Tomorrow is the first day of February, which means that Valentine’s Day is only two weeks away, which means that you are probably stressing out because you haven’t even begun to think about what to get your girlfriend/Netflix and Chill partner for the holiday, let alone make a V-Day dinner reservation. Well, Lowell Herb Co. has a solution that should help ease the tension for you and your significant other. In a unique take on Valentine’s Day flowers, the family farm is offering a cannabis bouquet.

The bouquet features full stems of marijuana buds, arranged alongside wildflowers and eucalyptus plants to create something that is visually appealing in addition to being something you can get “stoned to the bejeezus” off of. In total, each bouquet comes with one ounce of Lowell’s Purple Princess strain, which should last most couples well past Valentine’s Day.

Lowell Herb Co.

Lowell Herb Co.

Lowell Herb Co. bills itself as making “California sun grown cannabis” and only uses organic fertilizer on its plants and never uses synthetic pesticides as part of its commitment to using natural materials from seed to sale.

The bouquets are only available to people in the Los Angeles area with a verified doctor recommendation. Only 500 of the bouquets will be made and they cost $400 each. Lowell will deliver them to the recipient, but you might want to think twice before sending them to your GF at her office.

And if you’re single don’t fret. There’s no shame in gifting yourself some of these “flowers” on Valentine’s Day. It’s a lot less weird than buying yourself roses.

Justin Tejada is a writer and editor based in New York City. Follow him on Twitter at @just_tejada and Instagram at @justin_tejada.