded plants and can be more irritating to those pulling it out. The irritation is similar to being sandpapered. If you are sensitive to this scratchy plant, wear long sleeves and gloves when removing it.

Every spring, some obnoxious or annoying weed becomes a big pest in many yards and gardens. Andy Warhol’s statement made long ago could also be applied to weeds: “They all get their 15 minutes of fame.” Some magic confluence of temperatures and rainfall has favored it over all the other weeds residing in many yards.

Keep in mind that bedstraw can grow in the late spring and fall, too. So be on the lookout for this grabby weed and pull it when it is small. And remember that next year, another weed will have its moment of fame.

The root system is a very large, thick, fleshy taproot that has a brown, corky, shredded surface.

The genus name Arctium was derived from the Greek word for ‘bear’ and likely refers to the scruffy, brown look of the burs.

Root System:

Cotyledons of common burdock and giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) are similar, but giant ragweed cotyledons are smaller. As young seedlings, broadleaf dock (Rumex obtusifolius) and curly dock (Rumex crispus) can be confused with common burdock except they do not have hairs on the underside of the leaves. As a rosette, common burdock resembles cultivated rhubarb (Rheum rhabarbarum), but the leaves of rhubarb do not have wooly undersides and its petioles are solid and tinged red. Common burdock flowers are similar to those of bull thistle (Cirsium vulgare), but bull thistle stems and leaves have spines and its leaves are deeply lobed. Great burdock (Arctium lappa) is similar in appearance to common burdock except it grows to 9 feet tall, has larger flower heads arranged in flat-topped clusters, and the petioles of its rosette leaves are not hollow.

Velcro was inspired by the tiny hooks on the burs of this plant that stick to fur and clothing, similar to the sticky side of Velcro.

Common burdock is reported to have a high mineral and vitamin content and is commonly found in health food stores in pill form.

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On average, a single cannabis seed cost about 10 EUR – 15 EUR (12 USD – 18 USD) each.

Prices of cannabis seeds are determined by various factors. Here you can think of:

How much do weed seeds cost?

In many countries, also in the Netherlands whereby far the most cannabis seeds are developed, it’s forbidden to grow cannabis plants and there are hefty prison sentences and fines. Yet, to produce cannabis seeds and to meet demand, many plants are needed. Breeders therefore have to take risks.

People who plan to start growing weed will soon be dealing with many questions. Here you can think of: What do I need to start growing? Where do I get my supplies? Which strain shall I grow, and how much do weed seeds cost?

Besides the production process and the risks that affect prices, genetics are also a very important factor in the determination of the price. Genetics are actually the DNA of the plant and in addition to the environmental factors, genetics determines the degree of potency. Here you can think of the quality of the weed, taste, ripening and yields.

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Check out these new strains from Barneys Farm seedbank Barneys Farm Glookies feminised seeds.

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We’ve actually got some cool guides on our blog. Check out our beginners guide to choosing the best cannabis seeds and our top tips on how to store and preserve seeds here.

Here, you’ll find every top brand as well as some of the equally creative little guys, meaning there’s something for everyone, even the most advanced seed specialists looking for something new.

All of these beautiful seeds are only sold by us to be collected or used as fish bait or bird seed; in the UK it is illegal to germinate cannabis seeds to grow into cannabis plants. Once you buy seeds, you’re fully responsible to stay within the law and should always check the law in your country before purchasing.

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Also, keep a look out for award-winning seeds. If they’ve won the High Times Cup, you simply can’t go wrong and there will be a wealth of information online about those particular strains so you’ll be in the best position when your order arrives.

Autoflowering seeds are high performance seeds that will automatically flower from their vegetative state without much effort. With just the minimal amount of TLC, they will flower and generally produce high yields. They can be regular or feminised, so it’s just about making life easier for yourself.

Over the years, they have been developed to be great options for both indica and sativa heavy strains, meaning they’re potent and fast. Like their feminised counterparts, they are also resilient and easy to maintain indoors or outdoors. For this, we can be thankful to the skilled breeders, such as Auto Seeds, Critical Mass and Royal Queen Seeds.

Both CBD and THC are active chemicals or cannabinoids present in the marijuana plant and are both able to be extracted from the plant. However, each chemical has very different characteristics.

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(The same can’t be said for most other milkweeds.)

Zinnias add multi-bursts of color to your garden with their showy blooms. The taller varieties attract large butterflies including monarchs, and those hyper-winged hummers.

Buy this for the hummers, but look for some late season visits from monarchs too.

