CBD Hemp Seeds (Hemp Seeds for Sale) | Blue Forest Farms
CBD Hemp Seed Sales
Our hemp seeds contain legal levels of THC (0.3% or less), meaning it is non-psychoactive.

Terpene Rich

Bred for organic terpene isolation on the botanical side, our genetically diverse strains deliver exceptional levels of flavor and value.

Genetically Stable

Our stable and consistent genetics ensure high cannabinoid production at legal levels. Take the guesswork out of your grow.

Ready to Plant

Scalable solutions for a growing industry. BFF genetics are ready to plant & can be purchased in both feminized and unfeminized quantities.

High CBD Hemp Seeds

Perfect for outdoor or indoor growing climates, and do not require greenhouses to finish. Perfect for extraction or raw flower. Our High CBD Seeds offer exceptional value, with high levels of phyto-cannabinoids and terpenes. Our focus in hand picking these varietals was quality, above all else. Our rare, special strains have gained popularity in the hemp cigarette industry as an alternative to smoking tobacco and marijuana. Invest in the best. Our genetics offer extremely high research, therapeutic and economic value.

Invest in the Right Genetics

Achieve an exceptional return on investment. Our stable, genetically isolated seeds give your grow the best chance of success. With CBD levels averaging in the 13-18% range, our low THC, High CBD genetics ensure your crop won’t run hot. Each one of our strains was hand picked for the sole purpose of industrial growth and harvest. Have peace of mind knowing that our exceptional quality control standards, commitment to excellence, and socially responsible approach ensure you are investing in a product that meets or exceeds your expectations.

Hemp Seed Varietals

Hot Blonde (Feminized)

Hot blonde is a select new hemp cultivar bred from two of the rarest and most sought after hemp varieties in the industry right now. Blue forest farms currently is the sole and exclusive distributor for this strain available in extremely limited quantities.

Queen Dream (Feminized)

30:1 CBD to THC ratio. Large flowers, large plants (if planted timely) with floral notes of sweet bread, hops, and haze. The legendary r5 was crossed with a select phenotype of the wife, a Colorado heirloom strain grown that has been cultivated commercially here in Colorado for over 8 years. Queen Dream is a Blue forest farms exclusive offering available in limited supply.

Cherry Blossom (Feminized)

~17% CBD

When grading quality and performance, it is a top-level strain. The Cherry Wine selection reversed in this hybrid tested well below the legal limit of THC at full maturity (8+ weeks in flower) and averaged nearly 17% CBD from whole plant composite samples. With most of our customers entering into the CBD farming and looking to scale quickly to large industrial agricultural acreage, we know the necessity to supply a stabilized boutique quality CBD oil flower that can, and is expected, to be farmed without the concern of going over the THC threshold (individual farming practices may affect the end result).

Cherry Wine (Feminized)

15-22% CBD

Cherry Wine is a hybrid strain averaging 20:1 ratios of CBD to THC expression. This is a popular strain among hemp farmers and produces large, dense buds with bushy leaves. Terpene profile consists of a unique, Myrcene cherry flavor.

Berry Blossom (Feminized)

15-18% CBD

Berry Blossom is a cross strain with large, dense, pink buds that packs a serious punch. This aromatic hemp strain, that smells and tastes like berries, averages 15-18% CBD content. Flowering stage occurs around 9 weeks.

Cobbler (Feminized)

12-20% CBD

Cobbler is a hybrid strain with a high CBD content and .3% of THC. This unique strain is known for its citrus smell with hints of chocolate, cherries, and earthy undertones. Cobbler is a very dense strain with a terpene rich profile.

The Wife (Feminized)

15-18% CBD

The Wife is a notoriously powerful hemp strain with a 20:1 CBD to THC Ratio. With a germination rate averaging 90%, this cross delivers a sweet cherry flavor and takes approximately 9 weeks to flower.

