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Yerba Buena seeds

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Yerba Buena specifications

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Variety 91% Indica and 9% Sativa
Difficulty Advanced

About Yerba Buena seeds

Yerba Buena is an mainly indica strain with an unknown level of THC. Yerba Buena is related to Joseph and SFV OG with a variety of 9% sativa and 91% sativa. Yerba Buena will grow into a beautiful cannabis plant with a fine return in harvest. It is not hard to grow these Yerba Buena seeds, you keep an eye on this plant will it grows, the flowering period is pretty average.

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Zone for the Yerba Buena Plant

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Also known as Oregon-tea, yerba buena (Clinopodium douglasii) is a low-growing, perennial member of the mint (Lamiaceae) family that may grow up to 6 feet long. The plant’s common name “yerba buena” is Spanish for “good herb.” Yerba buena is suitable for U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 to 10, where it requires little maintenance and care.

Location

A native of the United States and British Columbia, yerba buena occurs naturally as an understory plant in forests below 3,000 feet in elevation. It may also be found alongside seasonal creeks. Yerba buena is associated with trees such as bay laurel (Umbellularia californica) and a variety of oaks (Quercus spp.). The herb is tolerant of temperatures as low as 5 to 0 degrees F. Yerba buena prefers partially shaded conditions in the home garden.

Culture

Yerba buena will grow in most soil types with a pH between 6.0 and 8.0, including sandy soils and clay soils. It requires regular watering to look its best, though Las Pilitas Nursery reports that it will survive on as little as 15 inches of rain annually. The plant thrives in misty, foggy conditions. Yerba buena will grow well in a container as long as there is a hole for drainage. Container plants dry out more quickly and will need more frequent watering than plants in the ground.

Features

Yerba buena boasts mint-scented leaves that can be plucked and steeped with hot water to make a soothing tea. The minty fragrance that makes yerba buena appealing to humans is a deterrent to garden pests such as deer. Yerba buena is an attractive ground cover for a moist, shady area, offering bright green, velvety leaves and small, charming white flowers. The leaves can be placed inside clothing to act as a perfume.

Propagation

Yerba buena may be propagated by seed, sown in the spring in a greenhouse and moved into individual pots for its first year. Seeds can then be planted in the garden as soon as spring frosts have passed. Yerba buena may also be propagated by division, done in the spring, or by cuttings taken in the early summer. Cuttings should be kept in a lightly shaded greenhouse until they produce roots.

Zone for the Yerba Buena Plant. Also known as Oregon-tea, yerba buena (Clinopodium douglasii) is a low-growing, perennial member of the mint (Lamiaceae) family that may grow up to 6 feet long. The plant’s common name "yerba buena" is Spanish for "good herb." Yerba buena is suitable for U.S. …