Marijuana Seeds Georgia: A Home Growers Guide
The state of Georgia is the largest state west of the Mississippi River and home to the Atlanta Metropolitan area, the ninth most populous city in the United States. Georgia is bordered by North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida, and Alabama. Georgia has a beautiful coastline kissed by the Atlantic Ocean. Named after King George II, the state was one of the thirteen British colonies that signed the declaration of independence revolting against the British crown triggering the American Revolution. It is also the fourth state to ratify the American Constitution.
Geographically speaking, Georgia is diverse and varied in its terrain and topography. In the northwest corner of the state is the Appalachian Plateau and Lookout Mountain, its tallest summit, standing nearly 3000 feet tall. In the northeast, the Blue Ridge Mountains sweep up from the valley bottoms looking as if they have been wind whipped for eons. These mountains are the tallest in eastern North America and south of Baffin Island.
The southern portion of Georgia is a coastal plain, pine forests and swamps, the most sizable being Okefenokee Swamp. A seven hundred square mile “blackwater” swamp is the largest of its kind on the continent and is considered to be one of Georgia’s seven natural wonders.
History is everywhere in Georgia, some good and some bad. The state endured hundreds of infamous civil war battles which scarred the land and people for a long time. Visitors wanting to learn about that history should visit the city of Savannah. As the civil war raged through the south it is rumored that when General Sherman arrived in the city, he refused to burn it, citing that the coastal city was simply too beautiful to put to the torch. It’s very easy to see why the
Union Army Commander saw it that way, Savannah features hundreds of historic homes, exquisitely designed public squares and a southern charm that can’t be found anywhere else. The city has evolved significantly since then becoming part of “The New South”, a political movement founded to integrate the city and state more fully with the United States and leave the economic and cultural traditions of the “Old South” in the past.
Georgia is the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, the civil rights leader and enduring American hero who passionately spoke of a better world in which all are equal and changed the lives of millions of people through his work. His famous “I have a dream” speech continues to inspire and motivate many Americans who witnessed the speech and he has inspired many generations after his passing. Atlanta is home to the National Historic Park named in his honor and includes his childhood home on Auburn Avenue.
We’re all familiar with Coca-Cola. The caramel flavored carbonated soda that has become the world’s most recognized and consumed brand of beverage, and its humble beginnings began in Georgia. The “World of Coca-Cola” experience puts the iconic drink’s history on display for everyone. Located in Atlanta, the museum displays the lengthy history of the beverage all the way back to its days as a temperance drink and medical patient drink. Imagine how much water has been used in Coca-Cola’s hundred-year history, enough to fill the Georgia Aquarium? Maybe, the facility opened in 2005 to much spectacle and fanfare. It contains over ten million gallons of water and seven hundred species of aquatic life. On a side note, it is the only public aquarium in the world that allows visitors to swim with whale sharks, possibly one of the coolest things you can do in a lifetime.
The Peach State has become a sort of new Hollywood in recent years with production companies shooting major television hits and movies throughout the state. The Walking Dead, an AMC production based on an unending zombie outbreak, is entirely set and filmed in Georgia along with box office pictures like Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Forrest Gump, Fried Green Tomatoes and many Marvel Studios productions. History and entertainment aside, Georgia has enjoyed strong cannabis culture through the years, in fact, many of the “rum runners” of prohibition days changed over to growing cannabis for the masses instead of operating stills. This trend created a robust marijuana scene within the state and although it functioned underground for a long time it is now coming out and Georgians are embracing the trend by starting to grow their own cannabis. Luckily, you can too when you Order American Seeds from Weed Seeds online.