Potcast 62: Seeds and Sisters

  L to R: Jo, Nat, Siobhan, Halle   A casually baked chat at Blessed Coast Farms in Humboldt County.

L to R: Jo, Nat, Siobhan, Halle

A casually baked chat at Blessed Coast Farms in Humboldt County.

Teamwork makes the dream work in the Emerald Triangle.

Get inspired to connect with nature and try your hand at growing - be it cannabis or the best damn veggie garden in the neighborhood. Explore the realities of the Humboldt cannabis culture, the business of bud, the Pheno Hunt for Humboldt’s unicorn strain, and the craft cannabis community driving the movement.

We’re talking to Nat, the founder of The Humboldt Seed Company and his daughter Halle - from Potcast 61. And this week, Siobhan Danger-Darwish, a second-generation Humboldt cannabis farmer and founder of Grow Sisters joins the conversation.

Find links where to purchase cannabis seeds and clones from The Humboldt Seed Company and more in the show notes below.



Connect on Social: @casuallybaked | @thehumboldtseedcompany | @grow.sisters | @blessed.coast.farms

“After the Show” Notes

 Thank you to Nat and Halle Pennington and Siobhan Danger-Darwish for the hospitality and for sharing the Humboldt culture with us on Casually Baked, the potcast. Kumbaya and Cannabis, Jo

Thank you to Nat and Halle Pennington and Siobhan Danger-Darwish for the hospitality and for sharing the Humboldt culture with us on Casually Baked, the potcast. Kumbaya and Cannabis, Jo

Humboldt Homies

Find The Humboldt Seed Company list of California retail partners here. If you’re shopping for seed clones you’ll likely find Nat’s ladies in every dispensary that sells clones in California. You’ll for sure find them at Dark Heart Nursery.

Explore the Humboldt Seed Company YouTube channel for visual inspiration and seed, pollination, and pheno- how. See what I did there. ;)

Hey, Sister! Grow Sister! (and Brother!)

Are you inspired to connect more with nature by trying your hand at growing? 

Tune into the “Sister, Grow Your Own!” video series on YouTube for show-and-tell growing lessons from the Grow Sisters. And if you haven’t listened to Potcast 3 and Potcast 49 on indoor growing they’ll help fill in the gaps on seeding, lighting considerations, and the vegetative state, along with detailed shopping lists to get started without a big financial commitment.

If you end up growing dank medicine from what you’ve learned I hope you’ll keep in touch and share your experience with us!

Connect on Social: @casuallybaked | @thehumboldtseedcompany | @grow.sisters | @blessed.coast.farms

Johanna Nuding