FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Updated: Jan 25
How is it legal to sell plants online and ship them in through the mail?
The 2018 Farm Bill was signed into law on December 20, 2018, by President Trump.
It contained a significant change in how cannabis is regulated.
But before we get into that, let's define a few terms...
For the uninitiated: marijuana and hemp are both products of the cannabis plant.
Marijuana is the trimmed bud of the flowers of the unpollinated female cannabis plant.
Hemp, on the other hand, is what results if the cannabis plant is allowed to grow freely and pollinate naturally.
If the cannabis plant is allowed to grow freely, the resulting hemp flowers will contain virtually no THC (the psychoactive substance in cannabis that gets you "high.")
Clones are rooted cuttings that have been taken from larger cannabis plants that are still in the vegetative growth (pre-flower) phase. These cuttings are exact genetic copies of the plants they were cut from; hence the term "clones."
The so-called 'hemp provision' of the 2018 Farm Bill distinguished between hemp and marijuana by defining hemp as cannabis material containing less than 0.3% THC.
Since clones are still in the vegetative growth phase, they contain no flowers; and therefore no THC.
Hence, clones now qualify as hemp under the rules established by the 2018 Farm Bill and can legally be shipped across state lines by the US Postal Service.
We encourage all of our customers to familiarize themselves with their local laws and regulations regarding cannabis cultivation; and to observe all applicable laws regarding cannabis.
You can find up-to-date information regarding marijuana laws in your state by visiting the Marijuana Policy Project.
How do you ship plants?
We use a 16 oz. cup to house the plant and the substrate. A thin neoprene disc is wrapped around the base of the plant stem to keep the substrate in place.
A clear, tall dome is placed over the stem of the plant and then secured to the bottom cup.
Finally, we place a small LED light on the outside of the dome to keep light on the plant for 72 hours.
We then place the sealed unit into a cardboard box and surround it with packing peanuts.
How many plants can I buy?
You can buy as many plants as you want. However, we limit each individual order to just 3 plants and we are unable to offer volume discounts. Even though you can only buy three plants per order, you can place as many orders as you want.
How do I place an order?
Just go to our order page and add plants to your shopping cart just like any other eCommerce site. We'll ship your clones via Priority Mail on the next suitable business day. (Note: We do not ship on Thursdays or Fridays.)
Plants are shipped from our production facility in California.
How do I pay for my plants?
Due to the contentious relationship between cannabis-related businesses and banks, we can only accept payments through an unassociated payment processor and only in the form of "donations."
After you place your order, you'll receive an email with a link to the payment gateway.
What strains do you have available?
Our inventory is constantly changing. Check out our Live Plants page to see what we have available today.
If you don't see the plants you're looking for, check back later
How often do you update your inventory?
We update our inventory every day around noon, California time.
What happens if my plants die?
Plants are fragile, and they will die if they do not receive proper care. We encourage our customers to educate themselves on the finer points of cannabis cultivation before purchasing clones.
Unfortunately, we are not able to refund dead plants.