3. Mexican Sunflowers

If you’re concerned about hurting monarchs by growing tropical milkweed, there are simple precautions you can take in the few warm weather regions where this can be an issue. Click Here for More Info

Get more bang from your asclepias selections. These 3 varieties are all monarchs host plants for caterpillars, and nectar plants for both monarch butterflies and hummingbirds…and lots of other pollinators!

Some people believe that by creating a butterfly garden focused on monarchs, you’ll leave the other poor pollinators out in the cold…that couldn’t be further from the truth!

Possibly the best nectar flower for attracting both beauties to your garden doorstep. The brilliant orange flowers are tall beacons of light that the pollinators can’t miss. However, the dwarf varieties have not shown similar powers of attraction.

Trumpet vine’s sap has a skin irritant that makes some people and livestock itch if they come into contact with it, hence one of its common names: cow itch vine.

Trumpet vines prefer well-draining soil, but they’ll thrive in almost any soil. No need to add organic matter at the time of planting.

Plant trumpet vine in one of those 5-gallon plastic buckets sold by Lowes, Home Depot and Ace Hardware. Cut the bottom out of it, then put the container in a hole in the ground in your yard. The bucket will keep the vine’s roots from spreading. You’ll get trumpet vine without its nuisance aspects.

Varieties of Trumpet Vine

Trumpet vine is an easy-to-grow native plant that has masses of showy, yellow, orange or red trumpet-shaped flowers that hummingbirds adore. Sounds great, right? Well hold on before you plant it. The woody perennial vine can take over a yard in a single season in the warmest, wettest places, growing 30 and 40 feet tall and covering trees and fences faster than you say “Damn that invasive plant!” If you’re not vigilant, trumpet vine can escape your yard and choke out other plants in the surrounding landscape.

Pruning: Did we mention you need to prune these guys? It’s nigh impossible to overprune a trumpet vine. It’s so vigorous a grower it always comes back. Early in spring before new growth appears, cut the plant nearly to the ground, because aggressive pruning is the only way to keep it from taking over your yard.

That said, for people who live in arid climates, trumpet vines are a go-to plant. I and my neighbors in New Mexico adored our trumpet vines because they thrived in the infertile, hard-pan soil, survived on our paltry 15 inches of rainfall a year and endured tough Rocky Mountain winters. Trumpet vine brought a welcome shot of tropical color to the high-desert landscape.

They grow in part shade to full sun, but you’ll get the most blooms in full sun.

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Treated fescue and perennial ryegrass lawns may be re-seeded immediately after application, however, wait 3 weeks after application to Kentucky bluegrass before reseeding.

1 Temporary discoloration may occur on Kentucky Bluegrass lawns, but they will recover.

Do not use on St. Augustinegrass including floratam, Bermudagrass, bentgrass, zoysiagrass, centipede or bahia lawns.

When to Use

Do NOT use around these ornamental plants: barharbor juniper, philodendron, pittosporum, podocarpus, salvia.

On lawns without harming lawn grass.

To control Bermudagrass, up to seven applications spaced one month apart may be required. Make the first application in the spring when the Bermudagrass begins to green up. Repeat the following growing season if necessary.

Spray when listed grass weeds are small and actively growing and temperatures are below 90 degrees F.

All seed bags will have a seed label printed, pasted or sown on the bag. There are several pieces of information on a seed label that needs consideration prior to purchasing the product.

Blends of Kentucky bluegrass look very rich with dark blue-green colors, have pretty good resistance to brown patch disease, however, they do require more inputs of fertilizer and water to maintain that rich cover through the summer months. They are also more susceptible to dollar spot, leaf spot and summer patch diseases. Selecting bluegrass varieties that offer some resistance to some of these diseases is a practical first step in lawn establishment. Bluegrasses do develop tillers and small rhizomes, which allow bluegrasses to recover from thinning or other problems.

Specie Selection

Seeding with a power-seeder or slit-seeder will plant turfgrass seed without the need for complete tillage. These can be rented at most rental or hardware stores for a nominal fee. They can be used for complete renovation jobs as well as partial renovations on thinned out areas of your lawn. They simply plant seed into a powder seedbed or actually plant the seed into shallow furrows on 3-inch centers. Achieving good seed to soil contact is the most effective way to get complete germination of your seed, as these two techniques perform. These procedures generally do not require the use of straw.

The next selections are Kentucky bluegrasses; some may have only a single variety, others are blends. One can always check the seed tag to know what you are purchasing. These products usually offer some of the better varieties acceptable for Missouri as well. They include:

So which varieties do you select once you decide on a blend or mixture? There are many resources available that list turfgrass varieties for Missouri. State turfgrass specialist, MU guide sheets, garden centers and other lawn care experts are good sources for information about turfgrass selections and varieties.

