Real smokers know that the quality of their cannabis matters and Glass House Farms is present to ensure you enjoy the finest strains available.

Glass House Farms is a sun-powered, Earth-friendly and state-of-the-art cannabis farm that cultivates the best cannabis available in the coastal sun of Santa Barbara. Their facility is the home to the best strains available, where the quality is maintained through meticulous care and sensibility for the product, resulting in pristine quality and experience for the user.

Glass House Farms cultivates its flowers in greenhouses that are kept in pristine conditions and maximize the sun of the area. The Farms also protect their flowers from elements and bugs that can decrease their qualities, while also ensuring the retention of water through their elite recapture systems.

When purchased, you will receive a flower that is trimmed and packaged to provide a premium product. Available from Glass House Farms are flowers and pre-rolls and 25 pesticide free strains, which include their own strains:

  • Jelly Fish: A very smokable flower with just enough THC to help the CBD components do their job, Jelly Fish is earthy and mellow, with less than 1% THC. It’s a great introduction for first-time smokers or those looking for the calming and health benefits of CBD in flower form.
  • Grand Daddy Purple: This famous deep purple California indica inherits a complex grape and berry aroma from its Purple Urkle parent, while Big Bud passes on its oversized, compact bud structure.
  • Dream Walker: Stimulating genetics blend of Afghan Skunk, Ghost OG, and Chemdawg into a multifaceted indica-dominant hybrid that uplifts while remaining grounded in soothing body effects. Happy yet laidback.
  • Super Silver Haze: Bred by Green House Seeds and first prize winner at the High Times Cannabis Cup in 1997, 1998, and 1999, this cross of genetics of Skunk, Northern Lights, and Haze creates a beautiful, sticky sativa blend that boasts an uplifting, energetic, long-lasting body high.

You can learn more about Glass House Farms by visiting their website here.