“I feel like a lot of people who have done this before have been successful with the wrong strains, and I’m glad to see that I’m not the only one.”
So, to make a long story short, it was time to find a strain that was the right fit for the job.
To find out, we did a search and learned that most of the strains that were currently available were either clones of or clones of other plants.
And some of those clones were quite powerful.
“When you grow the same strain, you’re going to have more variability in the quality of your plant,” says Dr. David Wiegand, an associate professor of cannabis at the University of California, San Diego.
But what does that mean?
Well, in the case of the Hydroponics Garden, Wiegall and his team had a plant that was bred specifically to withstand the high humidity conditions in the greenhouse, which is why the indoor plants are always watered in the garden and the outdoor plants are never watered in any case.
They also bred the plant to be tolerant of cold weather, as well as drought and other conditions.
The result is a plant designed specifically to grow at home.
When we first asked Wiegany what his secret to success is, he didn’t hesitate.
“I tell people to start with the basics and then you get to the really important things,” he says.
We started with just about everything.
We tried to make sure it was the best strain, and we’re not going to take anything away from any other strain.
“You have to get the right strain for your particular needs and budget,” Wiegan says.
In the end, the team chose a strain called the Acacia, and the result is an amazing, all-natural indoor garden that will last you for years.
“It’s really not that different from a garden in your backyard, but it’s much better suited to the conditions,” Wigand says.
“Because of the temperature changes, the humidity, the temperature, the lack of light and the lack, you know, the greenhouse is always kind of hot, which means it takes a lot longer to grow your food.”
But this indoor garden is not just about the indoor space.
Wiegann says the indoor environment also contributes to the overall health of the plant, and he says that the best hydroponic plants will thrive in the indoor climate.
And that’s a big deal, because, as a gardener, your plants can’t grow well in an environment that’s too cold or too hot.
In other words, you want to make your plants live well in the winter and be able to grow in the summer.
The Acacia indoor garden also has an advantage over other hydroponics strains.
The hydroponically grown Acacia can grow in a variety of climates and soils, and it doesn’t have to be as big or as deep as its outdoor counterparts.
Wigann says that indoor plants grow best when they’re at their most prolific, but the indoor Acacia is ideal for those types of plants.
“The Acacia has the best performance and productivity in the light,” he explains.
“There’s no misting the Acacas light, so you can get all the nutrients that you need out of it.”
Wiegans team also found a strain, the Peruvian Red, that is very well suited to indoor environments.
“Peruvian Red is one of the hottest strains on the market,” Worgans says.
The Peruvian is a strain with very high levels of THC, the psychoactive chemical in marijuana, and is also very good at producing flowers.
“These flowers, which are a lot more complex, are actually a lot cheaper to produce,” Wiegers says.
And, if you want the most beautiful flowers possible, the plant should be in a location where it’s sunny, where there are no clouds or any type of stress.
“We actually used Peruvian for some of the flowers,” Wogans says, “so that’s what we’re focusing on.”
And as you can see from the photos below, there are plenty of plants that are available in different shapes and sizes.
And with all that indoor space, the indoor garden looks amazing.
“This is the most amazing indoor garden I’ve ever seen,” says Wieg, adding that it also provides a great escape from the hustle and bustle of life.
“If you’re working from home, or you have kids, or if you have some pets that need space and space needs to be fed, this is the place to be,” Wielas says.