Growing & Cultivation Guides

Providing both beginners and seasonsed pros with expert tips.

Top 15 Best Outdoor Strains for Florida: 2021 Comparison

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced cultivator, growing cannabis outdoors in Florida is a good choice. Florida weather is sunny, not too dry, and the ground is relatively good for weed. Your largest challenge, in most cases, will be choosing strains that fight off mold and mildew, because Florida’s heavy summer rains and high … Read more

Top 22 Best Early Finishing Outdoor Strains: 2021 Comparison

Whether you’re starting late, want to fit more than one harvest into your growing season, or just have little patience to wait on your cannabis plants to mature, early finishing outdoor strains have your back. These early finishing outdoor strains normally include cannabis ruderalis and Indica genetics, allowing them to mature faster. The cannabis ruderalis also impacts … Read more

Top 34 Best Purple Weed Strains: 2021 Comparison

Purple marijuana has achieved a near-mythological status over the years. From the Grand Daddy Purple to Purple Haze and newcomers like Purple Afghani, it’s also easy to see why. These beautiful buds look and smell as good as they taste. And, the Anthocyanins or flavonoids that make cannabis purple are the same flavonoids that turn … Read more

Top 8 Best Outdoor Strains for Pacific Northwest: 2021 Picks

Growing cannabis plants outdoors is one of the easiest ways to get large, beautiful plants with a high yield. Luckily for you, the Pacific Northwest is one of the most cannabis-friendly stretches of the continental United States. While you will have to contend with cold winters and wet summers, you won’t find anywhere more ideal for outdoor cannabis … Read more

Top 10 Best Outdoor Strains For New England: 2021 Comparison

If you plan to grow cannabis plants yourself, doing so outdoors is the easiest way to get strong, healthy plants with a high yield. But, growing cannabis outdoors in New England means choosing strains that suit the growing season, temperature, and hardiness zone. Most of the Northeast United States is in hardiness zone 4-7, meaning short … Read more