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The Farm’s Marijuana Seeds for Sale

Craft Cannabis Seeds for Sale!

The passing of Amendment 64 enabled Colorado residents to legally grow cannabis for personal consumption. Since we began operations in 2009, our guests clamored about the quality of our craft cannabis and insisted we sell marijuana seeds of the same strains. Many people were eager to try their hand at growing our cannabis on their own.

We listened. As a result, since 2015, The Farm has been offering cannabis seeds for sale, both for the home-growing enthusiast and wholesale buyers.

The Farm’s Cannabis Seeds

Produced by The Farm Genetics™ team, our marijuana seeds for sale are known commonly as F1 seeds—the first generation of a cross between two different strains of cannabis. Our seeds are bred from parent strains that show strong tendencies toward certain desirable traits, such as high THC or favorable aromatics.

The beauty of seed packs from The Farm is that you get a variety of F1 seeds of a single strain. Like variations in a litter of puppies, each F1 seed holds its own unique potential for developing different amounts of traits from the parents. Those slight variations within the seeds in the pack are a wonderful thing. With each single-strain seed pack, the home grower will find varying levels of traits they personally like and connect with. From there, growers can select the perfect plant from which to cut clones.

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Marijuana Seeds | Strains for Sale at The Farm

Click on images below for complete information on each seed cultivar. Not all seeds are available year round. Be sure to check our online marijuana store for availability.


  • Golden Strawberry: Golden Goat x Sour Strawberry
  • Holy Goat: Golden Goat x LSD (Life Saver Diesel)
  • Mountain Thunder (High CBG): Mad Cow (back-cross) x Sour Bubble
  • Pirate Radio: Somali Taxi Ride x Sour Bubble
  • Rise ‘n’ Shine: Green Crack x Sour Bubble
  • Sour Berry Blue: Alpha Blue x Sour Strawberry
  • Strawberry Blonde: Super Lemon Haze x Sour Strawberry

Want to Buy Marijuana Seeds Online?

Although you may pre-order seeds online for same day, in-store pickup, Colorado state law requires you pay for them in our store (upon pick up). Due to strict Colorado state and federal regulations, we cannot sell cannabis online or ship cannabis, cannabis seeds or any other cannabis-infused product anywhere in the USA or internationally.

Buy Seeds: Wholesale Marijuana Seeds

Are you looking to buy wholesale marijuana seeds? The Farm Wholesale offers our craft cannabis flower, Hummingbird Brand cannabis oil, and the best Colorado marijuana seeds.

Marijuana business licensees, please contact 720.500.2760 and ask for our Wholesale Manager. You may also contact us via email at [email protected] or via our wholesale website,

Prior to contacting us, please prepare the following information:

  • Retail License Information including City and State
  • Federal EIN Number
  • Company Name and Full Address

Plant Breeding

Agriculture has been practiced for over ten thousand of years. Plant breeding, a foundation of agriculture, is the intentional manipulation of a plant species to create desired genotypes and phenotypes.

Classical plant breeding uses deliberate inter-breeding (crossing) of closely or distantly related individuals to produce new crop varieties or lines with desirable traits. Plants are crossbred to introduce traits and genes from one variety or line into a new genetic composition.

Progeny—descendants—from the cross are then crossed with the high-yielding parent to ensure that the progeny are most like the high-yielding parent (backcrossing).

The progeny from that cross are then tested for the amounts of the desired traits; plants showing high levels of the parent traits are further developed. Plants may also be crossed with themselves to produce inbred varieties for breeding.

Cannabis Plant Breeding

Cannabis breeding can be compared to breeding garden roses. Garden roses are predominantly hybrid roses that are grown as ornamental plants.

When you cross two different species of roses together, you don’t end up right away with a distinct new type of rose. Instead, you end up with a variety of roses that exhibit traits from both the parents.

Through inbreeding and other breeding techniques, you can stabilize the genetics and end up with something new you could call a “cultivar,” or a true breeding phenotype. Numerous rose cultivars have been produced over time.

