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6 of the Most Beautiful Cannabis Strains in Existence
I always drool when I happen upon those most beautiful cannabis photos of jaw dropping cannabis strains. They intrigue me, shining in all of their colorful opulence. I never know what strains they are and I generally chalk it up to some kind of photo shop because there’s NO WAY my taste buds will ever meet such a supreme and majestic entity. Fret not, my friends! In this article, I’m going to introduce you to some of those show stopping Cannabis buds!
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#1 Rainbow Kush (Most Beutiful Cannabis)
The first contender, Rainbow Kush, is named for it’s array of colors that emerge during flowering. You will find clumps of fluorescent yellows, purples, oranges, and greens. This strain is an explosion of fruity, sweet and spicy flavors. It has a piney and skunky scent and will surely stick to your fingertips as you inspect it’s innards. It’s made in different ways.
Some grow it by crossing Hindu Kush and Master Kush. Others cross Blueberry and Dancehall. It’s a 50/50 split between indica and sativa so this cannabis won’t leave you couch locked!
#2 Black Russian
Then there’s Black Russian. It often flowers in deep purple hues with thick, small and tan hairs. It can also yield deep, crimson reds and wine tones. When grown in warmer weather, you may see some light red and golden buds. This strain embodies the flavors of tropical mango, citrus and lemon. It was conceived by Black Domina and White Russian. It is an indica heavy strain which will heavily relax your body and it is great for helping you to sleep!
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#3 Pink Flower Shaman
This brilliantly colored Cannabis leaves us in awe with it’s ruby red harvest that sometimes appears pink and velvety. This strain makes you feel all warm and fuzzy just looking at it! It’s dubbed Pink Flower Shaman. This strain will leave you recharged. It’s is a great choice for your daily wake and bake! It will raise your vibes if they’re feeling down and make those aches and pains subside at the very moment the bronchioles in your lungs absorb the THC rushing in. It comes highly recommended!
PINK FLOWER SHAMAN
#4 Platinum Bubba Kush
This seedling of OG Kush and Bubba Kush is nothing short of greatness. When I buy a fresh sack, I have to fight the urge to carry it with my pinky up. Platinum Bubba Kush glimmers like the precious metal, Platinum. It has a nice coating of orangish brown hairs gracing the outer hemisphere of it’s abundant buds. Smoking it makes you feel like royalty all while making your limbs feel like melted butter amalgamating with whatever it is you choose to sit on for the next hour or two after consuming. It contains a very Sweet, spicy and floral tang. Something worth savoring! Easily one of our FAVORITES cannabis strains.
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#5 Panama Sedena Red
Panama Sedena Red is one of those strains that resembles a sunset on a west coast Florida beach. It boasts vivid red hairs, bright greens, light red and pale pink colors that leads you to believe it could not be a real, tangible thing. It’s sativa so you can count on this strain to help amplify your creativity, happiness and energy levels. It’s a rare delicacy due to it’s lengthy growth process but hey, you can’t rush perfection!
Panama Sedena Red
#6 Vietnamese Black
This sativa appears so dark, it looks black. It walks a fine line between looking already smoked and delectable. It is most surely the latter! Vietnamese Black is the exception to the rule that “pure sativa causes paranoia and anxiety”. It will have you perked up but relaxed at the same time if you know what I mean! This strain is what my friends and I call a “creeper” haha it slowly invades and conquers every cell in your body to form a dictatorship one could only dream about. Talk about a truly exotic cannabis strains.
It’s wild to think even the slightest variable could be responsible for an amazing representation of nature. The colors of the rainbow shine so bright in these buds! Now, when you see these names or photos, you won’t accidentally pass up an opportunity to smoke some of the rarest, most colorful Mary Jane on Earth. Or even just simply dream about smoking them someday because you know they’re real and not a high-quality edited photo!
These are the most beautiful cannabis that strain. In the CBD business, These long term beauties is essential to everyday joy.
Use beautiful cannabis images in your Zoom meetings!
Download beautiful cannabis images from Johanna Silver’s new book
This is our first spring season with “social distancing” and many of us use Zoom video conferences for work and personal calls. Zoom has made it possible to create a virtual background for your zoom meeting using this tutorial.
To get everyone excited about their garden plans this year, Dark Heart Nursery has collaborated with the author of Growing Weed in the Garden, Johanna Silver to bring you these exclusive virtual backgrounds to use while working from home or keeping in touch with others. We hope these images inspire you and your peers to GROW!
This comprehensive new book is written by Berkeley Local Johanna Silver and has everything you need to grow your own amazing cannabis. Whether you’re a gardener, grower, beginner, or simply cannacurious,, this book is loaded with photos, instructions, and tips that will help you plan, grow, and harvest your own homegrown.
This book covers the seed-to-shelf journey of growing cannabis, plus interesting tidbits, including:
- The benefits and enjoyment of growing cannabis: whether you simply enjoy new smells in your garden or you want to learn more about making herbal remedies at home, there are many great reasons to grow cannabis.
- The history of cannabis and how it has spread across the globe, thanks to humans like you
- Close up examination of the cannabis plant’s anatomy.
- The different types of growers and what they need to be successful.
- Starting with seeds: selection, germination, and transplanting.
- Starting with clones: seedlings vs. clones, selection, transplanting.
- Growing cannabis and the cultivation process.
- Harvest, drying, curing and trimming your crop
- The finished product! Includes step-by-step instructions for enjoying your harvest in different ways, including baking, tinctures, and more.
- Additional resources and further reading so you can learn more.
You’ll learn all this and more, and have a good laugh thanks to Silver’s humor and accessible writing style. Hard copies of her book are available for purchase at Indiebound, which ships via USPS. If you’re wary of ordering packages right now for any reason, you can purchase a digital version of the book.
Check out our blog for a letter from the author and more information about her book.These beautiful images are courtesy of Rachel Weill, photographer for Growing Weed in the Garden by Johanna Silver. Download these background images for use in your Zoom video calls! After you submit the form, the download link will appear in place of the form. You’ll also be able to register for Dark Heart’s general info list, which includes special retail offers, cultivation tips, and more.
About the Author:
Johanna Silver is a James Beard Award-winning author who writes mostly about plants and people. Her first book, The Bold Dry Garden: Lessons from the Ruth Bancroft Garden (Timber Press) is available everywhere books are sold. Her second book, Growing Weed in the Garden: A No-Fuss, Seed-to-Stash Guide to Outdoor Cannabis Cultivation (Abrams) comes out March 24, 2020!
Johanna is a contributing editor at Better Homes & Gardens, and her work has been featured in Martha Stewart Living, The San Francisco Chronicle, and Alta Journal of California. Previously, Johanna spent ten years at Sunset Magazine, beginning with a shovel in her hands and culminating as head of the garden department. In 2016, she oversaw the creation of new editorial test gardens as part of the brand’s historic move from Menlo Park to Oakland and Sonoma.
Use beautiful cannabis images in your Zoom meetings! Download beautiful cannabis images from Johanna Silver’s new book This is our first spring season with “social distancing” and many of us