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Where to buy weed seeds online in the US

To save weed growers the hassle of finding and navigating a trustworthy seed source, we played secret shopper at some of the weed internet’s most recommended cannabis seed banks, evaluating menus and pricing, verifying breeder relationships, stress-testing services, and placing orders.

Read on for our explainer on seed banks, and further below you’ll see our reviews of five trustworthy cannabis seed banks that we recommend for your next seed purchase. And proceed with confidence, knowing that Leafly has no monetized relationships with any of the reviewed retailers.

What is a seed bank?

The term “seed bank” refers to companies who preserve cannabis genetics in seed form and sell those seeds to homegrowers and commercial growers. Their seeds can be common strains as well as heritage, rare, and clone-only genetics.

In their infancy, decades ago, cannabis seed banks primarily operated in the Netherlands because of the country’s lax view of cannabis, and never in the US. Many produced the seeds they sold. Some still do.

Buyers paid cash, which was usually stuffed into birthday cards or folded inside backpage order forms and snail-mailed over the ocean. Things didn’t always pan out, but the risks were worth it to get weed strains made popular in Amsterdam’s bustling coffeeshop scene.

Today, that’s all changed. US seed sellers far outweigh old-timey European ones, are reliable, and stock an enormously influential pool of American breeders, largely eclipsing overseas efforts.

While the days of cash in envelopes are mostly behind us—supplanted by credit card and cryptocurrency transactions—buying seeds still isn’t straightforward.

Is it legal to buy weed seeds online?

Weed seeds can be considered a cannabis product just like flower, edibles, concentrates, and vape carts, and their legality depends on which state you live in. People living in some states with adult-use legalization can buy seeds within their own state, but seeds can’t cross state lines. People living in states with medical marijuana legalization may only be able to buy seeds if they have a medical card.

Some companies and growers argue that since seeds contain little, if any, THC that they can be considered “hemp” under the 2018 Farm Bill and thus exempt from federal drug laws. However, that theory has not been tested in court, and you might not be able to protect yourself with that argument. The Controlled Substances Act considers seeds as cannabis, and seeds are only considered “hemp” if they come from a hemp plant.

Cannabis seeds are often sold for “novelty” or “souvenir” purposes, but it is illegal for cannabis seeds to cross state lines or to bring them into the US from another country. US Customs or state officials will seize any cannabis seeds they find in packages or on a person.

Additionally, homegrow laws differ by locality. Check your state and local laws before purchasing or germinating seeds.

How do I know where to buy quality weed seeds?

Seed banks don’t build trust like e-commerce sites typically do. Websites often look outdated, even a little unprofessional. Reputable sites can lack standard e-commerce elements like product descriptions or photographs, or even integrated credit card processing.

On the other hand, some seed bank startups have investment capital and can present a familiar e-commerce consumer experience. Ferrying shoppers through sales funnels into modernized websites, these companies usually sell their own seed lines rather than genetics from known, established breeders.

While there’s nothing wrong with breeders who sell seeds this way, there’s no guarantee that the strains they sell bear any resemblance to their namesake genetics without independent community verification of their products, via growers or third-party seed banks. We think of this as similar to the CBD market, where convincing branding doesn’t necessarily describe an effective product.

So to know where to buy quality cannabis seeds, consumers must vet seed sellers the same way growers have since the dawn of digital communities: by trading information on cannabis cultivation forums, where growers both experienced and new can discuss what they’re currently running in their gardens, as well as where they sourced their seeds.

Read on for five of the most trustworthy sources to buy cannabis seeds in the US in 2022.

Neptune Seed Bank

Extensive selection, wide price range, average perks

Background

  • Established: 2015
  • Location: Los Angeles, California
  • Customer service options: email, snail mail
  • Perks: Points program, occasional discounts and sales, seed freebies

Shopping stats

  • Seeds: Envy Genetics’ MelonBlow (Melonade x BlowPops Bx1), 10 regular seeds
  • Total cost: $103.50 (List price: $100; discount: 10%, coupon code “thanks10,” reducing price to $90; shipping fee: Flat Rate USPS, $10; CC processing fee: $3.50)
  • Freebies: Pack of GrapeBlow seeds from breeder
  • Bought on: Feb 1, 2022; Shipped: Feb 2; Received: Feb 6
  • Payment options: Credit/debit, MESH, Bitcoin, Ethereum, cash by mail, e-check

About Neptune Seed Bank

Self-described as the most comprehensive stockist of cannabis genetics in the United States, Neptune Seed Bank has what you want or something very similar.