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It is also one of the most nutritious plants on the planet, said to contain more healthful omega 3 fats than any other plant there is.   So before you poison it, consider instead harvesting it for use in salads or in stir-fries. As a preface to strained yogurt and garlic, the author says of purslane that it “has been present in many ancient cuisines all over the world for thousands of years.” Purslane is a personal favorite among the edible weeds listed here. If you like juicy foods, then this plant, being a succulent, furnishes plenty of juice in every bite.

A common lawn weed that resembles a type of clover but isn’t one is Oxalis stricta, better-known as sourgrass or as yellow wood sorrel.

For more environmentally friendly controls, you can simply to pull up the clover. Be aware, though that the presence of the clover in the first place indicates that your soil is lacking in nitrogen. If you remove the clover, you should add nitrogen in the form of compost or granular fertilizer. If entire patches of lawn are bare once the clover is removed, you should reseed these areas with turf grass. To prevent the reappearance of clover, keep these spots healthy and well-fed.

Purslane (Portulaca oleracea)

There are many species of clover, all of which homeowners would like to banish from the lawn. This is perhaps a mistake, as clovers are actually quite healthy for a lawn. It is fragrant, resists most pests, helps to aerate the soil, and best of all, as a member of the pea family, clover actually adds nitrogen to the soil. There is a lot to be said for a lawn that contains a healthy percentage of clover within its turf-grass blend. Besides red clover (Trifolium pratense), white clover (Trifolium repens) is the most common lawn clover.

The common dandelion is a member of the aster family. It arrived in North America from Europe and quickly established itself as a wildflower—and common lawn weed.

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Unlike many lawn weeds, this one is indigenous to North America, not a foreign invader.

Very widely naturalised in Australia, and most abundant in the northern and eastern parts of the country. It is common in Queensland, the Northern Territory and eastern New South Wales and scattered in other parts of New South Wales, in southern Victoria, in northern and south-western Western Australia and some parts of South Australia. Also naturalised on Norfolk Island and Christmas Island. Widely naturalised elsewhere in the world, including southern USA (i.e. California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Georgia and North Carolina) and on several Pacific islands (i.e. the Cook Islands, Fiji, French Polynesia, Guam, Kiribati, Nauru, New Caledonia, the Solomon Islands and Hawaii.

A short-lived or long-lived grass forming open tussocks with upright flowering stems up to 1 m tall. Its open seed-heads are usually a distinctive reddish colour when young. These seed-heads turn pink and then whitish in colour as they mature. Its numerous flower spikelets are covered in silky hairs that give the seed-heads a fluffy appearance.

A very common weed of roadsides, railways, parks, gardens, footpaths, disturbed sites, waste areas, pastures and crops in tropical and sub-tropical regions. Also present in temperate, semi-arid and arid areas.

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If you are faced with a neglected lawn that’s partially dead and is being taken over by weeds, you may be able to renovate it. Restoring a deteriorated lawn may be possible if the weeds and dead spots cover less than 40 percent of the lawn area. Renovation of a weedy lawn involves more than just mowing down the weeds and throwing some grass seed over the lawn.

The soil nutrients most important to healthy grass plants are nitrogen, potassium and phosphorous. Supply these nutrients by applying a commercial fertilizer formulated for starting lawns and lightly rake it into the soil before you reseed. Buy a grass-seed blend suited to your climate and local conditions and spread it over the lawn with a drop spreader or rotary spreader. Absent a different recommendation from the grass-seed grower, spread the seed at a rate of 2 pounds per 1,000 square feet on a lawn with substantial plots of live grass and 3 pounds per 1,000 square feet on bare soil. Water lightly once or twice a day to keep soil moist but not sopping wet. Don’t mow until the new grass gets 3.5 inches tall.

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Most deteriorated lawns have a built-up layer of dead and partially rotted grass stems, roots and rhizomes just below the green grass leaves. This is known as thatch, and it must be removed before reseeding so water and fertilizer can reach the new seed. For small lawns, you can remove thatch with a garden rake. For large areas, go over the lawn with a power dethatcher, also known as a vertical mower or power rake. These machines can be rented from garden centers. Remove the clumps of matter left by the machine with a garden rake and level the soil by raking it.

The best time for lawn renovation throughout the U.S. is mid-August to mid-September. Most weeds have not yet dropped their seeds and there will be little new weed growth. Also, reseeding at this time will give the new grass a chance to establish itself before going dormant for winter. Get rid of the weeds by manually pulling up large, spreading weeds. Follow up by applying a selective herbicide product that kills common broadleaf lawn weeds while not harming grass. For tough grassy weeds, like quack grass or crabgrass, use a nonselective herbicide such as glyphosate on the spots where these weeds have established themselves. Normally, all weeds will be dead within two weeks. Apply another herbicide dose in three weeks to get newly sprouted weeds.

