The House of the Great Gardener has been working with compassion clubs for over a decade, gathering the best medical strains according to the patient’s needs, honing their selection of Indicas and Sativas. Their goal is to provide seeds of strains that work for customers. They believe there is psychological benefit in knowing that the customers have the seed from a strain that makes you feel better. Quality and control have always been a top priority for the House of the Great Gardener because they know their customers deserve access to quality seeds that produce quality medicine. Their feminized line consists of top genetics that have crossed their path. They have also created their own genetic lines and are always experimenting with new combinations.
Barbara Bud is a superstar for so many reasons. This Shishkaberry/Afghani cross is fast flowering and easy to grow. Best of all, she produces super frothy nugs–extreme trichome coverage–and an unbelievably fruity fragrance that makes for some great hash.
Digweed, another House of the Great Gardener creation, is a Sweet Tooth/Afghani cross, named after our 18 year-old-cat that loves to eat weed. Sweet Tooth delivers pain relief and a blissful stone. Afghani makes this a fast branching, early finisher with big, tight, purrrfect nugs.
One of our favourites, this is a classic Afghani - a pure medicinal Indica – our top painkiller. The buds are beautiful with a lovely deep hash fragrance and a smooth, smokey flavour. The plant has a fantastic pine-tree structure and is easy to grow. What more can you ask for? How about potential for high yields with lots of resin... We love this strain.
This lovely lady is a gem in the House of the Great Gardener's collection. We crossed the Purps with the GG #1 to give the Purps a stronger structure, and the best phenotypes were put to the members of a local compassion club to choose their favourites.
A Quebec-born legend made famous by the Montreal Compassion Club, the Jean Guy is a Sativa dominant cross, a pungent euphoriant with a citrus/skunk smell indicative of its strong buzz. It grows quickly producing thick lateral branches and heavy colas.
Another Canadian legend, the René is rumoured to come from a Himalayan Indica crossed with a Skunk#1 male. She has beautiful emerald-green popcorn style buds, smells strong and fruity, and she’s super stony.