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How Much Do Clones Cost?

Posted by CANNASaver on Monday, 22 November 2021 in Canna Blog

When you wake up and look in the mirror you see your own reflection looking back at you.

Nothing too strange is happening here; you smile, the reflection smiles back. You pick up your toothpaste and begin to give your chompers the morning scrub down. Your reflection does the same. You set the toothpaste and toothbrush down and spit into the sink. Something’s off though...the reflection is still brushing their teeth although you have stopped. Then it dawns on you, this isn’t a reflection at all!  

It’s a clone!!  

A clone of you and you’ve been bamboozled because your clone replaced the mirror with a window and was pulling pranks on you! 

Then you remember about that one time you volunteered for a study with the Swedish genetics lab for some quick cash to buy an ounce of top shelf primo chronic and you realize that “you” are no longer the only “you” running around in the world anymore. A large price to pay for that bubonic chronic.  

Luckily, you wake up again in your own bed and remember you never did volunteer for that offer from the Swedish lab because you have Cannasaver to provide you with all the low cost, high quality chronic you need! 

Just like these deals on top-shelf ounces! 

But what was up with the clone from your dream?  

Did you forget to turn the oven off before you passed out from those edibles you ate the night before?  

Is your dog still at the groomer?  

Did you get paper towels at the grocery store?  

Oh yeah!  

You need clones to start your phat indoor tent grow but you forgot where your buddy said to go get the best ones!  

Fear not, friends!  

We’ve got your back at Cannasaver and will give you the lowdown on how much they cost, where to find clones and the difference between starting from seeds or grabbing some babies from a dank momma plant. 

Where to Find the Clones to Grow On Your Own

Back in the day before cannabis was legalized, getting clones could be quite an ordeal.  

You really needed to know someone who was super cool and had a nice Mother Plant or a seed from a bag and had started it to make a nice Mother Plant.  

Am I talking another language to you?

You can find out more in our blog The Difference Between Clones and Seeds about how to make clones from a Mother Plant or how to start a seed and make one yourself.  

Luckily today, in our weed-friendly, weed-legal society, most dispensaries have some options for clones!  

We recommend giving a call ahead of time to ask a budtender if the one you like to support and shop with carries them.  

The next question you should ask yourself is what kind of cannabis would you like to grow?  

A stanky, danky indica that will chill you out after a long day and leave you feeling like a fresh-baked apple pie hanging in Grandma’s window?  

Or would you like a sativa dominant that will spark your creative synapses and make you want to paint the next Picasso?

Both are great choices and if you’d like to know more check out the blog on Sativas vs. Indicas. 

Recommended Clone Strains

Here are a couple strains of each we recommend for your grow:


Looking for something on the heavier, sleepy side? Indicas are your “grow”-to:

White Rhino

This is our top pick for an easy to grow, potent, and high-yielding choice for an indica clone.  

It’ll give you a great skunky, gassy smell with a nice potent kick. 

It is great for people who have trouble relaxing or sleeping at night.


This strain is another great pick for a dank indica to grow yourself.  

It won the 2000 Cannabis Cup for ‘Best Indica’ and has a flavor that will rock your socks right off into the laundry, dry em’, and put them back on your feet without you even realizing they left.  It’s got a great yield as well and is a very hearty plant with nice dense buds. 


For something a bit more “uppity” here are some sativa clones you’re bound to like:

Super Silver Haze


That’s what we have to say about this heady sativa strain.  

It grows nice and tall with some great bud spacing.  

It’s one of the best daytime smokes we have ever had and has won multiple cannabis cups across the world.  This tried and true strain has never done us wrong and we wouldn’t recommend it to you if we didn’t think it would do the same for you. 

Blue Dream

This is another great sativa that has a nice blueberry smoke flavor.  

It’s a great way to have that fruity taste with a daytime high that’ll keep you rockin' and rollin' from morning all the way into the evening.

How Much Will These Clones Cost Me?

After reading about how great clones are and how easy they are to start vs. a seed, you may be asking yourself, ‘How much is this gonna cost me?’  

Well if you guessed thousands of dollars to start your own crop you would be wrong, unless of course it’s some prized genetic that only one guy has and will not give to anyone.  

For the most part, clones are generally around $25 per plant.  

There are some variables that can change the price, the size of the clone, the rarity of the clone, and how many clones you’re looking to buy.  

A lot of dispensaries will offer discount pricing on multiple clones.  

For example, 5 for $100.  

We recommend checking out our page regularly for updates on the best clone deals in Denver. 

You can find them right here the best deals on clones! 


