During this beautiful summer season, the hemp farms in and around Asheville an incredible sight. (Especially Green River Botanical!) Hidden in the mountains, they are not something that many people get the chance to experience. So we solved the problem. With the help of our tech-savvy friends, we were able to capture the beauty of GRB hemp farm as their hemp plants begin to grow and produce. Continue scrolling for a virtual tour of Green River Botanical.

Take a moment to de-stress and experience these incredible views from the comfort of your home!

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Green River Botanicals is the sister company of Southeastern Natives, a massive greenhouse of native plants, you can see the outdoor greenhouses in full swing, and the outdoor hemp fields in the early stages of growth.

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Once we get closer, we can see what these cannabis plants look like! Yes, it looks just like weed! This outdoor crop will be grown organically and with extreme care! It takes about 60 days for this plant to begin budding, and then the trimming process begins!

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Soon, a team of local cannabis enthusiasts will be out in the field, picking, trimming, and sorting the hemp flower! We personally could not think of a better place to come and work all day long! At this point of growth, the wind will start to pick up the powerful aroma of cannabis, and it takes over the entire property!

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And finally, we were able to capture these incredible shots above the farm that really showcase what an amazing area we live in! The atmosphere is not only prime for growing cannabis, but prime for growing your mind, body and spirit.

We hope you enjoyed this gallery tour of a local farm, and that it took your mind to a more relaxing state before you go back to the real world! If you would like to see what this farm produces, click this link!