- its extraordinary work at creating new strains
- its catalogue of some of the most awarded strains
Sensi Seeds also allowed the buying of feminized and autoflowering seeds.
In 2006, Sensi Seeds also acquired the Flying Dutchmen from Eddie. Eddie, Ben Dronkers and Nevil Schoenmakers were the only one to get the first US Skunk and Haze in early 80’s, and the three breeders works were finally reunited in the same company.
The Sensi Seeds shop sold also cannabis seeds from the Seed Bank, an other cannabis seedbank created by Nevil Schoenmakers, that Ben Dronkers will finally buy in 1991, merging the genetics stocks of the two companies.
“Through the Museum, we wanted to provide people with information about what hash, marijuana and hemp can do. Not simply the role of cannabis in Amsterdam’s Coffeeshops, but its status as an essential, renewable resource and a global cultural and natural phenomenon,” he says.
- An historical seedbank
- Some of the most famous strains, one click away from you
- Quality of the seeds
Sensi Seeds started as the Sensi Seed Club in 1985 (or Sensi Connoisseurs’ Club). All the breeding work was done indoor and played with Afghan hash plants, African and Asian sativas.
- The last strains are pretty expensive
- Very European focused
Sensi Seeds is nowadays probably one of the most known cannabis seedbank, for 2 main reasons:
Sensi Seeds is nowadays probably one of the most known cannabis seedbank, for its extraordinary work at creating new strains and its seeds catalogue.