Although many classic old-school landraces have been lost or outbred over the years, some breeders/collectors still provide weed and marijuana seeds, which give growers around the globe access to rare locality-adapted and native varieties, providing an evergreen source of cash crops year-round. And although they may not be as exotic as some of today’s more exotic strains, marijuana and weed seeds from local growers are just as profitable and satisfying for all those that grow them and those who enjoy them.
Marijuana and weed seeds from locally grown plants are very versatile. For example, some of the weed strains found in small urban gardens are quite different than what you might find growing in a rural environment. Some of the strains found growing in a city garden will be less robust than those found growing in a more remote area, even with the recent introduction of hybrid strains. Some of the weed strains found growing in a city garden are often slower growing than the ones growing on smaller plots of land. And because of the large number of people who can grow these herbs in their own gardens, the variety available is virtually limitless.
These same herbs can be used to cultivate in a variety of different environments. One of the most popular forms of cultivation today is indoor gardening, which allows homeowners to grow a variety of weed and marijuana plants at one time. This is a particularly useful option for those who don’t have a large enough space for outdoor cultivation, but who desire to have a variety of different marijuana plant choices.
Marijuana and weed seeds from the many different regions of the country are now available for all kinds of herb and marijuana growing enthusiasts. You can find seed sources for popular weed strains, such as Haze, White Widow, Black Jack, Sour Diesel, Blue Dream, Pennyroyal, Cheech and Chong, Buddha, Purple Haze, Sour Tsunami, and more, at several online retailers. In addition, there are seed providers for popular strains of medical marijuana, including the likes of Purple Kush, Blue Dream, California Emerald, and Strain X, as well as many others that provide growers with a good selection of strains suited to different needs. For instance, there are a large number of high quality, low-potency strains of medical marijuana available, including Lemon Skunk #1, Bubba, Blue Dream, Hawaiian, Bubba Kush, and more.
The most popular indica plant, indica, is also known as “Hemlock,” and grows easily in many different environments. One popular strain that is popular for its low potency is the Blue Dream, which are native to the southwestern U.S., and Mexico, and is cultivated all over the West Indies. With its distinctive blue-green hue and slightly sweet smell, it is an excellent indoor garden plant, suitable for most gardens, with very little water.
Hybrid plants, or crossbreeds, are often a result of crossing two varieties of the same plant with another, usually non-flowering variety. A common crossbreed is between indica, sativa, and hybrids such as Skunk #1, with indices being typically bred for their high potency, and natives for their ability to grow fast and produce numerous flowers and buds.
Other popular weed crosses include Blue Dream, Skunk #1, and many others, which often contain indica and sativa strains with other non-flowering strains. Other hybrid crosses include Haze, White Widow, and several others. Hybridization is necessary to yield a better result, so it is important to consider the climate of the area in which you plan on growing your plants when trying to crossbreed strains.
For indoor gardening, hybrid seeds are generally not as expensive as seedlings, especially when compared to seedlings, which can cost hundreds of dollars for just a single plant. You can save even more money, however, by growing multiple plants in a single pot. Hybrid plants come in many different varieties, so growing several of the same type will enable you to crossbreed strains without much trouble. In fact, many hybrid plants can be used to crossbreed indica and sativas, and then crossbreeds of these plants with hybrid crosses, resulting in the creation of a hybrid strain that has the desired results of each parent.
Many hybrid seeds are also available in many different colors and types, meaning that you can experiment with a wider selection of strains. If you are looking to create a new variety or to sell, there are many sellers who specialize in selling marijuana seeds.
While there are many advantages to growing hybrid seeds, you should keep in mind that, although they are much less expensive, they are not always the easiest plants to grow. Hybrid seeds are also harder to harvest from, so if you plan on growing a large amount of them, it is important to know what methods are best for getting the most yield out of your plants.