If you have had a dry summer with below-normal rainfall, you need to replenish soil moisture before preparing a seedbed. Give the entire lawn a thorough watering, soaking until water has penetrated to a depth of at least 6 inches, then allow the surface to dry for a day or two before starting soil preparation.

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Do you avoid growing outdoors because you live in a cold climate? Did you know you can still achieve a fantastic yield outdoors with autos? These five strains thrive in the cold! They also produce high levels of THC, delicious aromatic terpenes, and rewarding yields that will keep your stash jars topped up to the rim.

But, what makes a successful outdoor strain in these environments? Well, speed and hardiness play an important role. Autoflowering genes tick both of these boxes. These varieties handle pests and bad weather with relative ease.

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Despite their ability to adapt, growers should still be strategic about when to sow seeds and where to put their plants. Aim to sow seeds around April and transplant them outdoors after the last frost. Try and situate them in an area of the garden that receives around 8 hours of the sun, while being sheltered from high winds.

Living in a cooler climate doesn’t mean you can’t grow weed outdoors. By growing strains designed for these conditions, you can also enjoy the blissful moments of tending to cannabis plants under the summer sun.

Autos are much more compatible with the high humidity, short summers, and cold nights of cooler northern regions. The underpinning ruderalis genetics of these strains adapted to their harsh environments in Russia and surrounding regions, making them perfectly suited to other cold climates.

Durban Poison is a robust strain of cannabis that can withstand a range of climates making it ideal for growing in the northeast. We class it as easy or moderate to grow for novice cultivators and the good news is that growing outside produces the highest yields. In fact, it loves to be outside, and all being well, you should not be surprised to see plants towering above you higher than seven feet! So although perhaps not the best choice for a stealth grow, you can look forward to a rapid harvest in a little as nine weeks.

The Blue Cheese strain is a lavish producer, able to offer yields of 800 g per plant outdoors, where the expected harvest arrives mid-October. You’ll drool when you see the quantities of compact and bulky buds, with a rich and aromatic resin.

Blue Cheese is a marijuana plant that responds very well to all the attention that is dedicated to it, with basic irrigation and nourishment care, it grows properly and grows with great strength and vigour. One major advantage is its ability to deal with humidity and parasite problems.

5. Durban Poison

The Northern Lights Autoflowering is a very homogeneous, fast, productive cannabis plant that is very easy to grow. It looks good indoors and outdoors, it is one of the varieties that best withstand errors or carelessness during cultivation.

Due to her fairly high THC level the effect is powerful and long-lasting, very relaxing in the body. If you need to relax and forget the world for a long time, Blue Cheese is a perfect choice.

The short answer is ‘yes’ you can successfully grow weed outside in the NE of the USA in places such as New England and Massachusetts – where growing weed for medicinal purposes is legal incidentally so long as it is out of public view. However, to do so you must select the right varieties that will cope in cooler, wetter climates. Here are five strains that will do well in the northeast:

Northern Lights grows with great vigour and develops strong, fairly branched stems and many knots in little space, a detail that anticipates its high production. Its leaves are large leaflets, very jagged and of a promising dark tone.

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High quality feminized Indica strains, known for their powerful sedative stone.

Feminized marijuana (Cannabis, Weed) seeds are specifically bred to produce 99% female plants. It is these female plants that produce flowers which over the course of the flowering stage develop into the glistening, fragrant buds that are dried, smoked and used to medicate. They are the pot of green gold at the end of the growing cycle rainbow.

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These highly sought after female marijuana (Cannabis, weed) seeds give growers full control over their operations helping eradicate any potential variations in phenotype and ensure only the finest buds are produced. Our range of feminized marijuana (Cannabis, weed) seeds is extensive and developed by our breeders to offer a variety of seeds for all tastes. They consist of Indica, Sativa and hybrid photoperiod and autoflowering genetics which contain Cannabis Cup Winners, Blue, Purple and Cheese strains amongst an array of other weed seed varieties.

Female producing feminized strains, developed specifically for indoor setups.

In recent years the evolution of weed seed production has allowed MSNL breeders to develop some of the finest feminized seed genetics available. By isolating and removing the male hormone our female cannabis seeds produce 99.9% female plants, allowing growers to increase the speed of production and range of strains they can produce at a given time. Although not always the case, it is generally the male plant that growers try to avoid as it the males which can cross pollinate, fertilizing the female plants in your setup. This leads to a lower quality final product that often leaves buds riddled with seeds.

