2021 Seed-Grown Starts

Sold out of plants and closed for the 2021 season!

See you in March 2022.
Licensed cultivators can place pre-orders for seed grown plants starting in November 2021. Email us for details: info@planthumboldt.com

Scroll down or click here for list of upcoming varieties

2021 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, but particularly the highly contagious Delta variant. 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.
More info here.

We think the best cannabis starts are grown from seed in the full sun, like nature intended. Plants grown from seed under natural sunlight are bigger, stronger, more vigorous and easier to grow, especially for those new to cannabis cultivation.

We sell our seed-grown plants in large, 2-gallon pots. This allows plenty of space for extensive root development and time to grow into big healthy plants.
Size: by the time plants show their sex, they are typically 16″ to 30″ tall.
Price: All seed grown, guaranteed female plants are $60 each, which includes all state and local sales and excise taxes. (Licensed cultivators contact us for commercial pricing.)

Cannabis is a dioecious genus, meaning some plants have male flowers and others have the desired female flower clusters commonly known as “buds”. Determining the sex of the plants early on can be difficult, but we guarantee our plants to be female, taking the guess work out of it for both home gardeners and licensed cultivators.

If you’re a DCC licensed cultivator we can set up a custom grow and delivery contract! Get the varieties you want when you’re ready for them. Save the last-minute scramble to find plants. If you’re interested in a pre-order custom growing contract, see our For Commercial Cultivators page. We will be taking custom orders for the 2022 growing season starting in late November 2021 (licensed cultivators only).

See our Who Can Shop page for details. For medical or recreational home growers, you can come to the nursery and pick out your own plants right from our large production area. Take a cannabis tourism vacation and see the amazing Lost Coast and ancient redwoods while you’re here. We’ll even hold your plants for a couple days while you explore.

Note that we don’t do pre-ordering for personal use or medical use growers, but you can come in and pick out your plants. If there is something specific you want, come in early in the season when we have a huge selection.

If you want to be sure to get certain varieties, don’t wait because popular ones can sell out quickly. After the seed plants are sold out, we typically have cutting-grown mid-sized plants in 4″ pots through the end of August.

Note: we only sell growing plants and a limited selections of seeds We do not sell any processed cannabis products. See your local retail dispensary. We recommend local Southern Humboldt dispensary The Country Club in Redway.

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2022 Seed Grown Variety List will be available here sometime in late November 2021

These are guaranteed female plants in 2-gallon pots.
We will have varieties from Mother’s Genetics, Humboldt Seed Company and a few of our own Plant Humboldt exclusive varieties each year.

Note that these are seed-grown plants, not clones. We don’t sell them until we can clearly identify female plants.

If you live far away, please call during business hours to confirm availability! Plants can sell out quickly.

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