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10% off Top Rated Indoor Strains!

The indoor growing season has arrived and when it comes to home growing, a lot of aspiring cannabis cultivators seek out the most bang for their buck. We often get asked what strains are best for indoor growing and which will provide the highest yield. Here are our Top 4 strains for Indoor growing!

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Blue Dream
Blue Dream is another versatile strain that grows well indoors and out, though it is noted for its outdoor success. Coming out of the Santa Cruz, California area, Blue Dream is the result of crossing Blueberry and Haze. While its originator is unknown, its popularity is well known. Recreations are often made by avid growers, and works as an easy to manage beginner crop as well.
White Widow
Known for its thick resin production and consistently solid bud structure, White Widow is a great strain to boost your home growing output. White Widow performs very well when grown indoors and, aside from its hefty yield, is one of the most aesthetically pleasing strains to have in your garden. The flowering time for White Widow is typically around 10 weeks to allow for maximum resin production and potency. However, depending on circumstances, it is possible for plants to finish in 56 to 60 days.
Northern Lights
Northern Lights is great for indoor growers of all skill levels. Emerging from the Pacific Northwest, the precursor to Sensi Seeds is an excellent indica-dominant strain for indoor growing. Today, it’s found its way into several grows, and in even many hybrids. With a flowering time often between 45 and 50 days, Northern Lights remains on the short side and is a single-cola growing strain. It grows well in both hydro or soil and emits a low odor, making it perfect for low-key cultivation.
Skunk #1
Skunk #1 is credited for changing cannabis cultivation by producing the first stable indica/sativa hybrid. Skunk #1 origins began out of difficult circumstances. Stabilization proved difficult but eventually its hurdles were overcome, and we reaped its results. Out of that struggle produced one of the most popular, pungent strains today. Today, Skunk is synonymous with smokers and nonsmokers alike for its overwhelming smell.