Learn How To Cultivate Your Own Cannabis

As the pandemic prompted a surge in backyard gardening, many found solace in nurturing plants during these challenging times. Charlotte Mendelson aptly expressed the therapeutic nature of planting seeds, stating, “There is no balm to the soul greater than planting seeds.” This sentiment resonates with enthusiasts who have explored the joys of gardening, be it in community plots or through the lens of captivating shows like “Martha Knows Best” on HGTV.

For those seeking a comprehensive guide to integrate cannabis cultivation into their gardening repertoire, Martha Stewart’s endorsement of “Growing Weed in the Garden” serves as a promising recommendation. Authored by Johanna Silver, a seasoned garden editor based in Berkeley, California, the 256-page handbook captures the essence of cultivating cannabis from seed to stash.

Explore the full article for insights into Silver’s journey from a cannabis novice to a gardener documenting the intricate growing cycle. With Martha Stewart praising the book’s clarity and expert advice, the article provides a sneak peek into Silver’s unique approach to cannabis gardening, drawing parallels between cannabis and familiar plants like tomatoes.

 “For the most stable genetics, look for regional seed companies with transparent breeding practices. My go-to is Humboldt Seed Company—you can actually order seeds from their website.”

Read the full article here for Johanna Silver’s expert tips on “Growing Weed in the Garden” and embark on a journey of discovery in your own backyard.