Still, most Californians haven’t visited a legal weed store—legal sales are just a little over two years old.
Los Angeleno weed nerds looking to grow a personalized, exotic strain flock to longtime all-star outlet Buds & Roses, located in the San Fernando Valley, north of downtown, said owner Aaron Justis.
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“It takes a lot of work to get them all in. We’ve established ourselves as the premier store and our seed selection has gone with it,” Smith said.
The iconic Prop 215 club survived the Prop. 64 transition and stocks a wide variety of legal cannabis seeds as a matter of principle. Buying, collecting, growing, and making new seeds ensures plant diversity, Justis said.
4. Seedsman – Best for specialized strains
Despite this, experts still advise customers against requesting expedited delivery or a shipping method that requires a signature. This helps avoid drawing attention to the package or being forced to sign for the delivery.
One thing that stands out about this site is the number of options and categories for all types of growers. On the main menu, consumers choose from beginner seeds, auto flowers, feminized seeds, medical seeds, mixed packs, grow kits, special deals, and seed-growing nutrients. All their seeds come with a germination guarantee and are authentic strains.
- Standard $10 delivery fee
- One to two-week shipping time
- Website is pretty basic, geared towards beginners only
5. QCS (Quebec Cannabis Seeds) – Best for experienced growers
The company stocks specific categories and many award-winning seeds, including products for growing at high-altitude and mold-resistant strains.