It would take us days to gush over all the breeders on tap at Neptune. And while their prices aren’t always the most competitive, the insane volume of exotic strains makes them a unique resource that shouldn’t be forgotten. Especially for those times when retailers offering more aggressive discounts sell out of that cross you’re after.

Ultra-hyped Kush Mints crosses by Seed Junky Genetics go for between $250-550, sharing price points with far-reaching influencers like Jungle Boys and Gage Green Group, whose “Last Chance” seeds top Neptune’s menu at $800 per ten pack.

Also present are long-established figures Top Dawg Seeds, Cannarado Genetics, and Dungeons Vault Genetics (formerly of Granddaddy Purple Genetics), plus emerging players posed to carry forward the flame, including Wolfpack Selections, Lit Farms, and Wyeast Farms. Additional highlights encompass recent hitmakers like Thug Pug Genetics, known for Peanut Butter Breath, and Capulator, known for MAC1.

Shopping experience

With so many options available to Neptune’s shoppers, it can be difficult to narrow the choices simply by browsing. It’s a good problem to have.

I ended up searching for Melonade crosses, a delectable combo of Lemon Tree and Watermelon Zkittlez that’s been stuck in my head since experiencing it in rosin form in 2019. I found a surprising array of options, including versions by Crane City Cannabis, Lit Farms, Midwest Best/Grandiflora, and some budget friendly options from Envy Genetics.

I went for Envy’s MelonBlow (Melonade x BlowPops BX1), which carried a sticker price of $100 and came with a free pack of GrapeBlow seeds as provided by the breeder. A 10% discount offset the shipping fee, and after processing fees, I spent $103.50 all-in.

It should be noted that Luscious Genetics, a competing seed seller reviewed below, had the very same pack of seeds and additional, site-specific freebies for $65. Discounts are common, so it’s a good idea to poke around for the best price before locking in a purchase.

Customer service experience

During checkout, I was prompted to upload a photo of my ID if I wanted to use a credit card. The next day, because my current address is different from the one on my ID, I was also asked to email a photo of my physical credit card.

While Neptune says this baby gate for fraudsters is intended to “protect our customers and the business,” the security measure creates an unintentional honeypot—a cache of sensitive data that is, simply by virtue of its existence, vulnerable to nefarious digital actors or even disgruntled employees.

The good news is, Neptune doesn’t check IDs for Bitcoin/crypto or MESH transactions, so if you’re willing to take a few extra minutes to transfer funds around and pay additional fees, you can forgo the ID.

From a customer service perspective, the exchange to confirm my identity was painless and only added a day to the shipping turnaround. And I was impressed with Neptune’s speedy customer service response times. Shoppers can expect an actual human with little, if any, delays, which can go a long way to building trust and converting one-timers to loyalists.

Speakeasy Seedbank

Trusted breeders, great closeout deals

Background

  • Established: 2018
  • Location: Eugene, Oregon
  • Customer service options: email, Instagram
  • Perks: VIP services via Patreon membership

Shopping stats

  • Seeds: Lucky Dog Genetics’ Sweet Chem (Zkittlez x Chemdog D f4), 13 regular seeds
  • Total cost: $105.58 (List price: $160; discount: $70 discount for a $90 sticker price; shipping fee: First Class USPS, $10; CC processing fee: $5.58 via MESH)
  • Freebies: none
  • Bought on: Jan 31, 2022; Shipped: Feb 4; Received: Feb 5
  • Payment options: MESH (credit card access with fees), Bitcoin (exchange fees may apply), cash by mail

About Speakeasy Seedbank

Speakeasy seed bank feels like a refreshing reset from the trend-chaser set. They offer a strong selection of heritage breeders like Mean Gean From Mendocino’s Freeborn Selections, Professor P’s Relic Seeds, and SkunkVA’s Lucky Dog Seed Co.—prioritizing the preservation and improvement of modern weed’s building block strains.

Speakeasy feels like a counterpoint to the current high demand for new and exotic mashups of hyped flavors—and, unstabilized seed lines. While there’s nothing wrong with backing up a clone library or exploring the potential of a promising male, it’s not the same as a breeding program that targets specific desirable traits.

This isn’t to say that Speakeasy’s menu shuns contemporary trends or excludes the undisputable hybrid vigor of F1 genetics—more that it places faith in proven breeders to filter worthwhile flavors from one-hit wonders.

