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:
- Dampen four pieces of paper towel, placing half in a tupperware container.
- Place the seeds on top of the damp towel, ensuring the seeds don’t touch.
- Fold the other half of the paper town over the seeds, making sure they are fully covered.
- Close the lid and place the container in a dark, warm nook—like the top of a fridge or cupboard.
- Check for germination results every 24 hours.
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.