Hall of Flowers, Palm Springs December ‘21

A triumphant return in review.

Very few things are as good as sharing the gift of bud among connoisseurs and aficionados. After an extended break due to the pandemic, Hall of Flowers returned last December, and we were beyond happy to participate.

The communal experience is, without a doubt, one of the bedrocks of cannabis culture, which is inherently social. Because of this, the creation of events and spaces within the legal cannabis industry that allow for people to come together and gather around the plant – as well as the myriad products derived from it – is tremendously important, particularly during this early period of explosive growth for the legal cannabis industry. 

Few shows have demonstrated such a keen understanding of the culture of the cannabis community as well as Hall of Flowers, and with the next event just a few months away, it’s the perfect time to recap some of our brand and product highlights from HoF Palm Springs last December.

Our brand line-up featured some of the most exciting names in the industry. From world-renowned heavyweights like Jungle Boys, Sherbinskis, and dosist, to fresh and exciting brand offerings from experienced, premium cultivators, like Headwaters, with the introduction of Mr. Zips and their own eponymous brand.


For Jungle Boys, Palm Springs served as their official Hall of Flowers debut, marking the first time that Jungle Boys products were made available to California cannabis retailers outside of their owned or affiliated dispensaries.

A triumphant return in review.

Very few things are as good as sharing the gift of bud among connoisseurs and aficionados. After an extended break due to the pandemic, Hall of Flowers returned last December, and we were beyond happy to participate.

The communal experience is, without a doubt, one of the bedrocks of cannabis culture, which is inherently social. Because of this, the creation of events and spaces within the legal cannabis industry that allow for people to come together and gather around the plant – as well as the myriad products derived from it – is tremendously important, particularly during this early period of explosive growth for the legal cannabis industry. 

Few shows have demonstrated such a keen understanding of the culture of the cannabis community as well as Hall of Flowers, and with the next event just a few months away, it’s the perfect time to recap some of our brand and product highlights from HoF Palm Springs last December.

Our brand line-up featured some of the most exciting names in the industry. From world-renowned heavyweights like Jungle Boys, Sherbinskis, and dosist, to fresh and exciting brand offerings from experienced, premium cultivators, like Headwaters, with the introduction of Mr. Zips and their own eponymous brand.


For Jungle Boys, Palm Springs served as their official Hall of Flowers debut, marking the first time that Jungle Boys products were made available to California cannabis retailers outside of their owned or affiliated dispensaries.

For dosist, another acclaimed brand that has received accolades from the likes of TIME Magazine and Fast Company, the event was the perfect opportunity to showcase their latest products. In this case, the highlights were a special holiday edition of their popular Arouse gummies, and an upgraded version of their all-in-one dose pens, which now combine the purest high potency distillate with single strain live resin terpene extracts.

Sherbinskis–masterminded by pioneer and industry legend, Mario Guzman–proved once more that its long-standing place in the market is beyond justified. Offerings included a diverse variety of gelato strains as well as the classic Sunset Sherbet. Sherbinskis was certainly one of the centerpieces of our showcase.

To cap it all off, Headwaters, a long-time, premium cultivator that’s been sourcing some of the top brands in cannabis for years, took the leap and had a beyond successful debut for their own, first-ever set of retail brands: Mr. Zips and the eponymous Headwaters. The latter geared towards the premium segment, and the former geared towards the value segment.

The stimulation of in-person connection, as well as the thrill of direct engagement with the products, make for an exciting and inspiring experience. That’s something many people have been missing during the pandemic. Come get a feel for it yourself next May, during the latest edition of Hall of Flowers, Palm Springs.

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