Hemp Seed Get Growing Package
Join gardeners across America growing hemp! As easy to grow as a tomato, on a patio or in a backyard. Late spring through fall, warm season annual bears flowers high in CBD with a sweet floral aroma, excellent for culinary and smoking applications. Plant in containers or in your vegetable garden, versatile and adaptable, easy to grow.
Seeds are easy to start, and your package comes with a how-to guide and a beautiful letter pressed Canna Card.
*** We are so excited to provide this get started package to you that now through June 15th they are 15% off ***
Growing hemp is fun and easy, but please get in touch with us if you have any questions and checkout our blog for tips.
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- (5) feminized seeds with on packet instructions
- How-to Guide with more growing details
- Beautiful Canna Card to share
- Easy to grow, and makes a great gift!
**Only Available in Alaska, Arizona (indoor growers), California, Colorado, District Of Columbia, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, New York, Oregon**
More about 'Victory' high CBD hemp
Our 'Victory' high CBD hemp is grown nationally and is a rewarding, vigorous plant that yields flowers high in CBD. Whether you start from a seed, or have your plants direct shipped from our farm, you can expect quality.
• Size: 4’-5’ tall, 3-4' width
• Days to Maturity: Early October
• Productivity: 1/2 lb flower
• Light Requirement: Full Sun
• Water Needs: Moderate
• Growth Habit: Upright
• Growth Rate: Fast
• Attributes: Smokeable, Edible, Fragrant, Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Flowers for Cutting, Waterwise
Plant in enriched garden soil 1-2 weeks after last frost, similar to planting tomatoes. Leave 4-5’ of space between each plant. Water regularly in hot climates. If desired, before flower set prune aggressively to keep plant to desired shape and size. Feed regularly with an all purpose fertilizer. Harvest late September to early October when the flowers are mature. Tender leaves may be used through the season as an herb or juice.