Chardonnay (Feminized)

12-15% CBD

Chardonnay is a hybrid strain, popular for its potent scent of sweet strawberry jam and raspberries. This strong terpene profile strain is purple, extremely dense, and has .3% THC with a high CBD content.

The Otto II (Feminized)

9-14% CBD

The Otto II is a hybrid high-CBD hemp seed developed in Colorado. Otto II is stable and breeds true for high-ratio CBD expression. Excellent for use in botanical extraction applications. Flowering occurs at 70-77 days indoors.

BaOx (Feminized)

14%-19% CBD

BaOx is based on selections from an inbred-line of Hindu-Kush and the Otto II seed. The seed has been back-crossed and stabilized for high-CBD expression, fast flowering time and a short, dense structure.

Red Bordeaux (Feminized)

~12% CBD

Red Bordeaux is essentially a Berry Blossom bx that was developed with the Colorado farmer in mind concerned about early frost. With no compromise in vigor this varietal allows you to stagger your harvest beginning with Bordeaux in the middle of September. This is a huge logistical advantage when dealing with acres of biomass giving you the ability to harvest your slightly later finishers in their ideal harvest window.

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Questions?

How much does hemp seed cost?

The price of hemp seed varies by type. There are three types of hemp– high CBD, food grain, and fiber. At Blue Forest Farms, our high CBD hemp seeds range from about $.50-$2.50 per seed, while food grain cost about $5 per pound, and fiber hemp seeds are $3-4 per pound.

What are the best hemp seeds to buy?

If you’re growing hemp for CBD, your best option is BFF’s high CBD hemp seeds, which exhibit unprecedented uniformity in the field and have been genetically optimized with farmers’ outputs in mind. Our varieties have high CBD ratios as well as a 99% feminization rate across the board. The feminization rate is especially important because CBD is extracted from female hemp plants. We are happy to provide a certificate of analysis for any of our products.
Typically, we recommend germinating indoors and planting starts outdoors. If you are unable to germinate indoors, you can alternatively purchase female clones, which are 14-21 days old and ensure exceptional performance with 0% variability. More information about the germination process can be found on our resource page.
If you are growing hemp for fiber or grain production, you do not need to purchase feminized hemp seeds. In fact, some male plants are required to pollinate the female plants for seed production.

Where can I grow hemp seeds?

Hemp can grow in most parts of the US, with the exception of extreme desert areas. Hemp seeds grow best in warm weather and well-drained soil. However, Blue Forest Farms has dedicated themselves to developing strains that have been optimized for each individual, growing climate. If you’re interested in learning which varieties work best in your region, get in touch with one of our sales representatives.
The passage of the 2018 Farm Bill legalized the cultivation of hemp within the United States. That being said, it’s still a highly regulated crop. Hemp licenses can be obtained in 49 states via the that department of agriculture or the United States Department of Agriculture. It is illegal to grow hemp in Idaho.

Does hemp seed contain CBD?

CBD is extracted from the flower and stalks of mature hemp plants, not from the seeds themselves. In other words, CBD hemp seeds—like the hemp seeds for sale at Blue Forest Farms—will produce hemp plants that are high in CBD. Again, the seeds themselves do not contain any CBD.

Do feminized hemp seeds always produce female plants?

Using feminized hemp seeds boosts your probability of producing a female plant to at least 99%—eliminating the time, effort and resources spent tending to all plants, and ultimately, determining their genders to remove the males. In our experience using feminized hemp seeds, we typically find one or two phenotypic males per 10,000 plants.
Males have the potential to greatly decrease your yields by pollinating your female plants so we always recommend scouting even if you’re confident your seed is feminized. One or two males in 10,000 plants is significantly less detrimental than 5,000 males in 10,000 plants.

What makes a hemp seed “feminized”?

Feminized hemp seed is produced without the introduction of male genetics. As a result, the plants that grow from feminized seed will not have access to the genetic information needed for male sex organs—ensuring that almost 100% of the plants produced will be female. To learn more about feminization and how it’s done, check out our blog.