Shopping experience

Surfing Speakeasy’s menu, there was a lot to consider and add to my want list. Enticed by so many promising strains—namely, Bodhi Seeds’ newer 88G13HP releases, Crickets & Cicada’s Black Domina crosses, and Relic’s G13 Haze selections—I let Speakeasy’s Closeout Deals narrow my search.

I was impressed to see markdowns on both sought-after breeders and desirable strains, never getting the sense that Speakeasy is merely off-loading slow-moving stock. Select examples by Relic Seeds were available at a deep discount, as were numerous other packs that most growers would be happy to add to their vault.

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I pulled the trigger on Lucky Dog’s Sweet Chem: $160 retail, marked down to $90. On other sites, $160 was the standing price, so I have no regrets.

Between meaningful curation that exhibits a strong understanding of modern weed’s origins as well as some unique deals, Speakeasy won a place on this list.

Oregon Elite Seeds

Expertly curated selection, reliably fast shipping, frequent discounts

Background

  • Established: 2015
  • Location: Eugene, Oregon
  • Customer service options: phone, email, text
  • Perks: Points program, frequent site-wide discounts and sales, seed freebies, subscription-based perks for regulars

Shopping stats

  • Seeds: ONI Seed Co.’s Hattrick (TKT x CPT) x Tropicana Cookies, 12 regular seeds
  • Total cost: $110.78 (List price: $150; discount: -35%; shipping fee: $8, First Class USPS; CC processing fee: $5.28)
  • Freebies: sticker, keychain, lanyard
  • Bought on: Jan 31, 2022; Shipped: Feb 1; Received: Feb 3
  • Payment options: On-site credit card processing (for a 5% fee), cash by mail, and local pickup

About Oregon Elite Seeds

Oregon Elite Seeds offers a wide seed selection spanning heritage, new school, and hype breeders, plus frequent site-wide discounts and regular sales.

For example, OES had a 35%-off sale when I shopped, applying to breeders like Oni Seed Co., Bloom Seed Co., and Obsol33t Genetics, plus dozens more.

OES’ selection is large, and there isn’t much missing. Breeders that aren’t represented are usually too expensive for most people, or their seed lines have proven to be unremarkable. This is extremely useful curation, narrowing choices expertly and serving as a barometer for upcoming trends.

Shipping times were exceptionally quick in my experience—but I live less than a 2-hour drive from OES’s headquarters in Eugene, Oregon, and customer experiences will vary.

Shopping experience

I’ve shopped OES at least a half dozen times in as many years and have always been pleased with the experience, and their frequent sales are some of the most attractive in the business.

This time around, I found myself drawn toward a fresh-faced breeder, Wolfpack Selections—enticed by a buy one/get one offer and a series of hyped flavors crossed with Cheetah Piss.

Unfortunately, when it came time to cash in the 35% discount, the shopping cart choked and wouldn’t apply the coupon to the Wolfpack gear. When I contacted customer service about the issue, they couldn’t be reached over email or phone.

Eventually, I discovered that the coupon code could be applied to Oni Seed Co.’s Hattrick—a strain I’ve eyed for some time. Later, OES updated the sale language to exclude new drops, but not before I’d played a semi-frustrating guessing game to find applicable merchandise.

That said, once I did place an order, it was in my hands within days.

Customer service experience

Email response times vary and customer support can, at times, feel understaffed. I sent OES an email asking for clarification about the aforementioned 35% discount and received a form response more than 24 hours later.

A message directed me to a terms page and recommended calling for a faster response. I called twice during stated business hours and got a machine both times.

Eventually, I bought a second-choice item that worked with the 35% discount code, but I was hesitant to forgo breeder-specific freebies until the sale’s terms were updated on their site. Things would’ve gone smoother had customer support made itself available by either email or phone, or if limitations on the sale were spelled out from the beginning.

Luscious Genetics

Best-in-class sales, generous freebies, and unique make-an-offer pricing

Background

  • Established: 2018
  • Location: Missouri
  • Customer service options: email, phone
  • Perks: Loyalty points, sitewide freebies, small promotional gifts, like koozies

Shopping stats

  • Seeds: Surfr Seeds’ Surround Sound (Jet Fuel Gelato x Redneck Wedding), 15 regular seeds
  • Total cost: $90.40 (List price: $100; discount: -15% for $85 before the cart; shipping Fee: First Class USPS, $5.40; free First-Class USPS on orders over $150; CC processing fee: None via WAAVE)
  • Freebies: Surfr Seeds’ (Citrus Farmer x Cherry Pie), 15 regular seeds; Cars N Coal Seed Co.’s Dancer x SS Afghan 1, 4 regular seeds
  • Bought on: Jan 31, 2022; Shipped: Feb 1; Received: Feb 5
  • Payment options: WAAVE Credit Card Processing, Cash App, Venmo, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, cash/money order

About Luscious Genetics

Luscious Genetics is an online retailer that curates a solid and often-discounted collection of respected breeders.

