Lavender brings together a world of weed. Strains with histories that traverse Afghanistan, Hawaii, Korea, the U.S, and Europe are all melded together in this 3-way cross. An exotic looking strain, Lavender develops the darkest purple coloration you can imagine.
The color is intense, with the leaves turning nearly to black at the ends, they are so deeply saturated with color. The extra dense buds give off a sensually spicy smell akin to Afghani hash.
The high calyx to leaf ratio and the legginess of this plant make for simplified manicuring. While not as tall as the Haze strains, Lavender can shoot to tall heights when allowed an extended vegetation period before being placed into the flowering phase. If grown in a sea of green, Soma recommends a shortening the veg cycle in order to control the height. This strain will also do well as a multi-branched plant.
Outdoors, this variety can thrive in a most temperate zones, although arid climates known for their rich agricultural promise are of course optimal. Lavender has a flavor that is similar to Afghani hash, producing a captivating high that circulates through every chakra. A terrific evening or rainy day smoke, Lavender will leave you feeling relaxed and mellow, possibly to the point of sleep.
1st place, 2005 High Times Cannabis Cup, Best Indica
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|Seed Bank||Soma Seeds|
|Cross||Super Skunk x Big Skunk Korean x Afghani Hawaiian|
|Suitable for||Indoors and outdoors|
|Indoor flowering||56-63 days|
|Indoor yield||450-500 g/m2|
|Outdoor harvest time||September|
|Outdoor yield||600-900 g/plant|
*Cannabinoid levels (THC, CBD...) could vary due to external factors such as the culture medium, grower's experience, cultivation techniques (SOG, SCROG...), environmental conditions, or genetic variation.