HEMP ON A MISSION
FLOWER SO GOOD,
BELIEVE IT'S HEMP
Striving For Sustainability
Minority & Veteran Owned
Supporting Local Hemp Shops
Grown in Roscoe, IL
Our Mission Goes Beyond Great Flower
OF COURSE WE WANT TO GROW GREAT FLOWER! OUR GOAL AROUND OUR PRODUCT IS FOR PEOPLE TO OPEN OUR TINS AND NOT BELIEVE IT'S HEMP. HOWEVER, OUR MISSION EXTENDS WELL BEYOND THE QUALITY OF OUR FLOWER AND PACKAGING. WE WANT TO NOT ONLY GROW HEMP, BUT GROW THE INDUSTRY AS WELL.
THIS IS WHY OUR FOCUS IS ON PARTNERING WITH PREMIERE, LOCALLY OWNED, HEMP DISPENSARIES. TO HELP SUPPORT THEM, EDUCATE THEIR CUSTOMERS ABOUT HEMP, AND PROVIDE A GREAT HEMP EXPERIENCE.
OUR PARTNER PROGRAM IS THEN COUPLED WITH OUR REFILL PROGRAM, WHICH IS ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH LOCAL DISPENSARIES. THIS PROGRAM NOT ONLY SAVES THE CUSTOMER MONEY, IT PROVIDES HIGHER MARGINS TO THE RETAILER, AND ALL WHILE INCENTIVIZING THE RE-USE OF OUR TINS TO HELP KEEP THEM OUT OF LANDFILLS.
WHEN YOU PURCHASE LEWIS LEMON, YOU'RE NOT ONLY GETTING A GREAT PRODUCT. YOU'RE SUPPORTING YOUR LOCAL HEMP STORE AND THE ENVIRONMENT AS WELL.
What Makes Our Flower So Good
Our greenhouse is the best of the indoor grow and the best of the outdoor grow. We get to use the power of the sun, all while getting to control temperature, humidity, and pests.
If you eat fast food every day will you be healthy? Same is true for your plants!
We use high quality living soils and fish based organic nutrients. It's like the chicken & broccoli diet for hemp.
The machines are going to take over the world soon enough. We're not here to help them out. This is why our choice buds are all hand-trimmed for the most beautiful flower we can make.
Most of the D-8 flower we've come across is between 15% and 20% THC. We want to do better. Which is why we use 300mg of Delta-8 for every 1000mg of flower. A 7 gram tin of our flower contains 2,100mg of Delta-8 THC.
Who is Lewis Lemon?
In 1812, Lewis Lemon was born into slavery in North Carolina, owned by a man named Orrin Lemon. They moved to Alabama when Lewis turned 17, where he was sold to Germanicus Kent for $450.
During the cold winter of 1832, Kent and Lemon moved to Galena, IL, a small town bordering the Mississippi River. While there, he struck a deal with Kent to purchase his freedom for $800 to pay off at $15 per month. During their time in Galena, they met a man named Thatcher Blake, and they decided to explore the Rock River Valley.
While traveling, Kent decided he liked the area where Kent Creek and the Rock River converged. Three years later, Lemon, Kent, and Blake returned to the area to begin building cabins. These first buildings would become the beginning of our city, Rockford, IL.
Lemon purchased his freedom in 1839, when Kent wrote a manumission paper, making him a free man. Lewis Lemon died 38 years later, where his funeral was attended by many, and he was buried in what is known today as Greenwood Cemetery. The inscription on his gravestone says it best, “Born slave – Died Free."
In 1976, a statue called "Pulling Together", depicting a stylized scene of the founders of Rockford dragging their supply wagon through a swamp, was unveiled as part of the Founders Memorial in Rockford.
To pay homage to the love of our hometown, as well as the African American heritage of one of our founders, we decided to name the company after him. We are beyond proud and excited to be one of the companies bringing the art of hemp cultivation to the Rockford region. We hope to make Mr. Lemon proud.