PricesHoney Dew regular
(Mazar-I-Sharif x C99)
Three years and over twenty Mazar hybrids later, we bring you Honeydew – the F1 cross with Cinderella 99. While many of the Mazar hybrids produced desirable growth characteristics, nothing could compare in smell and taste. With fragrances ranging from citrus, to mangoes and melons, it’s a real joy to consume. Its ease of growth and bountiful yields make it a favorite for growers as well. Expect a uniform crop with indica-dominant plants ranging from 3ft to 5ft in height, with many short, densely packed side branches. The high leaf to calyx ratio passed on from the Mazar-I-Sharif father makes it somewhat time consuming to trim, but also an excellent candidate for hash production. Indoors, plants can be harvested after 8 weeks but benefit from being left as long as 10. While Honeydew is able to tolerate both warm and cool climates, it requires until the end of October or early November to finish outdoors and is not recommended for growers in the North.
Indica / Sativa: 50 / 50
Grow Location: Indoor / Outdoor
Indoor flowering 8 to 10 Weeks
Strawberry Kush regular
(Strawberry Cough x Bubba Kush)
As one of our most flavourful and aromatic varieties, Strawberry Kush has become a tempting delight that is hard to resist. The Bubba Kush (Bubblegum X OG Kush) mother, a short squat indica originally obtained as a clone from the MCCG, was always slow to veg and had less then spectacular yields, but produced some of the stinkiest – rock hard buds imaginable. After numerous hybrids were made over the years, eventually it became a small part of our Strawberry Cough breeding program. The outcome was undeniably worth pursuing further. While it is not new, after many outstanding reviews from medical patients, this is the first time we are releasing it publicly. Expect to see strong, vigorous plants with mild variation in expression with some leaning more towards either parent. It is excellent for day time pain relief, appetite stimulation, and anxiety. While it will happily adapt to hydroponic systems, it prefers somewhat dry conditions with low humidity and high levels of nutrients.