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Lavender by CBD Seeds is a tall plant with an equally as high yield; quite an eye catcher due to its caramel-like odor and flavor.

Flavor Sweet
Climate Dry
Effect Creative-stimulant
Genotype Sativa hybrid
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Lavender by CBD Seeds is a strain that smells similar to lavender, obviously, once it’s dry. It has it all; good flavor, high yields and record flowering times for being predominantly sativa.

Indoors, these plants concentrate their yield on the central stem – the side branches are rather poor and don’t yield much, which is perfect if you want to place a lot of plants. It shoots up a bit during the flowering period, capable of even doubling in size. If you use a SoG technique you should be able to keep the height under control in order to keep them manageable. You can get up to 500g per square meter from Lavender if you place 9 plants with a 600w lamp.

Outdoors these plants are hefty and full of attractive colors and aromas. The buds are slightly spongy, which is perfect in order to avoid rot and air out the buds. It puts up with cold nights towards the end of summer, and if you’re patient you should have a considerably amount of weed towards the beginning of October (700g per plant).

When you smoke Lavender you’ll instantly notice its extremely sweet, candy-like flavor – you’ll probably want to go get some as soon as you take a couple of drags from this munchie-inducing monster. It doesn’t smell intensely like lavender, but it does have a nice country-flower smell.

  • Sativa/Indica: 60/40%
  • Flowering: 70 days indoors, beginning of October outdoors.
  • Height: 1-1.6m indoors, 1.2-2.8m outdoors.

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Category CBD Seeds – Classic Collection Reference CBD Seeds UPC 11

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