Seed Bank USA

Seed Bank USA - Best US Seed Bank
Seed Bank USA – Best US Seed Bank

Seed Bank USA – Greenpoint Seeds has worked hard and long to be the best. Being the best at anything is hard to accomplish and takes time. Becoming the best Seed Bank USA and keeping that title has pushed us harder than any other US seed bank in the industry. Greenpoint Seeds has worked day and night for years to accomplish what you see today. There are a lot of seed banks out there that claim to have a seed bank USA, but they are actually in another country. We take offense to that and we don’t think its right. When you want to buy US-bred cannabis and hemp seeds from a real Seed Bank USA, you have expectations. One of those expectations is that you actually get your cannabis and hemp seeds from a seed bank USA.

Seed Bank USA

Our seed bank is located in Denver, Colorado. We have many suppliers that sell our seeds in different states throughout the USA and abroad. Most importantly, our seed bank USA is the best in the industry. Many of these other seed banks that you may have seen in the search results as being a real “Seed Bank USA”, are really in Canada. They are selling their cannabis and hemp seeds as US cannabis and hemp seeds.

Best USA Cannabis Seeds

We are hardworking Americans and we take pride in offering the best US cannabis and hemp genetics in our beautiful country. Anyone selling you seeds under our country’s name should be based in the USA and should have their breeding operations in the USA. Many seed banks get a business license in the USA and operate a US business from abroad. We see it happen mostly with Canadian seed banks posing as seed banks in the USA.

How To Spot A Fake Seed Bank USA

  • A seed bank with Google Maps listings in every state or many states (use a search engine to look up the addresses they claim to be at or use the 360 views in Google Maps to see what the storefront actually looks like).
  • A seed bank with a page for each state that is not selling state-specific seeds. This is done by some seed banks to fool Google’s crawlers into thinking they have a seed bank in each state and thus should be listed as a seed bank in each state (versus a legitimate seed bank like Fortuna Hemp that has a page for each state so hemp farmers can find what seeds are allowed to be grown in each state).
  • A cheap-looking website that has most prices listed in another currency..
  • Check the Contact/About Us section and see if they offer a US address or phone number to contact them. If they don’t have either, or they have a phone number with a weird foreign country code, then they are not a Seed Bank USA.