While the selection can feel slightly limited in scope next to some of the bigger banks, breeders trend toward new school but proven members of the community, like Envy Genetics, Thug Pug Genetics, and the venerable yet under-the-radar Surfr Seeds.

Additionally, Luscious runs a proprietary breeding program under the name TrichomeBros. This ensures that fresh, exciting freebies are always included with every purchase, even when partnering breeders opt out of participating in site-wide incentive programs.

Shopping experience

With easy site navigation, no-fee credit card services, best-in-class deals, and remarkably competitive freebies, Luscious was a pleasure to shop.

Despite a number of enticing menu items, Surfr Seeds won my Luscious bucks with their cross of Jet Fuel Gelato x Redneck Wedding, dubbed Surround Sound.

The reasons were:

  • Surfr created my fav strain of the 2020/2021 season, Grandpa’s Gun Chest, sharing Surround Sound’s Redneck Wedding parentage
  • Luscious’ automatic 15% markdown, slashing the per-pack price from $100 to $85
  • The promise of a second, full mystery pack of Surfr freebies with purchase of the first, which turned out to be a Citrus Farmer x Cherry Pie cross
  • An additional site-wide sampler pack of freebies by Cars N Coal Seed Co.

That comes to more than 30 seeds for the price of 15. Very nice!

Meanwhile, Luscious continues to make a customer-first impression with a feature I haven’t seen elsewhere: the ability to “Make An Offer” on all listed products, similar to eBay.

Considering how often seeds are discounted and the frequency at which retailers offer sales, a Make An Offer option would be a welcomed industry-wide trend. It would be a huge improvement compared to the norm, that is, waiting for a sale only to find that a select item is sold out.

Seeds Here Now

Connoisseur quality, extensive selection, and community dedication

Background

  • Established: 2014
  • Location: Medford, Oregon
  • Customer service options: email, phone
  • Perks: Reward points, giveaways, seed freebies

Shopping stats

  • Seeds: Heroes of the Farm’s Jazz x Space Queen, 13 regular seeds
  • Total cost: $98.76 (List price: $88; discount: -10% sitewide via code Spin10, but code did not work; shipping fee: First Class USPS, $9.98; CC processing fee: none)
  • Freebies: none
  • Bought on: Jan 31, 2022; Received: Jan 7
  • Payment options: Credit/debit card payments, cash, check, money order, bitcoin (BTC), litecoin (LTE), bitcoin cash (BCH), and dogecoin (DOGE)

About Seeds Here Now

Seeds Here Now isn’t always the cheapest option, but their selection vies for the most comprehensive, and they’ve proven themselves reliable for many years. While some seed banks gravitate toward hype stock and others toward heritage and heirloom, Seeds Here Now has a bit of both.

The common thread throughout SHN’s menu is connoisseur quality. With a strong eye for promising genetics, the seed bank is also an asset to the community—giving back through an emergency fund designed to help breeders and growers in need.

At the time of writing, they were selling and auctioning seeds from numerous luminary breeders to raise money for Virginia-based breeder Duke Diamond, purveyor of Dominion Seed Company, who was recently released from prison and is getting back on his feet.

Shopping experience

We were impressed with both the quantity and quality of exclusive seeds unavailable elsewhere.

One such rarity from the Duke Diamond benefit collection was a release by Heroes of the Farm that combines two terpinolene-dominant, Haze-leaning strains: Jazz and Space Queen. The opportunity to grow some heritage, previously unreleased Pacific Northwest flavors while also supporting a breeder from my home state of Virginia was an easy choice to make.

SHN offers sitewide freebies under a tiered structure for purchases of $150 or more. My purchase was less than that so I didn’t get any bonus seeds, just some stickers.

Navigating the site was as easy as it gets, as is the payment process. Yet when it came time to checkout, a 10%-off discount code offered to customers who opt into SHN’s mailing list didn’t work. I suspect this glitch has to do with fine print regarding the purchase of fundraiser-specific stock, but I’m more than happy to pay full price considering the proceeds go to Duke Diamond’s fund. But it would’ve been nice to know ahead of checkout that the coupon code couldn’t be applied to the item in my cart.

