The Lowell Herb Co is a marijuana farm California. It was initially established way back in 1909.
Over a hundred years later, marijuana is much more welcome in mainstream society. And with that, Lowell has started offering a new product.
Bouquets of flowers are a pretty common gift for someone you love. But Lowell has given the bouquet their own twist.
That's right, Lowell recently started selling marijuana bouquets. They're perfect for that special someone who also likes to keep things chill.
Sure, they're not as colorful as a regular bouquet. But for true weed connoisseurs, that probably won't be a problem.
With most bouquets, all you can do is look at it for a few days before throwing it away. But with these bouquets, you can actually put them to use.
Lowell initially made these bouquets available as a special for Valentine's Day. They were sold for $400 a pop.
Valentine's Day may be is over, but the bouquets are still listed on their website. Perhaps this means they've become a permanent item.
In 1909, William “Bull” Lowell started growing marijuana, or as they called it at the time, “Indian Hemp." But one person was opposed to the farm.
That person was Henry J. Finger. He was a member of the California Board of Pharmacy who felt pot was “being smoked by the wrong kinds of people.”
Finger was instrumental in outlawing pot in California in 1913. But Lowell believe he should still have the right to grow the plant, and kept growing pot on his farm.
However, Finger knew Lowell was still growing. He had Lowell arrested, and threw him in jail.
Today, Lowell's family is keeping the farm going, and with pot now legal in California, they can be more innovative with their products. And now you can use one of their arrangements to show your feelings for that special stoner in your life.