-Flower Pot

Flower Pot Cannabis Flower Lineage:

Silly Putty x Greaseball

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FLOWER POT AT A GLANCE

Tastes like the whole flowerpot that you would see sitting on a porch on a summer day in a big clay terracotta pot. That's got the botanicals hanging out, the moths coming out, it's dripping with dew, it's got that rich soil, you're smelling different types of flowers

Breeder: Volta Fiore

Jason Sirotin:
Hello and welcome to another exciting episode of the Greenstone Podcast. I'm Jason Sirotin and today we are joined by Gary Walker, Mr. Genetics, and the one, the only, Chris from Volta Fiore. Today we're going to be talking about Chris's amazing cannabis strain called Flowerpot. This is a really interesting one Chris, take us through Flowerpot.

Chris:
So Flowerpot, really kind of the way I've looked at it is the Volta Fiore, it's all kind of about the Greaseball. That's the matriarch, as we've said. But you know, after that we have these three lines, these three tracks, that the trains are running down and it's the Greaseball, the Silly Putty and the Flowerpot. That's because they're so different, and it's so amazing that from one strain, the Greaseball, you can create so many things that are different. So the Flowerpot is the Silly Putty cross with the Greaseball. It's totally different and it's a different universe. It's like a key to a door that opens up a new universe and it... The Greaseball one, the floral at that Golden Tarp Awards, they didn't even know what the Flowerpot would do because it's 10 times more flowery.

Chris:
That name, Flowerpot, came from because it honestly tastes like a flowerpot. It tastes like the whole flowerpot that you would see sitting on a porch on a summer day in a big clay terracotta pot. That's got the botanicals hanging out, the moths coming out, it's dripping with dew, it's got that rich soil, you're smelling different types of flowers. I mean, it's all of it. So that name too just came, you know, it was just like fell from the heavens. It was just so perfect for that strain.

Chris:
The crosses that we're getting from the Flowerpot are just very flowery, a sweet gas in a berry world, raspberry, blueberry, blackberry kind of sweetness, but it's so smooth. That's another thing about the Flowerpot is you blow it out on exhale and it's just like air, it's so smooth. You never cough. It's never harsh on the lungs. So that's kind of an interesting thing as we're crossing things with it, we're getting all these gases, twangs, sour notes, but with a smooth, a smoothness that kind of, as you exhale, the brain goes, How come I'm not coughing? How come my throat doesn't hurt? You know? So it's really kind of a cool, cool little zone we're in with the Flowerpot, because again, the terps there are different than anything I had ever personally experienced. So I knew we had something that we could move forward with and bring some people, some really cool, interesting new stuff that they might not have ever experienced before.

Jason Sirotin:
That one sounds delicious.

Gary Walker:
Yeah. If I could jump in real quick.

Jason Sirotin:
Go ahead.

Gary Walker:
You know, we've recently partnered with each other and I'm hunting out your Flowerpot Xs, it's like kind of an underground secret project we got going on. Maybe you can just touch real quick on how the Flowerpot X came about and your theory on how you think C-Pack should be able to provide buyers on a wide variety of phenos as opposed to getting the same kind of pheno between all the seeds, and how the Flowerpot X kind of accomplishes that.

Chris:
Oh, okay. You hear a lot about people saying you got to put the work in, you got to put the work in and breed, and that the buyer wants a seed pack where every single seed is going to be different. If I order that blueberry pack, I want every single seed to be different. I mean, I've always kind of understood that a little bit on some level. People, you know, okay, you might want get the same seeds in the pack. It kind of makes sense. I know in the last few years when we've been up speaking with farmers in Humboldt and Mendocino and some of those old school guys, they liked the idea of being able to just throw seeds in the ground and everything kind of comes up the same. But I don't know, in my experiences, I don't remember seeing that too much.

Chris:
I mean, I remember getting bags of outdoor California weed that were like trail mixes. Where you could kind of tell it was kind of the same pot, but it's like, it's all different phenotypes, all mixed in there. So then the bag appeal of that, someone looking through the bag at it, said, Well, that one's purple, that one's red, that one's green. Then they say, Is this different pot? Are you mixing different pot in here? And it's just like, No, it was just all these different phenotypes.

Chris:
I've also seen a lot of my [inaudible 00:05:07] grow indoors and they buy seeds and they don't get that consistency that they really thought they would, they were told they would. You know, you still have to do some kind of pheno hunting to find the one that is the most vigorous plant, the biggest yielder, the best smeller.

Chris:
So some of that consistency, I just never saw... People expected it, they told me it was there and I just personally never saw it was there. But you know, then the other side of that, I think nowadays where we're all becoming such connoisseurs and we're all realizing that we have the power to create stuff on our own, and it's not rocket science. It's nothing that we should be intimidated about. We can all dive into it. So where we're at now in the wheat world is nobody's really working with simple strains. Landraces, things that are so stable. We're all working with these deep complex hybrids that have been crossed over and over again. So, trying to say, Okay, I'm going to try and stabilize my strain and make it so a seed pack is all the same. Well, I could see that benefit maybe to a farmer might want it all the same.

Chris:
But in terms of my life, everybody I know, people are getting into the pheno hunt. People like the idea of, Give me a shot at something different. So our strains offer a lot of variation. Our seeds offer variation. You know, there's going to be a lot of different expressions coming out, so those FPX seeds, you're going to be in a certain universe and you're going to see a bunch of similarities between it, but you're also going to have the ability to win. To kind of get that lottery one, to find phenos that are better than the ones Volta even found. So I like that. I personally think that that's fun and exciting. If you want all the same one, take clones, we all know how to grow. We all know how to take clones. You find the pheno you like, take clones of it, but with some variation.

Chris:
Also, just some honesty upfront and telling people what to expect. We're trying to find stuff new. We're not trying to create something that is going to be the exact same thing over and over. I just don't have the time in my life. I would say that would be a whole lifetime project just to stabilize one strain. So we're trying to just keep moving forward and create new stuff and let the people on the other end, the people who get our seeds, have as good a chance, or even a better chance finding the winners than we do. That's always fine with us. We're just trying to get some of that stuff out there and share it with people.

Chris:
A lot of those seeds weren't ever even meant to go out to the public. Now we've kind of made the decision that we want to share them and we need more people trying them and testing them and seeing for themselves. Trying it, because like I said, the effects of this herb are just different. Not only does it kind of look different, but it feels different. Real helpful, and thankful for you guys in this relationship. You're going to find some really cool stuff in those seeds and I'm really excited about it.

Jason Sirotin:
Us too.

Chris:
Awesome.

Jason Sirotin:
Chris, thank you so much for taking the time today to talk to us about Flowerpot. We're so excited about this and some of the other genetics that we're growing here at GreenStone. If you're interested in learning more about our grow and about us, or possibly buying some of our product, you can go to greenstonefire.com. You can also subscribe to this podcast and you can check us out on Apex. On behalf of everybody here, thank you and we'll see you next time.

How to buy FLOWER POT

Buying Flower Pot cannabis flower can be accomplished in two ways. If you are a licensed Colorado medical or recreational cannabis dispensary you can contact us here or you can make orders directly on Apex and LeafLink. If you are a medical patient or a recreational consumer simply call your local dispensary and inquire if they have GreenStone’s Flower Pot in stock. If they don’t please request it by name. Greenstone’s Flower Pot please!

 

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