That said, this small issue—especially compared to buggier sites—won’t deter me from shopping with SHN again if they have something I can’t find elsewhere for cheaper.

Buy Marijuana Seeds in Virginia

Laws on Buying & Growing Marijuana Seeds in Virginia in 2022. Growing Tips, Recommended Seed Strains, and the Best Seed Banks That Deliver to The Mother of All Presidents.

Virginia, also known as the Birthplace of the Nation, officially legalized recreational cannabis.

Whether you’ve lived in VA all your life or not — cannabis legalization is a big deal. If you’re ready to grow weed seeds at home in Virginia — you need to read this guide!

You’ll soon discover the best online seed banks to buy marijuana seeds from, top-shelf seed strains, grow tips, and Virginia’s lengthy history with cannabis.

In a Nutshell — The Legality of Marijuana Seeds in Virginia

Suppose you’re ready to exercise your right to grow marijuana seeds at home in the Commonwealth of Virginia. In that case, you’ll need to understand what’s legal and what’s not to avoid any unnecessary issues.

Here’s a summary of current cannabis laws in Virginia:

  • Recreational cannabis is legal
  • Medical marijuana is legal
  • It’s legal to buy and grow cannabis seeds from seed banks
  • CBD is legal
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As you can see — Virginia is an awesome place to live if you enjoy the great outdoors, breweries, and, of course, growing your own weed seeds at home!

Below, you’ll find a treasure trove of insightful information that spans the best online seed banks, top-rated seed strains, grow tips, and a historical account of cannabis laws in Virginia.

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Growing Cannabis Seeds in Virginia

Although growing marijuana seeds is clearly legal, there are a handful of considerations that you need to take into account.

Therefore, allow this section to explain crucial aspects of cannabis cultivation, such as when to germinate weed seeds and what to watch out for while growing marijuana.

Once you’re done reading the content below, you’ll gain the upper hand in growing top-shelf cannabis.

When to Sprout Cannabis Seeds in Virginia

Virginia exhibits a humid subtropical climate that experiences marine influence from the coast.

Overall, Virginians battle frigid temperatures throughout winter and soggy humidity that can be obscenely hot in the summer. Overall, you need to plant your marijuana seeds at the right time to avoid any problems, such as stunted or dead seedlings.

If you plan to grow weed outdoors, the best time to germinate cannabis seeds is in May. Although southern regions may be warmer than northern sections, it’s always best to err on the side of caution and sprout cannabis seeds once the last chance of frost ends.

Germinating cannabis seeds any sooner may land you in the in-between period where Virginia still experiences cold nights and mornings. Remember, the growing season is long in Virginia, and your weed plants will have ample opportunity to grow to their potential.

If you grow cannabis indoors — any time is fine to germinate seeds.

Virginia exhibits a humid subtropical climate that experiences marine influence from the coast.

Issues to Consider When Growing Marijuana Seeds in Virginia

Although no one wants to talk about it, let’s discuss what can go wrong when growing cannabis seeds and plants at home in Virginia.

Here’s a list of problems that can occur during the growing season in Virginia:

As you can see — each of the issues can wreck your crop in an instant. Therefore, you must read this section from start to finish to learn how to avoid each situation.

Law Enforcement

Although growing cannabis seeds and plants is officially legal in Virginia — you can still land in hot water if you don’t follow the rules.

Remember, you’re allowed to grow a maximum of four mature cannabis plants. Therefore, it’s illegal to sprout more than four cannabis seeds!

Furthermore, you’ll need to keep your cannabis plants or seedlings in a secure location that passersby can’t see. As long as you follow these directions, you won’t see the police walking up to your porch.

Remember, even if growing weed is legal, you should be considerate of your neighbors. If growing cannabis seeds indoors, always use a carbon filter and grow tent to mask the smell or blinding light from the grow lights.

If you grow weed outdoors, always erect high fencing and a wide variety of plants around your garden to keep things looking natural.

Thieves

As with any state in the US — thieves are a problem for marijuana growers.

Virginia is no different, which is why you must implement a few different strategies to steer clear of thieves in the night.

If you grow cannabis indoors, always install security cameras and alarm systems. If your home is broken into, you can turn over the video records to the police. Additionally, alarm systems will dissuade would-be thieves once they break-in.