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Cannabis Seeds and Clones

Posted by CANNASaver on Friday, 24 September 2021 in Canna Blog

Fall is officially here for the year and with its arrival brings many wonderful things.

Leaves changing, pumpkin spice everything, Halloween, cozy nights, corn mazes, and most importantly harvest time for this year’s outdoor crop! 

October, or as we call it here at Cannasaver, ‘Croptober’, is our favorite time of the year. 

For us, it means there’ll be a whole bunch of new weed deals for the month and some brand new strains to test out.  There’s nothing better than getting your hands and fingers sticky from trimming up those tasty buds with your buds before they are hung and dried. 

The smell alone is worth setting some time aside to trim some pot.  But maybe you didn’t have a chance to grow your own crop this year or maybe you didn’t know where to begin your growing journey? 

Well, fear not, friends!

We here at Cannasaver have done our research and are bringing you all the information you’ll need to decide for next year how to begin your garden by starting some seeds or acquiring some already rooted weed clones or cuttings. 

Each option has its own benefits and ranges in level of difficulty to get your baby plants into flowering giants.  

Weed Seeds 

Has this ever happened to you? 

You get a bag of some dank, dank chronic and while smoking it, you stumble upon a few seeds hidden in the tasty flowers so you set them aside and save them because the ganja was so dank that you want to grow some yourself. 


The first step you’ll want to do is to get the seed to germinate and begin its very first root

To germinate and begin your seeds, you’ll want to get a paper towel wet and squeeze out excess water so that it’s damp but not soaking

Next, set your seeds inside the paper towel and place the paper towel between two plates so the paper towel is sitting in a small, dark dome between the two plates.

Put the plates in a warm 70-80 degree area and wait around 3 days to a week, checking the seeds once a day after the 3-day mark and keeping the paper towels wet with a spray bottle of water. 

You should see the husk of the seed break open on one end and a small white root begins to show.  This is called a taproot.  Once this root is present, you can now put your seed into soil or your preferred growing medium.  

You’ll want to start small with your pot size and increase the size as your baby seed grows bigger. 

Benefits of Weed Seeds

The coolest part of starting your own seeds is that the weed you grow from it and the cuttings that come from your plant are exclusive and no one else will have that exact strain unless you give out the cuttings. 

Some growers take this to heart and protect their signature strains under lock and key. 

The other benefit is you are able to pick the best traits from many different seeds you start and select the most vigorous, healthy, and best yielding strain by testing multiple seeds from the same bag.  

If you’re looking for a great seed deal check out our friends over at Herbs4you!

They have a sale going on with their feminized seeds in some fire flavors for you to choose from.

Weed Clones

For some though starting from seeds can be too lengthy a process and want to have a faster turnover from start to finish. 

For many, the alternative to starting from seeds is to buy clones or cuttings from a grower or shop.  

A clone is an already-rooted weed plant taken from a "mother" plant. 

This is done by cutting one of the branches off a larger plant or “Mother plant” and placing the stem end down into either rock wool or an aeroponic cloning machine

Both methods require a rooting hormone to be used in order to stimulate the plant's natural ability to grow fresh healthy roots.  

The process usually takes 7-10 days depending on the strain you are taking the cutting from and the conditions that it is being kept in. 

Ideally, the temperature should be around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. 

The newly-taken cuttings must be kept moist and hydrated to prevent them from drying out before the roots have appeared. 

Plants are able to absorb moisture from their stomata located at the leaf nodes.  

Perhaps the best part of getting clones vs. seeds is that you know what you are getting as far as a strain goes.  You have a proven winner and healthy stallion genetics thriving in those babies.  If you can get them from a source such as from a featured dispensary on our site, then you know what you are getting will throw down that hot fire dank dank everyone wants to grow. 

You are also able to skip the Phenotype testing that takes a whole grow cycle to perfect and determine which plant you’ll want to keep for your "mother" plant.  

For many large recreational growers, clones are the way of life. 

Having healthy clones to start a crop is the difference between a high-yielding, vigorous, stanky-danky garden full of thriving beautiful cannabis plants vs. a wimpy garden with some puny nuggets barely producing any sweet trichomes.

When shopping for your new babies we recommend checking out our deals on clones around your area.

Our Suggestions on Seeds and Clones

We recommend starting with healthy established clones for your first garden. 

Generally speaking, you’ll run into fewer health issues down the line starting from genetics that have already been tested by other growers. 

You’ll cut 2-3 weeks off your grow cycle by having already rooted established babies to start your garden rather than waiting for seedlings to sprout. 

Ask your budtender or grower for something mold-resistant, high yielding, and then take your pick of Sativa or Indica that will float your balloon as high as a giraffe's necktie. 

Look at that thumb turn green!

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