Lemon Skunk Weed Seeds – Marijuana Strains
Lemon Skunk cannabis seeds are the result of interbreeding Skunk phenotypes selected for their zesty lemon qualities. The story goes that the mother was a lemony Skunk kept in Las Vegas for 20 years, crossed with a hand-picked lemony father in Holland.
Whatever the origins, the end result is Lemon Skunk marijuana, a cannabis plant that grows tall and fast. After a speedy 50-60 days flowering she will reward you with a reasonable yield of some of the best quality, lemony smelling bud that you’ve ever seen. And give her an extra week and the taste just gets richer, although the stone gets deeper too.
Lemon Skunk weed is an interesting mix of Sativa and Indica buzz, a nice balance with concurrent waves of euphoric high and deep physical relaxation. You need to try it and see for yourself. Lemon Skunk weed is some of the best tasting weed available and has an amazing hit too.
|Type:||60/40 Sativa/Indica||Height Indoors:||Medium/Tall|
|Origin:||Skunk Sp.||Height Outdoors:||Medium/Tall|
|Breeder:||DNA Genetics||Flowering period:||7-8 Weeks|
|Auto flowering seeds available:||Yes||Harvest outdoor:||Early October|
|Feminized seeds available:||Yes||THC Level:||High|
|Grow Indoors:||Yes||Stoned or High:||Both|
|Grow Outdoors:||Yes||Grow Difficulty:||Easy/Moderate|
|Yield:||Medium 450gm (15.9oz) per M2||Awards won:||High Life Cup 2007 (1st), IC420 2008 (3rd), Spannabis Cup 2008 (1st)|
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