Seeds and Seedlings

Boulder Hemp is releasing select high-yield feminized seed batches in the spring of 2019. Our hemp seeds can be started in the greenhouse about 28 days before field transplant date, or can be directly sown outside in appropriately prepared soil after the last frost.

 
 
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Approach

Every plant starts as a seed. Large scale hemp production is not possible without a consistent high-quality seed supply. Boulder Hemp has been breeding seed lines in Northern Colorado since 2014, using traditional breeding approaches and cutting-edge plant genome analysis methods--making us one of the most advanced hemp research and development programs in the world. 

We are currently taking orders until all seeds are sold out!.

Seeds are priced at $1.50 each for any buyer with a valid cultivation license, the minimum order size is 3,000 seeds.

Ready to plant seedlings are $4.00 per seedling, and will be available at the end of May until sold out.

Please use the link below to get in touch with us about placing an order or pre-order today!

 
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Santa María

This hybrid blends the most vigorous lineage we have ever tested with one of the sweetest most potent bouquets possible. The resulting Santa María seeds produce giant plants that are an optimum balance between resiliency, yield and potency. 2+ pounds of dry flower that will contain 11% - 16% CBDA can be harvested from plants grown in Colorado if cultivation conditions are ideal. In Northern Colorado these plants begin to flower in the last days of July and early August and should be harvested before the first hard frost.

 
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San Cinco

The San Cinco hybrid system is the result selection for resistance to the windy summer storms of Colorado and certain types of insect pests. Although these stout plants are bred to survive, yields are also excellent for Colorado field grown plants and can exceed 2 pounds of dry flower that will contain 10% - 15% CBDA. In Northern Colorado these plants begin to flower in the last days of July and early August and should be harvested before the first hard frost.