Most marijuana seeds quote their production per square meter yields, unfortunately the weights are given for plants grown indoors employing methods and proven techniques to maximize yield while simultaneously decreasing the growing period to a minimum.

More and more people are choosing to grow marijuana seeds in Newfoundland, for both recreational and medical purposes. Choosing the right marijuana seeds for your growing style and level of experience is paramount in producing a healthy harvest and abundant yield. If you are considering growing marijuana in Newfoundland, we hope some of these tips and methods will assist you.

Buying marijuana seeds in Newfoundland online is quick, simple and totally secure when you order from a reputable website. We offer a wide and varied assortment of the popular marijuana seeds in Newfoundland for both indoor and outdoor growers.

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A large number of these plants will reach up to 2 meters in height taking-on a large tree-like shape, flowering as the sunlight hours begin to reduce, usually achieving complete ripeness about the middle to late September, and even early October for some strains.

Whether it’s pure, female-only feminized seeds, regular or the latest autoflowering marijuana seeds for sale in Newfoundland you require, our selection of high quality, stable seeds are guaranteed to germinate, producing the highest quality plants. All purchases include guaranteed delivery, and although cheap marijuana seeds may seem appealing, they rarely produce high quality harvests or yields.

There is an extensive and varied choice of marijuana seeds and strains, and buying the right seeds for your garden is a critical stage in generating a good harvest of potent Cannabis buds. As with all plants, marijuana seeds can be grown outdoors, but many of these new strains excel when they are grown indoors, generating their biggest yields when subjected to an even twelve hour light-twelve hours of darkness ratio which would be almost impossible to achieve if they are grown outside.

A lot of experienced and successful cash-crop marijuana growers plant cannabis seeds outside during the middle to late part of Spring, allowing the plants an extensive vegetative period. As the hours of natural daylight increasing until the solstice in June, the plants have plenty of opportunity to develop tall creating a strong lateral branch network capable of holding hard, dense and very swollen buds.

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Breeding is done by choosing two strains and combining the male and female through cross-pollination to create a flower-producing female. This is mostly done in an indoor setting to prevent them from being contaminated by other plants. When the female matures, you get Sativa marijuana seeds.

After all, it removes the guesswork, increases yield, and is highly potent, unlike male plants. It is done by stressing the female plant during the flowering stage. Alternatively, you can spray your female plants with chemicals such as colloidal silver.

Breeding

Cannabis Sativa seeds rise to mature marijuana plants characterized by an uplifting high, tall plant structure with long leaves. They are a favorite among cannabis lovers looking for a daytime strain as they give consumers energetic body buzz that gets them moving.

Maui Wowie hails from the Island of Maui, meaning that it thrives in warm and wet climates. Growing these feminized Sativa seeds is easy as they are resistant to mold and mildew. The plants can get very high, up to 70 inches (175 cm), making them suitable for outdoor growth.

Bruce Banner Sativa seeds for sale can be found at the Dutch Seeds Shop all year round. So if you want to grow this potent strain, all you have to do is visit our seeds bank and buy Sativa seeds for your garden. Bruce Banner boasts a high THC content averaging between 18 – 24% and low levels of CBD. This strain is ideal for growers with moderate experience and excels in indoor and outdoor settings. They prefer mild climates and grow into very tall plants with a flowering period of 60 – 65 days. Bruce Banner yields will never disappoint you, as indoor crops will give you about 1.5 – 1.6 oz/ft² (450 – 500 g/m²) and 21 oz (600 gr) per plant for outdoor crops.

The major difference between indica and sativa is that Sativa plants take longer to grow and harvest. They generally have a longer flowering cycle as it takes more time for the buds to mature. They may even yield less bud than indica strains.. yet the rewards are well worth it!

Many people prefer the sativa high because of it’s uplifting glow and stimulating effects. Sativa’s deliver a more cerebral and thoughtful high, great for brainstorming ideas or to inspire creative expression. Sativa buds have the opposite effect of their Indica counterparts. You are far more likely to chill on the couch with a pure Indica vs Sativa’s much more energetic and social high.

CANNABIS SATIVA STRAINS

Sativa Seeds tend to grow taller, thinner plants that do well out doors in warmer climates with longer summers. The Sativa plant leaves are generally long and narrow with a lighter shade of green.

Our Sativa Cannabis Seeds come in CBD, feminized or regular seeds, as well as autoflowering or photoperiod. We recommend trying a few different types of marijuana seeds to find the best sativa strains and the right fit for you.