If you grow marijuana outdoors, you should always use high fencing and motion-detecting lights. If you can, a locked enclosure around your marijuana garden is optimal for an added layer of security.

Last but not least — don’t brag around town that you’re growing cannabis seeds or plants.

Even if growing weed is legal, you don’t want to paint a target on your house for thieves. Overall, it’s best to keep your cannabis hobby to yourself, even in a legal state like Virginia.

Inclement Weather

When it comes to bad weather, Virginia’s interior is protected from hurricanes that make landfall from the coast.

However, you can expect ample levels of humidity during the entirety of the growing season. If you grow cannabis outdoors, you’ll need to combat humidity and oppressive heat.

As the growing season wanes into autumn, you’ll need to contend with falling temperatures. Therefore, you should always harvest your outdoor cannabis crop by the end of August or the beginning of September.

If you grow cannabis outdoors, you’ll need to combat humidity and oppressive heat.

Pests and Diseases

Thanks to the humidity — Virginia is a hotbed for pests and diseases.

Overall, don’t be surprised if your weed crop gets jumped by bud rot or fungus gnats. However, there are a few tried-and-true methods to avoid disaster.

First, you must buy disease and pest-resistant seed strains from an online seed bank. Remember, pest and disease-resistant seed strains can stand against most common issues, such as powdery mildew and spider mites.

Second, it’s a good idea to apply organic pesticides or fungicides a few times during the vegetative phase. By doing so, you’ll avoid the heavy brunt of an outbreak in your weed garden if one occurs.

Tips for Growing Cannabis Seeds in Virginia

Now, let’s discuss a few battle-hardened tips for growing cannabis seeds in Virginia.

Buy Cannabis Seeds From a Reputable Online or Local Seed Bank in Virginia

When it comes to growing weed in Virginia — you want the best seeds possible.

Therefore, you must buy cannabis seeds from a trustworthy online seed bank. By doing so, you’ll have access to verified seed strains that produce star-studded yields that deserve to be on the cover of High Times.

However, it’s a good idea to find an online seed bank that’s both trustworthy and ships to Virginia. Once you hone in on the perfect seed bank — it’s time to load up on your favorite seed strains!

Buy Cannabis Seeds for Your Regional Climate in Virginia

Next, you must buy cannabis seeds according to your regional climate.

Since Virginia exhibits high humidity, you’ll need to search for mold-resistant seed strains on an online seed bank. Although Virginia doesn’t get too cold once fall hits, it’s a good idea to buy fast-flowering cannabis seeds.

Even if you can grow a 10-week seed strain — it’s best to harvest your buds quickly to avoid any issues with the incoming fall climate.

Although Virginia doesn’t get too cold once fall hits, it’s a good idea to buy fast-flowering cannabis seeds.

Plan Your Cannabis Garden in Advance

Last but not least is to plan your marijuana garden.

Whether you grow cannabis seeds indoors or outdoors — your goal should be to complete the garden before you germinate seeds.

Even if your marijuana seeds arrive from an online seed bank earlier than expected — wait until you finish setting up the garden before you pop them!

Which Marijuana Seed Store Is the Best Option For Residents in Virginia?

Now, let’s discuss the two types of seed banks and which is the best option for Virginians.

Local Cannabis Seed Stores in Virginia

If you want to buy cannabis seeds in person — here are a few seed banks/dispensaries that you might find seed packs at:

However, recreational cannabis is new to Virginia. In other words, local seed banks are not cropping up quickly in RVA or Virginia Beach as fast as dispensaries.

In any case, always call ahead to ensure the dispensary of your choice carries cannabis seeds. Ultimately, local seed b

Online Cannabis Seed Banks That Ship to Virginia

If you’re ready to buy the best marijuana seeds that the industry has to offer — look no further than online seed banks.

From unlimited seed selection to affordable pricing, there’s nothing but upside when you choose to buy weed seeds from an online seed bank. Our two favorite seed banks that deliver to Virginia are:

ILGM and MSNL Seed Bank offer some of the best customer service the industry has to offer. Furthermore, you’ll easily find the seed strain of your dreams while browsing ILGM or MSNL Seed Bank’s secure websites.

Recommended Cannabis Seed Strains to Buy From Online Seed Banks and Grow In Virginia

Let’s talk about our top three seed strains to buy and grow for this year’s grow season in Virginia without further ado.

