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Hades OG #25 is the product of Humboldt Seed Companies largest OG pheno hunt to date. Sifting through thousands of seed starts, this OG was clearly the champion, With strong lateral side branching and dense flower formation, this plant responds vigorously to topping and produces extremely frosty and dense buds throughout the entire canopy.

This kush strain is so completely covered in crystals it takes on an actual silvery platinum bling.
A unique, and easy to grow 2:1 CBD strain found up in the mountains of Afghanistan, and bred on Kauai. Her scent is of tropical sweet guava, with a hint of Sandlewood.

Created by breeder Ken Estes, Ken’s Granddaddy Purple differs from most GDP cuts. Ken’s GDP has been crossed back into itself creating a more potent, effective and robust strain.
Tight node spacing and dense bud structure makes up this perfectly balanced hybrid (50% Sativa, 50% Indica)
This high yielding, 2:1 CBD cannabis strain, that won Best CBD Flower, is sure to produce well for you no matter what garden environment you place her in!
A unique flavored phenotype of the 1990’s Romulan Diesel, with a short flowering time, making her ideal for most growing environments.
A super dense bud that is very hairy with a sweet piney aroma

A cross between Tahoe OG and Alien Kush, the buds on this plant grow tight & slightly elongated. Its branches tend to keep stretching in the first few weeks of flowering.

Learn all about our extensive lineup of premium-quality genetics.

High times weed pictures

As more and more smokers converted to concentrates in the early part of the decade, High Times asked the question: “Is 710 the new 420?” Never much for subtlety, we had one of our favorite pot photographers, Justin Cannabis, grab a scale and literally weigh the contenders—buds on one side, dabs on the other—for our July 2013 issue.

One of our all-time-favorite shots, this centerfold features a ton of pot! An actual ton. That’s 2,000 pounds, or 32,000 ounces—plus one lucky model who got to roll around in all that weed while watching Johnny Carson. This epic pic, shot by the legendary pot photographer Steve Cooper, appeared in our March 1978 issue.
High Times has produced some of the most remarkable cannabis photography the world has ever seen. This is all the more impressive considering that the High Times centerfold started out as a satire of Playboy. In fact, our very first centerfold, in the Fall 1974 issue, featured a 20-pound brick of Colombian weed seductively posed on a white silk sheet. The accompanying text portrayed the pot as a flirtatious model and even included measurements (15″ x 15″ x 7″).

Dubbed “Dope in Space,” this centerfold illustrates what’s possible when a magazine staff gets high and contemplates the question, ‘What if there was marijuana in outer space?” The shoot produced this centerfold, plus the cover (featuring a joint rocketing to the moon) and a second double-page spread (featuring a toy plane navigating through an asteroid field comprised of chunks of cocaine) for our June 1981 issue.
Before the indoor-cultivation revolution, smokers relied on sun-grown weed smuggled into the United States from places like Mexico, Jamaica and Colombia. This centerfold, from our Spring 1975 issue, features some of the choicest bud the ’70s had to offer: Thai Stick. Originating in Thailand, Thai Stick was potent pot painstakingly tied to stems. It was also expensive, costing as much as $2,500 per pound.
Think of this still life from our October 2002 issue as the granddaddy of all those Instagram photos of meticulously manicured buds posed next to various waxes and shatters. This shot, which predates both Instagram and the concentrate craze, features a ring of Sweet Pink Grapefruit surrounding five different kinds of hash on a bed of seeds.
Located in Wiltshire, England, and erected around 3000 BC, Stonehenge has been baffling archaeologists and scholars since its discovery. Our homage, Stonedhenge, was erected at the High Times office for our September 1995 issue and taken down and consumed shortly thereafter. While it may not be as awe-inspiring as the original, Stonedhenge is nonetheless an impressive feat of cannabis construction.
Over the years, thanks to great photographers, cannabis-inspired creativity and a whole lot of weed, the High Times centerfold has yielded an impressive array of pot photos. For our 500th issue, we’re highlighting some of our favorites, from the 1970s to the present day.

An article on the rise of surfer smugglers in the 1960s and ’70s blossomed into an ambitious shoot with a surfboard, a starfish and a pound of The Gift. Long-time High Times photog Freebie snapped this beachside shot, and if you’re having trouble with the perspective, take our word for it: That’s a lot of pot.

High Times has produced some of the most remarkable cannabis photography the world has ever seen. This is all the more impressive considering that the High Time