Unlike a traditional fruitcake, this cultivar is a favourite you'll want to keep on hand for all occasions. Lit Farms crossed Cookies & Cream with Plum Wine to create Fruit Cake, a hybrid blend of interesting and unique genetics. Expect aromas of spice and pepper, with tropical undertones of pineapple, mango and grapefruit, for a powerful effect.EXPLORE Fruit Cake
Named Best Personal Flower at the 2019 Emerald Cup Awards. Wedding Cake and Kush Mints were crossed to create this cultivar which packs a powerful punch. The Cake strains are some of the most popular cultivars on the market today, well-regarded for their high potency and cake-like terpene profile.EXPLORE LA Kush Cake
Mandarin Cookies will hook you with its sweet floral and citrus aromas. This cultivar has been recognized with numerous High Times Best Product Awards in 2019 and was named one of High Times’ Top Ten Strains of 2018. For us, Mandarin Cookies represent all that is good about bringing cultivars to life.EXPLORE Mandarin Cookies
Two heavy hitters, Plantman Jack Herer and Ethos Glue, were used to create Zour Apples. A mix of sour and sweet, this cultivar features notes of tangy apple cider alongside sweet vanilla. Ethos Glue is a stabilized form of Gorilla Glue #4 (GG4), a well-recognized genetic co-created by the late Joesy Whales (aka Don Peadbody), whose contribution to cannabis culture has left a lasting impact.EXPLORE Zour Apples
When the classic terpene aroma of berry meets a sour, grassy flavor— that’s Crescendo. Aptly named after the musical term that indicates a gradual rise in intensity, the effects of this cultivar are powerful and uplifting. Its lineage of Chem Dawg x I-95 x Mandarin Cookies results in the complex flavor we’re passionate about.EXPLORE Crescendo
The story of cannabis is the story of humanity. It’s the journey of a plant that has been passed from hand to hand, from culture to culture, and has been planted in soils the world over.
And now it’s your turn.
Natural History premium seeds, bred by ANC Cannabis, enable aspiring growers to try their hand at cannabis cultivation. Whether you want to grow your own medicine, supply your own stash, or take up a new hobby, cultivating your own plants gives amateur growers a taste of accomplishment—as well as a taste of fresh, flavourful flower.
Even for seasoned growers, cannabis can be fussy to grow. Here are some tips on getting started, courtesy of Seth Rimmer from ANC Cannabis:
Some seeds can take up to a week to germinate.
At-home growers are encouraged to check in on your plants each day, noting how the plant is responding to your care. Make sure the plant is getting adequate light—keep it nice and close—and be careful not to overwater.
Currently, Natural History offers seeds for the following genetics:
Black D.O.G. – Blackberry Kush x Emerald Headband
Ice Cream Cake – Gelato 33 x Wedding Cake
Blue Cheese – OG x Blue Cheese
Double Chocolate – Chocolate Thai OG x Chocolate Haze
Growers shouldn’t experience any challenges between strains in terms of germination if they follow the outlined germination methods. Novice growers may want to kick things off with Black D.O.G. and/or Blue Cheese, because of their resistance to pests and mold. Ice Cream Cake is a trickier strain, as it’s more suited to warmer climates.
Our Natural History seeds provide a full cultivation experience of some of the world’s top cannabis genetics. Our seeds are treated with Stim-Root rooting hormone and grow photoperiod flowering cultivars.