If someone you love happens to love cannabis, Valentine’s Day is the perfect chance to prove that you know just how to lift their spirits.

Now that Prop. 64 has passed, feel free to legally give away up to an ounce of flowers or 8 grams of concentrate – so long as your valentine is 21 or older, of course.

Looking to get a bit more creative? We’ve got gift ideas for the weed lover in your life. And if you’re single, feel free to show some self-love Feb. 14 and snag these goodies just for you.

Weed bouquet from Lowell Farms

Weed bouquet: Who wants roses when there’s a bouquet you can smoke? Lowell Farms is offering a bouquet with full stems that boast one ounce of organic Purple Princess flowers. It ain’t cheap, at $400 a pop. And they can only be delivered in the Los Angeles area. But it’s a gift guaranteed to keep on giving long after the candlelight dinner is done. Order here: lowellsmokes.com.

Infused chocolates: Nothing says Valentine’s Day like a box of chocolates. But nothing says true love like cannabis-infused cocoa. G-Pharma offers a line of Liquid Gold Hearts. The company To Whom it May puts together boxes of chocolates. Kiva offers gourmet-style chocolate bars and mini bites. The list goes on… Many of these products are available for delivery or for sale at dispensaries up and down the state from around $10. Check their websites or visit your local shop for details.

(Courtesy of Jeff the 420 Chef)

Cook with cannabis: Jeff the 420 Chef (who, full disclosure, supplies The Cannifornian with recipes) has cannabis-themed cooking courses coming soon in both Los Angeles and San Francisco for $195. Find details here: Jeffthe420Chef.com. Mary Jane University’s High Dining also regularly offers events starting at around $75, with updates posted here: HighDining.club. Book tickets for one of these courses now, or give your valentine a coupon good for a future class.

You could also really make an effort by cooking up your own cannabis-infused feast. Search the word “recipe” on our site and find choices for every course, from soup to dessert.

Patrick McGoff of San Diego at High Times’ Cannabis Cup in 2016. (By Chris Mathews)

Tickets to Cannabis Cup: It’s pretty much the Oscars of the cannabis world. High Times is bringing its annual competition meets vendor show meets music festival back to Southern California in April. Musical performers haven’t been announced yet, but you can get your tickets now. They range from $50 for one day up to, of course, $420 for a three-day VIP pass. Get them here: CannabisCup.com

Pleasure oils: There are several options out there, but Foria has the market cornered on this one. The company makes THC-enhanced coconut oils that, with a couple sprays and a brief wait, are said to enhance female pleasure in the bedroom. The oils can also be used during massages. Products start at $36 and can be found here: ForiaPleasure.com

Sample of a monthly delivery from 420GoodyBox.com.

Weed box delivery: For the gift that keeps on giving, buy your valentine a subscription to a service that delivers a surprise mix of curated cannabis products each month.

There are many options on the market, including PotBox.com, PufferBox.com and 420GoodyBox.com. The boxes come packed with edibles, glass, weed-themed art, stickers and more. And they start as low as $10 per month.

— Compiled by staff writer Brooke Staggs