The Must-See Series Is Here!

It’s High Times For Growing Exposed.

The once underground world of cannabis cultivation is being taken to new highs in a new series entitled Growing Exposed. It’s like MTV’s Cribs—but instead of touring million dollar mansions, viewers get an inside look into some of North America’s most impressive legal marijuana growing operations.

And you get to watch it all, HERE! Starting with Episode 1, High Times will continue to premiere each video from the 12-episode first season, packed full of garden tours, product tips and reviews.

“High Times is the biggest media outlet in this industry, having a huge influence on social media,” said Jeremy Deichen, the producer and creator behind Growing Exposed. “High Times is the pinnacle of media in the pot industry and this magazine is iconic.”

While the list of legal gardens and experts continue to expand across North America, so does the show.  High Times, the definitive resource for all things cannabis since 1974 has picked up the first season of this series, and producer and creator Jeremy Deichen, could not be happier.  ”

Fittingly with California’s soon-to-be legal market, Amanda MacKay, former MTV Canada and Spike TV host is anchoring the show from a studio just outside Los Angeles. Each episode also includes a segment with David Robinson, author of The Grower’s Handbook, who simplifies the growing process for viewers.

Visit around the middle of each month to view and stay up to date with new episodes.

Missed an episode? Don’t worry! You can also find all previously debuted episodes right here! Just bookmark to keep track of all this gorgeous green streaming right into your home!

Episode 9: Rochester Farms

Episode 8: Sugarleaf

Episode 7: Acres Upon Acres

Episode 6: Back Country 300

Episode 5: Medical Marijuana Miracle

Episode 4: Vancouver Coma

Episode 3: Double Decked Growing

Episode 2: Growing to New Heights

Episode 1: Clandestine Gardens

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