To get seeds into the hands of people interested in growing plants, the Virginia Marijuana Justice (VAMJ) is giving away thousands of cannabis seeds at spots around Virginia.
However, it will remain illegal to buy or sell marijuana seeds from which to grow the plants.
RICHMOND, Va. — It will be legal to grow up to four marijuana plants in your home when Virginia’s marijuana laws change on July 1, 2021.
“We have seen first-hand the smiles and gratitude that a free seed giveaway brings to first-time growers, and it’s pretty special,” Adam Eidinger, co-founder of DCMJ, said in a statement. “However, we also know from our experience that so many people do not realize that they can grow cannabis at home legally. Some people didn’t know about the new law, as it pertains to home cultivation, until our volunteers handed them a free packet of seeds. So there is a significant educational component to our giveaways.”
Jewelea Parker (verified owner) – November 7, 2020
Seeds are shipped thank you so much bro appreciate it you get a fives out of five bro love your stuff I?m a new time grower so I?ll be buying again
Michael (verified owner) – July 5, 2021
I received these seeds and soaked them in water for a couple of days. I placed 6 seeds in a wet napkin inside of a zip lock. They all sprouted a days later. So far so good, I will keep you updated on the results . Jerry seems to really care about the satisfaction of his cusyomers. He even threw in a couple of extra strains . I like the fact that shipping is free .
aj999 – August 9, 2020
Yes, but you paid much less for my seeds then fems from somewhere else. You will likely get some males, as they will average about 50/50 male/female.
50 reviews for Free Cannabis Seeds
melinda.tillman (verified owner) – July 18, 2020
Hey Will, I’ve counted the seeds in the free seed offer a couple of times, but if the seeds end up being a bit bigger there will be fewer. But you are right a buck a seed is a pretty cheap, sweet deal for cannabis seeds online.
“It’s just important for us to be able to meet people where they are because the public has all kinds of different needs,” WellNest Roanoke Owner Valarie Angle said. Whether that’s emotional, medical, spiritual. We want to be there for them. So, this is a great opportunity to do that.”
16 West Marketplace was packed with people waiting to select a packet of seeds at WellNest Roanoke.
A limit of 400 packets of seeds were handed out in less than six hours.
A limit of 400 packets of seeds were handed out in less than six hours
ROANOKE, Va. – Looping around a wellness center in downtown Roanoke, hundreds of people were ready to get their hands on free cannabis seeds.
Virginia Seeds representatives helped educate and explain to people how to grow the seeds and what they can be used for.
Across the Commonwealth, seeds are being handed out for free since there is no legal way to buy them in the state just yet.
Angle said as cannabis becomes more of a tool in holistic healings she encourages the use of products and welcomes them in her store.