PROVIDING DELICIOUS, SUN GROWN
CANNABIS TO THE FINE PEOPLE OF WASHINGTON STATE

     Lazy Bee Gardens is located in Winthrop, WA; nestled along the pristine Methow River, in sunny Okanogan County. We are dedicated to sustainable farming practices, so our cannabis is grown the way nature intended. Using locally sourced organic soil amendments, we till our soil each spring. Next, we brew up an Active Aerated Compost Tea (AACT). After a day or two we look at the microbial activity under a high powered microscope. Once we see the proper amount of beneficial bacteria on the slide, we water our cannabis with the tea. The aerobic bacteria establishes itself in the earth and enhancing the plant's ability to assimilate the naturally occurring nutrients found in our glacier rich soil. A living ecosystem develops around the roots and an entire food chain is set up. At the top of the food chain are our worm friends, and their droppings provide aeration, additional nitrogen, and other nutrients that promote strong and healthy plants. We never use mineral-based fertilizers on our plants, so the finished product tastes delicious and burns clean. We never spray our cannabis with pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides, so you know the herb you buy from Lazy Bee Gardens™ will be pure and tasty. 

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     Cannabis connoisseurs all agree on one thing: the best tasting herb is grown in soil. In addition to our sustainable, Terra-based cultivation, we choose strains with high terpene profiles. Terpenes are the smell & taste compounds found in nature (click here for more about terpenes).  Another requisite for great tasting herb is a proper cure. We cure our buds slowly to insure maximum flavor and potency, so expect the room to be filled with a pungent aroma after you open your package of Lazy Bee. The latest research shows that terpenes play an integral roll in how each strain affects you. It is the combination of THC, additional cannabinoids, and the variety of terpenes which create the strain specific 'high' felt.   

WE LOVE THE METHOW VALLEY, WE LOVE THIS PLANET, AND WE LOVE THIS PLANT.