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The Styled Side: Saying I love you with a bouquet of ... weed?




Say it with flowers: Cannabis flowers
Say it with flowers: Cannabis flowers
Courtesy of Lowell Farms

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Jewelry, chocolates, a meal at a fancy restaurant. All hallmarks of Valentine's Day. Now there's another way to say I love you:  a bouquet of marijuana.

The  cannabis arrangement  is produced by Lowell Farms, based in California's Central Valley. It's believed this is the first-ever, commercially sold weed bouquet in the U.S.

"It's a bouquet of an ounce of dried cannabis flower" says Sean, co-owner of Lowell Farms. "We wrap it with wild flowers and eucalyptus and lavender and some other fragrant dried flowers and we deliver it like a bouquet of roses, only it's a bouquet of smokable cannabis"

The bouquet retails at $400 and is only available to customers with a doctor approved medical marijuana card and valid California driver's license. 

Michelle Dalton Tyree from Fashion Trends Daily joined Take Two with details on the new trend. 

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