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best marijuana seeds to grow

Growing weed is pretty easy, but some strains can be trickier to grow than others. Some are delicate and need a lot of attention or are prone to disease or mold, while others are sturdy and can handle missing a watering for a day or two. Also, certain strains have adapted to specific climates, so it might not make sense to grow one suited to warm weather if you live in a cold place.

This strain can handle many climates, both indoors and outdoors, but it can take a long time to flower—more like nine or ten weeks. Regardless, GMO Cookies is a new standard that packs a punch and brings some great savory scents to your garden.

Blue Dream

Its sturdiness gives it a large margin of error when growing, in case you forget to water or give it nutrients, or give it too many nutrients for that matter. Blue Dream grows well in many different climates, both indoors and outdoors and can handle cold nights.

And to make things even easier, you may want to check out feminized or autoflower versions of them—feminized seeds don’t need to be sexed out to identify and get rid of pesky male plants; with autoflowers, you don’t have to worry about light changing, and you can harvest plants 2-3 months after seeds sprout.

This is a strong, sturdy plant that doesn’t need much attention, but be sure to give it plenty of space to stretch out—it grows tall, like parent Lemon Skunk. Scrogging always helps, but you’ll likely get solid yields even without it. SLH usually takes a little longer to flower, around nine weeks, another sign of its sativa roots, so you may need to be a little patient when waiting to harvest this one.

Growing cannabis indoors is becoming increasingly popular which is not surprising as it offers many advantages. You can grow all year round under constant ideal conditions so there is a good chance that you will end up with a cannabis plant with a good yield. However, not all varieties are suitable for indoor growing. And because there are so many different types of cannabis seeds, it’s often difficult to find them. Of course you also want to grow cannabis that meets your preferences. Think of taste, yield, effects and flowering time.

Last, but not least… Power Plant feminized seeds. You probably won’t find the Power Plant seeds in a Top 5 ‘indoor cannabis seeds’, but from our own experience we can honestly say that this is one of the best indoor cannabis plants. This marijuana seed has all the characteristics that an indoor grower wants. It features a relatively short flowering time of 8 to 9 weeks, an extremely high mould resistance, easy to grow, a short plant height (max. 90cm) and a yield of up to 550 grams per m2. Doesn’t this plant have any disadvantages? Hardly, it requires some knowledge of scrogging to control the plant height. But once you know how to do this, it is very simple. In short: what more do you want?

Top 5 best indoor cannabis seeds

Our Critical feminized seeds are probably one of the best cannabis seeds to grow indoors. And not without reason. Critical is very suitable for extremely small spaces as they do not grow larger than 80 cm. The strain is easy to grow, features a very short flowering time and yields are quite big. When pruned at the bottom, the buds grow at the top. In this way it is possible to place up to 16 plants per m2 which can result in a yield of up to 500 grams per m2.

So what are the best strains to grow indoors? With this article we are going to help you make your personal choice by putting together a top 5 best cannabis seeds for indoor. By the way, do you want to know how to grow weed indoors? Make use of our step-by-step plan ‘Growing weed indoors‘.

Amnesia Haze is another classic strain and couldn’t be missing in our top 5 best indoor cannabis strains. The strain is worldwide known because of its very high THC level. Thanks to its properties Amnesia Haze is very suitable for indoor cultivation. The only “drawback” we can think of is the relatively long flowering time of 10 to 12 weeks. However, every disadvantage has its advantage. Due to the long flowering period the weed is extremely strong, the yields can reach 650 grams per m2 and both the taste and the smell are sublime. Keep this in mind, because if you’re sensitive to psychosis, it’s better to skip these weed seeds and opt for milder ones.

Green Crack Punch stems from a breeding project involving Green Crack and Purple Punch. These two varieties exist at opposite ends of the indica-sativa spectrum, and thus are the perfect match for one another. Their offspring features a close balance of 60% sativa genetics and 40% indica, and produces up to 500g/m² after a flowering time of 8–9 weeks. Her colas grow tall and wide, boasting shades of purple, green, orange, and tinges of yellow. A THC content of 18% makes for a mellow and balanced high that soothes the body whilst keeping the mind alert and active.

This cultivar produces great results both indoors and outdoors. Plants grown indoors reach 90–130cm and pump out up to 500g/m². Prepare to harvest their flowers 8–9 weeks after initiating flowering. Outdoor plants grow to taller heights of 160–180cm and produce between 400–450g/plant. Prepare to harvest and dry these buds in the middle of October.

Green Crack Punch

Purple Queen has a lengthy flowering period of 9–11 weeks, but the weight of her yield is worth it. Indoor plants produce up to 500g/m² and grow to heights of 80–120cm. Plants grown outdoors offer a mighty harvest of 700g/plant, grow to 210cm, and will be ready to harvest during October.

This stunning strain produces dark purple flowers coated in trichomes and dotted with dark orange pistils. She inherited her stunning good looks from legendary parent strains Wedding Cake, Gelato, and Gelato 33. Speedy and indica-dominant, Wedding Gelato produces 450–550g/m² after a brief flowering time of 8–9 weeks. Her powerful lineup of parents also passed down enormous THC levels of 25% and one of the sweetest terpene profiles on the planet. Brace yourself for a body-slamming high that diffuses tension and elevates the mind into euphoria for several hours at a time.

These specimens follow the cues of the seasons outdoors, flowering toward the end of summer. Indoors, cultivators have complete control over the length of the vegetative phase. Let them veg as long as you please, and flip them to flowering by reducing light to 12 hours per day.