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Buy it now: Satchel in Portland

In 2014, Homegrown Natural Wonders established itself as an independent breedership and wholesaler. Nowadays, HNW’s genetics are made available to Oregon’s recreational market through a licensing arrangement with Dog House Farms, keeping a fading era of Oregon flavors alive for today’s hobbyist growers.

Buy it now: Satchel in Portland

Dynasty Genetics

Flower: Purple Apricot, bred by Compound Genetics and grown by High Latitude Farms. (Matt Stangel for Leafly)

Crosses like the Rogue Blue Cheese and Jager OG are created once a year in full sun, as has been Massive’s tradition for decades. The resulting seed lines are an excellent choice for the backyard enthusiast grower, offering a pedigree of full-flavor cultivars bred to resist local pests, as well as survive the inevitable tests of foul weather, while still rivaling the bag appeal of indoor.

The offerings are impressive and span heritage, Pacific Northwest staples, bioregion-specific cultivars for the backyard hobbyist, medically-minded chemovars, cup-winning contemporary designivars, and connoisseur-class flavors for discerning recreational audiences.

The third-generation Oregonian cannabis growers behind Massive Seeds have farmed the same plot of land in the Rogue Valley since 1975. The operation is full-sun, native soil, and reliant on living organics.

You can find their stable over at the Maritime Cafe in Gladstone, and cuts retail starting at a very reasonable $15 per plant.

I’ve personally ran clones from Kind Heart a few times and have had great luck—never experiencing any of the issues that are common to cuttings (powdery mildew, spider mites, or any of the numerous pathogens that are more difficult to identify). If you’re looking for a wide selection of living genetics, Kind Heart is a good bet.

Average price: $30-60 per clone

Check out Maritime Cafe’s Menu

Average price: $20 per clone

Ready to go shopping? So are we!

For a curious cannabis enthusiast, a backyard garden is a highly rewarding summer pastime that provides gifts not only of homegrown herb, but insight into the underlying mechanics that govern both cannabis and the natural world.

The rules are pretty straightforward: Four plants per adult household and no plants visible from a public throughway.