UPDATE: A fire destroyed Sea of Greens cannabis plants. We hope for a speedy recovery from this historic Seattle marijuana producer. You may be able to find their strains at marijuana stores in Seattle.
How many people do you know, who leave retirement in order to work again, are having a blast?
“Oh My God, yes it’s been fun, It’s really been fun,” as excitement accompanied Bob Leeds voice.
A former banker, Mr. leeds is the financial manager of Sea of Green Farms located in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle. Mr. Leeds and his cannabis farm will be initially supplying 4 recreational recreational stores with approximately 40 lbs. of herb. The stores are located in Bellingham (Top Shelf), Union Gap, Arlington, and Tacoma. As of now, Sea of Green Farms will be supplying 0 stores in Seattle.
Mr. Leeds mentioned that the farm is only using only 3500 sq. ft. of space. Once they are approved for the other half of the complex, they could potentially grow twice as much cannabis. Mr. Leeds added, “…we could have had 100 lbs. ready if our whole farm was approved.”
Sea of Green Farms is currently growing 23 strains of cannabis, of which, only a portion will be available in the first supply. Let’s hope they are amongst the highest thc weed strains for ultimate customer satisfication. Within the first supply, the farm will feature the following 4 strains in particular:
1. Dutch Hawaiian:
A citrus tasting sativa, lime greenish in color, which provides a great body high. Also can provide euphoric, happy and uplifting feel. Popular choice of strain for Seattle and Washington State.
2. Space Needle:
A local strain which could be a favorite of tourists who will want to say that they “smoked” the Space Needle. Trace cannabidiol with just over 10% THC.
3. Purple Doja:
A dank indica dominant hybrid that is derived from Purple Voodoo heritage, some consider the strain to be the “holy grail” of all “purples.”
4. Northern Lights:
Among the most famous cannabis strains of all time, rivaling Sour Diesel, Shiva Skunk, and Super Silver Haze. Very popular in Denver and Los Angeles, this strain of Cannabis share Holland and Seattle origins.
Be sure to support your local Seattle farmers and ask your local recreational marijuana stores if they carry Sea of Farms!