2022 Sun Grown Plants From Clones

Smiling woman holding two large cannabis plants in white grow bags.

WE ARE SOLD OUT AND CLOSED FOR THE 2022 SEASON. THANKS EVERYONE AND HAPPY HARVEST.

Contact us to check on availability, prices and varieties. 
Contact us for more info@planthumboldt.com

These can be purchased by both retail customers and by CA licensed cultivators. Check our Cultivator page for more info. Retail customers can come into the nursery during normal hours and pick out your own plants from what is available. 

For updates on when your favorite varieties are ready, sales, cultivation tips and more, sign up to our email list.  We also post regular availability notices on our Instagram @PlantHumboldt, though our mailing list will get first priority, before the general public.

Container size: 4×4 pots, 6×6 or 1-gallon.
Height: 10”-36” tall, depending on pot size.
Nursery environment: mostly outdoors, natural sunlight. Plants are hardened-off.

Rows of healthy, vigorous cannabis starts are lined up on wooden greenhouse benches awaiting sale.

All our cutting-grown plants are well-rooted, sun-acclimated and growing in 4″, 6″ or 1-gallon pots. This takes the risk out of planting fragile little cuttings direct from the grow-room to the outdoors and gives your garden a two-week jump start on the season.

2022 COVID-19 update. We take the pandemic seriously and ask that you take precautions while visiting and traveling. All nursery staff are vaccinated and the nursery is open-air, so there is a very low risk of transmission. To be on the safe side, we ask that you maintain a minimum of 6′ or greater distance from employees and other customers and be aware that many of our customers use cannabis for medical reasons and may be more vulnerable to infection from any virus. If you want to wear a mask but don’t have one, we have paper ones we can give you. If you’re more comfortable around nursery staff with masks, we can put one on when serving you.
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