Super Silver Haze Feminized Seed Strain

Super Silver Haze

When it comes to one of the most legendary sativa strains worldwide — none comes close to the Super Silver Haze seed strain.

Known for the most first-place awards at the Cannabis Cup, the Super Silver Haze Feminized seed strain is a must-have for this year’s grow. Once you harvest a crop from the SSH Feminized seed strain, you’ll understand why High Times judges fall head over heels for this sativa beauty.

Furthermore, the Super Silver Haze Feminized seed strain is easy to grow in outdoor and indoor environments. Additionally, we can’t help but point out that the SSH seed strain can handle high humidity levels while easily deterring bud rot and powdery mildew.

From large-scale harvests to eye-popping potency, you’ll be left in a daze for hours on end with the Super Silver Haze Feminized seed strain. If you’re ready to experience what top-shelf truly means — grab a pack of Super Silver Haze Feminized seeds today!

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Big Bud Feminized Seed Strain

If you dream of record-busting yields — look no further than the Big Bud Feminized seed strain.

Not only is the Big Bud Feminized seed strain true to its name, but it’s also easy to grow. Whether you’re a beginner or pro — you’ll find ounces of top-shelf nugs glistening in THC-packed resin.

From indoor grow tents to outdoor plots, the Big Bud Feminized seed strain can handle it all. Furthermore, you can rest assured that Big Bud can withstand elevated humidity levels, which is prominent in Virginia.

Overall, the Big Bud Feminized seed strain provides the golden trifecta that all cannabis enthusiasts search for: scale-breaking yields, sky-high potency, looks that can kill, and mouth-watering flavors.

If you’re ready to supersize your harvest — it’s time to buy a pack of Big Bud Feminized seeds!

Blue Dream Feminized Seed Strain

If you want to grow top-shelf weed without any fuss — look no further than the Blue Dream Feminized seed strain.

The Blue Dream Feminized seed strain ranks #1 on most of the best seed strain lists on the internet. Although we’re always on the hunt for new and exciting seed strains, Blue Dream nails it every time.

From mouth-watering flavors to picture-perfect buds, the Blue Dream seed strain is what dreams are made of. Furthermore, did we mention that the Blue Dream seed strain is crazy easy to grow?

Whether you’re a beginner or not, you can easily grow the Blue Dream seed strain outdoors or indoors. If you’re ready to transform your weed garden into a trichome jungle, the time is now to snag a pack of Blue Dream Feminized seeds.

The History of Cannabis in Virginia

Virginia is one of the founding states in the USA.

In other words, it has some of the deepest roots in the United States compared to other states out West. However, we’re going to talk about Virginia’s history with cannabis and how it has suddenly become a beacon of hope for cannabis enthusiasts in the South.

Cannabis Laws in Virginia

From prohibition to recreational cannabis, Virginia has come a long way.

Below, we’ll expand on landmark events that have made today’s recreational cannabis laws possible.

Virginia Outlaws Cannabis

Along with the rest of the United States, Virginia banned all forms of cannabis in the 1930s.

Although Virginia has been a conservative stronghold over the decades, cannabis has enjoyed relatively light laws.

Virginia banned all forms of cannabis in the 1930s.

Virginia Allows a Rudimentary Version of Medical Marijuana

In 1979, Virginia became one of the first states to let physicians recommend cannabis for patients with severe illnesses, such as glaucoma or cancer.

Although the 1979 ruling was not considered medical marijuana — it was the precursor to the current laws surrounding MMJ.

Virginia Legalizes Medical Marijuana

In 2018, Virginia officially legalized medical marijuana.

The move came long after Virginia created a framework for patients to obtain cannabis in 1979. However, lawmakers approved the creation and licensing structure for businesses to operate medical marijuana dispensaries.

Once created, medical marijuana patients could buy MMJ at local dispensaries.

In 2018, Virginia officially legalized medical marijuana.

How to Obtain a Medical Marijuana License in Virginia

If you want to apply for a medical marijuana card in Virginia, you must head to Virginia’s Department of Health Professions Board of Pharmacy.

Once accepted — you may buy medical marijuana at a participating dispensary!

Virginia Goes Light on Cannabis Offenders

In 1990, Virginian lawmakers decided to “tighten” cannabis laws.

However, a provision within the bill allowed marijuana to be distributed to patients with glaucoma or cancer.

Furthermore, the bill included legislation that made the punishment for growing cannabis seeds at home a minor crime. Instead of a felony, cannabis growers found with a limited number of marijuana plants were charged with simple possession.

