The name Digweed has an interesting etymology it being named after the House of the Great Gardener's breeder's cat which loved to get its teeth into marijuana!
Digweed is a cross of Sweet Tooth and Afghani; the Afghani provides the genetics which turn this strain into a vigorous, multi-branched, early-finishing (7 weeks flowering) plant with big, dense buds of joy. It provides a blissfully relaxed state together with powerful pain relief.
|Breeder/Brand||House of the Great Gardener|
|Genetics||Sweet Tooth (f) X GG #1 (m)|
|Pack Size||6 Seeds|
|Variety||Indica / Sativa|
|Flowering Time||7 weeks|
|Medicinal Properties||Yes, good for pain relief|
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Grew five seeds in 5L buckets indoors with leds very happy
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About House of the Great Gardener
A relatively new seedbank, House of the Great Gardener has been working with local compassion clubs for well over a decade in order to gather the very best medical strains that cater to certain patients’ needs as well as honing their selection of exceptional indicas and sativas.
The main goal of House of the Great Gardner is to provide the perfect seeds of the strains that work perfectly for their customers. They feel that there is a psychological benefit for the customers when they know that their seeds will transform into a plant with specific medicinal value.
House of the Great Gardener have always emphasised their desire for quality and control on their products. They believe that their customers deserve access to quality seeds that produce quality medicine.
The Feminised line is perhaps the most popular strain collection at the House of the Great Gardener. This line consists of top genetics that have crossed their path, particularly in the British Colombia area including Jean Guy, Jack Herer and Rene.
Alongside this line of fantastic feminised strains, House of the Great Gardener have also created their own genetic lines, including DIgweed, GG1 and Haoma. The latter of these three strains has gained a prolific reputation and has been coveted with a number of awards, including a High Times Cannabis Cup in 2011. This significantly escalated the profile of House of the Great Gardener as a seedbank and they are continuing to expand in popularity today.
Never satisfied with standing still, House of the Great Gardener are always experimenting with new combinations in the hopes of finding a new, original strain. They are also still putting hours into research and development to try and find some rare, quality genetics.
You can now buy seeds from The House of the Great Gardener at Seedsman and get a flavour of some of the best strains that this Canadian seedbank has to offer.