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Maine legalized adult-use cannabis in 2016, but failed to implement commercial sales since then. Maine residents 21 and over can grow up to six mature plants, but must get creative about how they obtain those seeds or clones, including going to events, or asking friends. Maine has no timeline to implement the will of voters with regard to legalization.

Due to a market glut and changing fashions, most Oregon breeders have moved on from Blue Dream. Look for new strains Oregon by in-state breeders Doghouse, Hermetic Genetics, Dynasty Genetics, Massive Seeds, Subcool Seeds, and Homegrown Natural Wonders.
Your best bet might be major clone seller Dark Heart Nursery — who lists Blue Dream clones in their strain catalog. You can sign up for alerts where new Blue Dream clones will be sold. Dark Heart outlets include:

Here’s where and how to buy legal Blue Dream seeds and clones (growers call ‘em “genetics”) in America’s legal cannabis markets and beyond. Wondering if you’re legal? Click here to read a state-by-state breakdown of homegrow laws.
Nevadans can legally grow up to six plants at home, but only if they live more than 25 miles away from a dispensary. We’re not seeing seeds or clones for sale in Nevada’s licensed, adult-use retailers. Gifting is legal in Nevada, so friends, and community events.
We don’t see any Blue Dream on shelves in Oklahoma, yet, but cannabis stores that sell seeds include:
Licensed, in-state breeder Humboldt Seed Co. has a Blue Dream it calls “Humboldt Dream”. Look for it at Humboldt Seed Co. outlets like:
Cannabis is super-illegal in the state of Texas and we do not recommend buying seeds or growing cannabis in the conservative state. Don’t mess with Texas. Maybe move to Oklahoma.

Lastly, top-ranking California breeder The Cali Connection also sells a feminized “Blue Dream Haze”, spotted at 805 Beach Breaks in Grover Beach, CA. and Mt. Shasta Patients Collective, in Mt. Shasta, CA.

Learn where Blue Dream seeds are sold online worldwide, as well as in adult-use and medical states like California, Oregon, Colorado, Michigan and even Oklahoma.