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Have a look at Hair of the Dog, take a bite out of some Mendo Cookies or sample some Scotch Pie; all of which offer a potent powerhouse of a plant. Whatever the case, ensure you capitalise on our range of rare cannabis seeds today, for they may be gone tomorrow!

Welcome to our range of exclusive & rare cannabis seeds; here you’ll find a number of highly sought-after strains, all boasting great genetics. In this collection, you’ll likely find a number of discontinued strains, rare/dying breeds and much more. Furthermore, many of these seedlings currently remain unavailable to the public, either part of an exclusive promotion or thanks to our many connections in the industry.

Alternatively, feel free to browse our cannabis seed bank, featuring contributions from many renowned breeders. Lastly, we insist that all our customers should follow the laws set by their country, state or province. Any and all seedlings sold for novelty purposes only. The British Seed Company also take no responsibility if any products sold used in any form considered illicit or illegal to relevant authorities.

But anyway, putting all that unpleasantness aside, I recently indulged in a pleasant little thought experiment by asking some of the world’s leading cannabis connoisseurs two questions:

Or was was the strain named after the coffeeshop?

We heard you can find Bubba OG at these shops.

The history of the Chemdog line of cannabis strains is long, convoluted, and fascinating , with an origin story that dates back to bag seed salvaged from an ounce of primo bud sold on a Grateful Dead tour back in 1991. Perhaps most famous for its incredibly potent progeny—including Sour Diesel , OG Kush , and their many variants and offspring—the original Chemdog varietal (now known as Chemdog 91) remains among the most potent, flavorful, and sought after cannabis cuts of all time. Known for its earthy, skunky, diesel aroma and euphoric high, it’s often imitated, but rarely located these days.

Culling through their responses—plus some “big data” supplied by Leafly’s in-house researchers—I put together this highly-subjective list of rare and highly sought after cannabis varietals. Consider this only the start, so please add your “holy grail” strains in the comments. And yeah, if you happen to know where to track down a nice nug or two of Kali Mist , I can be reached via Twitter: @pot_handbook

Named for its four parents—three distinct landrace strains hailing from Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan, plus the legendary Skunk #1 —Four Way is one of the most pungent strains of all time, while also delivering a potent cannabinoid profile with up to 20% THC and 2% CBD. Predominantly indica with creeping sedative effects, this beloved but elusive strain retains the spicy, hashy taste and aroma of its exotic parentage, plus notes of pure stinky skunk.

While Oracle certainly hasn’t lived up to what it was once purported to be, seeds still don’t come cheap. One online seed shop has 10 Oracle seeds listed for over $600.

California cannabis testing lab, The Werc Shop, took a deeper look at this strain whose seeds were selling for up to $200 a piece online. What analysts found was that the genetics of Oracle were identical to ACDC, a high-CBD strain that is excellent for conditions such as epilepsy.

Quality cannabis doesn’t come cheap. And just like a bottle of fine wine, some marijuana strains are more expensive than others. High-quality cannabis has humble beginnings as a high-quality seed.

What are the Most Expensive Marijuana Seeds?

The most expensive seeds are usually the ones with the strongest genetics. However, cannabis seeds don’t have to have the best genetics in the world to become so costly. Expensive seeds usually cost so much because of their popularity. A strain that wins a Cannabis Cup or two will typically be more expensive than a strain that hasn’t received any awards.

As a strong sativa-dominant strain, XJ-13 is a cross between the famous Jack Herer and G13 Haze. It’s known as one of the best strains to start your day, offering increased creativity, energy, and focus. Seeds, if you can find them, aren’t going to come cheap.

Outdoors, Fruity Pebbles does best when grown in a steady climate in indirect sunlight. Indoor grows with Fruity Pebbles will require plenty of space, as these plants can grow tall like a sativa, with fat indica-like buds that will need plenty of support.

Kosher Kush seeds won’t cost you thousands, but they are still relatively expensive. A pack of 6 seeds can run $100 or more. Good news is, Kosher Kush is easy on the beginning grower. It thrives when grown indoors and is known to produce well over a pound per plant.