In the case of cannabis genetics—now legally available in Colorado—there are very few true breeding cultivars. It takes many generations and years of inbreeding to create parents with homozygous gene expression and that breed true for those traits with every seed. Today, variation in seed characteristics is inevitably high.

When you grow a pack of F1 seeds, all plants will have similar as well as varying characteristics. Some plants may exhibit more traits of the mother and some more of the father, while others will show an even combination of both.

At the Farm, we pride ourselves on education. For more information on sexing F1 seeds, germination and growing tips, visit our “How to Grow Marijuana” page.

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Please pick up your pre-order the same day. Your products will be made available to other guests if not picked up by 9:30pm.

Sales cannot be stacked or combined with any other offers or discounts. All offers are subject to change at any time, while supplies last. Additional restrictions or exclusions may apply.

We do not ship any cannabis products.

Giveaway Details:

Tickets will be given away by Future Arts Foundation and this entry form is sponsored and coordinated by The Farm. Winner(s) will receive one pair (2) of tickets for the event. Winner(s) will be randomly selected on or prior to the below-mentioned deadline. No purchase necessary to win. Limit one entry per person. You must fill out the entire entry form for a chance to win. Any missing or invalid information of the form will disqualify your submission. All winners, entries, and submissions must be 21 years or older! All winners, entries, and submissions must have residence or be living in the state of Colorado.

  1. This ticket giveaway is compliments of Future Arts Foundation.
  2. Winners will be selected at random by the end of the day on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019.
  3. Winners will be contacted by Future Arts Foundation to coordinate delivery/pick-up of tickets. Winner will be contacted by phone as first priority and sent back-up emails and/or text message if not able to be reached.
  4. Tickets will be awarded and given away by Future Arts Foundation. The Farm is a sponsor for the upcoming Bluebird Festival coordinated by Future Arts Foundation and is helping Future Arts Foundation advertise this ticket giveaway.

Rights of Use. By submitting my entry to the What’s Your Craft? social media project, I grant rights to The Farm dispensary in Boulder, Colorado, to use my photos and content from this “What’s Your Craft?” campaign for the purpose of promoting me as a pro-cannabis consumer on The Farm’s website and social media channels; the latter includes, but is not limited to, The Farm’s website at, Instagram page @thefarmdispensary, Facebook page @TheFarmCoBoulder, Twitter page @thefarmco, and any other social media channels directly managed by The Farm and its owners, entities, employees, agents, and affiliates.

Hold Harmless. Furthermore, I hereby indemnify and hold harmless The Farm (and its respective owners, entities, employees, agents, and affiliates) against any claim, liability, loss, damage or expense (including attorneys’ fees and other costs of investigating and litigating claims) caused, directly or indirectly by its employees and owners from any liability, unintended consequence, or any other negative repercussion that may result from publicly posting the photos and content from this campaign.

Arbitration. All claims and disputes arising under or relating to this submission are to be settled by binding arbitration in the state of Colorado or another location mutually agreeable to the parties. An award of arbitration may be confirmed in a court of competent jurisdiction.

Nina’s presence introduces a terpene-rich sativa zest into the nose and taste. The fragrances and flavors are aromatherapeutic – brightening, cheering and energizing. Nina-crossed plants can be huge, as can the yields, and often produce buds coated with trichomes.

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Nina Limone was born from our love for high-octane sativas balanced by a grounding, kushy anchor. Looking to shorten flower times and maintain a stimulating user experience, we crossed Super Lemon Haze with our Rebel God Smoke (Cindy 99 x (Rugburn OG x Ghost OG Moonshine)). An outstanding sativa in its own right, and a remarkable breeding partner

Nina’s presence introduces a terpene-rich sativa zest into the nose and taste. The fragrances and flavors are aromatherapeutic – brightening, cheering and energizing. Nina-crossed plants can be huge, as can the yields, and often produce buds coated with trichomes.

The strain has shown a propensity to shorten flower times on long-day sativas by 2-3 weeks, often cutting 10 week flower times down to around 60 days.A nod in name to one of our favorite jazz singers, and generally inspired by musicians everywhere.