Green House Seeds was founded in Amsterdam in 1985 by Arjan Roskam, an expert strain hunter and self-proclaimed King of Cannabis. It has since significantly increased in popularity and expanded to include four weed coffee shops, a film/documentary business, and a nutrients company. While the empire is growing and the quality of the genetics sprouting from its backyard still deserves applause, public forums reveal a large enough number of negative feedback that leaves us wondering if GHS seeds still live up to the hype or basking in previous glory. Find out the answer in this full review.
Green House Seeds breeders search far and wide for strains that will elevate the quality of their collection. The efforts resulted in 17 Highlife cups, over 40 Cannabis cups, and countless satisfied customers. That said, a good chunk of online complaints are about failed germination, which can make one think there may be a prevalent problem.
Currently, Green House Seeds offer 102 varieties. The most popular ones are:
- Lemon Skunk
- Super Silver Haze
- White Widow
- Super Lemon Haze
- Jack Herer
- Train Wreck
- White Rhino
- Bubba Kush
- Moby Dick
Apart from seeds, the company sells CBD oil, smoking accessories, apparel, and other weed-related merchandise.
Shipping and Delivery
Green House Seeds ships to most European countries. Sadly, cannabis enthusiasts in the US or Canada must either buy from a reseller or opt for a different brand.
Buyers have two shipping choices — Regular or Stealth Delivery. Regular Post only costs €7.50, but it only uses plain packaging and is not traceable. On the other hand, if you’re willing to shell out €30, Stealth Delivery allows you to add a Green House Seeds’ merch, which will be used to conceal your order.
It looks like 2021 is the year Green House Seeds revamps its customer service. Their CS team has been responding and resolving concerns much faster. We also can’t help but notice their more active presence in public forums, thanking growers, providing an update, and even addressing negative feedback.
You can reach Green House Seeds by phone or email. For failed germination concerns, they typically would send a replacement but will check first if it may have been a user error.
Ease of Website Navigation
Green House Seeds’ website is simple (maybe too plain for some) and straightforward, making it easy to browse around the homepage. However, the filter for the feminized cannabis seed selection is quite inefficient. Unlike other seed bank portals that allow several criteria filtering, GHS visitors can only select one criterion, which barely reduces the list of options.
Price and Special Offers
The Green House Seed Company catalog has a low to moderate price range. Bigger packs offer a lower per seed cost than 1-seed packs, which run between €6 and €10.50. Buyers can also save a bit more by choosing products on promotion. You won’t miss them as they are at the top part of the homepage, just below the category list.
Green House Seeds accepts payments through direct banking (iDeal, Bancontact, GiroPay, MyBank, or Sofort), bank transfers, cash (only in Euros), and credit cards (Quickpay, ZionPayment, or Weldpay).
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