Lazy Bee Gardens is a sun grown Tier 3 located in the breathtaking Methow Valley. Their sustainable farming methods mean cannabis is grown the way nature intended — pesticide free.
What sets Lazy Bee Garden apart is their soil. Matt, the owner, uses locally sourced, organic soil amendments, mulches and companion crops. He brews Actively Aerated Compost Teas (AACT). After a few days of steeping, Matt adds this brew of probiotics to the soil.
Next, microbes and fungi establish themselves in the earth. They enhance the plant’s ability to assimilate the naturally occurring nutrients found in the mineral-rich soil. As a result, a living ecosystem develops around the roots and a food-chain forms. At the top of this chain? Worms. Their castings provide aeration, nitrogen and other nutrients to promote strong, healthy plants.
Chemical based fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides have no place in this garden. Lazy Bee’s buds are all natural and provide a flavorful, clean burn.
Lazy Bee grows a plethora of top shelf strains. Award winning genetics include Tesla Tower and Jack of Spades. Other gems in their genetic vault? I love Pineapple Express, Romulan, Cherry Cookies and Tangie.
Lastly, Lazy Bee Gardens understands the importance of terpenes. Buds hang dry to ensure maximum flavor and potency. Product then cures in turkey bags before being packaged, sealed and shipped to i502 shops.
Lazy Bee Gardens sets the standard for sustainable farming. As states legalize, I hope more growers follow their lead. Matt’s dedication, drive and passion for the plant are evident. The proof is in the pot. High-quality, low-carbon footprint cannabis.