Overall, the 1990s signaled the end of cannabis prohibition in Virginia.

The Legality of Cannabis Seeds and Seed Banks in Virginia

If you’re wondering about the legality of cannabis seeds and seed banks in Virginia, relax — they’re legal.

Once retail dispensaries open in Virginia, you’ll find a wide variety of cannabis seeds for sale. Furthermore, seed banks are likely to crop up throughout Virginia as many residents take up cannabis cultivation.

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Penalties for Cannabis Possession in Virginia

Although it’s legal to possess up to an ounce of cannabis in Virginia — there are rules you must follow to avoid prosecution.

Here is a list of penalties associated with possessing cannabis in Virginia.

  • Possessing more than an ounce but less than a pound of cannabis is a violation ($25 ticket)

As you can see — Virginians have a lot of leeway if caught with a personal amount of marijuana.

Penalties for Cannabis Trafficking in Virginia

It’s extremely illegal to sell any amount of cannabis in Virginia.

Once you possess more than a personal limit — you enter “trafficking” territory. Here’s a list of penalties associated with selling marijuana in Virginia:

  • Selling more than an ounce of marijuana is a felony

As you can imagine, the penalties increase in tandem with the amount of cannabis found in your person or home.

Penalties for Cannabis Seed Cultivation in Virginia

Although it’s legal to grow up to four cannabis seeds or plants in Virginia — there are rules you must follow to avoid prosecution.

Here is a list of penalties associated with growing cannabis in Virginia.

  • Growing more than four cannabis plants or seeds for personal use is a misdemeanor
  • Growing cannabis plants or seeds for sale is a felony

As you can see — you must stay within the limits of personal use while growing weed seeds in Virginia to avoid harsh penalties.

VIRGINIA

Virginia is rich in American history and continues to make history as the first state in the south to legalize recreational cannabis for adults in April of 2021, taking effect July 1, 2021. You can get high-quality cannabis seeds in Virginia, a state that is shaped by the Blue Ridge Mountains to the west, Chesapeake Bay on the east coast and is bordered by five states and the District of Columbia. You can have plenty of good hikes and enjoy the wilderness in Virginia as Shenandoah National Park extends along the Blue Ridge Mountains and at least 62% of the state is covered in forests.

Both the American Revolution and the Civil War ended in Virginia, which is the location of the tomb of the Unknown Soldier and Arlington National Cemetery. Virginia is home to the Pentagon, the largest office building in the world. You can visit some of the most monumental American History sites in Virginia, hike the beautiful mountains or enjoy some of the best seafood on the east coast.

Now that adults can grow, possess, and consume recreational marijuana, it might make those famous Virginia oysters taste even better or enhance other sizzling seafood dishes as the largest seafood producer on the East Coast and the third largest in the U.S..

Is Marijuana Legal in Virginia?

Virginia has had a medical cannabis program since July 1, 2020 for those registered to participate. Prior to this, only medical CBD was legal for use to treat conditions like severe epilepsy, glaucoma or to easy chemotherapy affects. With the most recent passing of Senate Bill 1406 and House Bill 2312 in April 2021, Virginia became the fourth state to legalize marijuana through legislative action.

Retail sales of adult use marijuana is not slated to take effect until July 1st, 2024, to give lawmakers time to establish the framework for regulating and overseeing cannabis cultivation, distribution, and retail sales. This recent legislation also addresses issues such as social equity, race, and enforcement of cannabis laws.

Advocates for marijuana legalization in Virginia, however, pushed through amendments to make the possession of small amounts legal as of July 1, 2021. Adults 21 and older can legally possess up to 1 ounce of marijuana as long as it is not used in public, while driving or distributed.

Cultivating Cannabis Seeds in Virginia

The recent legalization of recreational marijuana in Virginia also allows residents to cultivate cannabis seeds and home grow up to four plants per household legally, this also takes effect July 1, 2021. Growing your own pot in Virginia requires that you keep the plants out of accessible range to minors under the age of 21 and out of sight from the public view. Since retail sales in the state will not begin until 2024, growing your own cannabis at home in Virginia is the perfect way to enjoy this healing plant.

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Mosca seeds is recognized internationally as a leading cannabis seed breeder with several international cannabis cup winning strains. We keep your favorite marijuana seed strains alive and regularly cultivate new and amazing weed seed types for your enjoyment and amazement. Check out the Seed Bazaar to see how easy it is to get the best in quality cannabis seeds in Virginia.