A fertilized female cannabis plant has cannabis seeds on the stem, on the branches and where non-fertilized cannabis plants have their flowers. You cannot find cannabis seeds on every cannabis plant. Cannabis seeds are created as soon as a female plant is fertilized by a male plant. Fertilization of the female plant can also only take place when these two sexes are near each other, so that the male plant can release its pollen on the female plant. After this, the female plant is fertilized and will produce offspring in the form of cannabis seeds . The well-known cannabis buds, or the flower, will therefore be very limited or even absent completely.

When a female cannabis plant has been fertilized by a male variant, you will recognize this at the beginning of the branches on the trunk. This will produce hanging balls (seeds) instead of upward-pointing hairs.

See the illustration below to clearly see the differences.