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Californian Orange feminized seeds


Californian Orange is an old-school hybrid with an orange aroma and taste. The plant relies on a group of traits which make her suitable for any environment including indoors, outdoors and greenhouses. Its effects make people talkative, euphoric and social.

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Dutch Passion
Outdoor Indoor Greenhouse
50% Sativa / 50% Indica
THC 22 - 26 %
All characteristics

Californian Orange: Best Old School Marihuana From Dutch Passion

Californian Orange is a 50% Sativa-50% Indica hybrid with its heritage partly shrouded in mystery. The breeders at Dutch Passion chose not to reveal Californian Orange’s parents, but this fabulous hybrid is endowed with the best orange savor on the market. With its energizing and uplifting effects, it is qualified as a social cannabis strain ideal for daytime.

Growing Californian Orange is an easy job. Thriving indoor and in greenhouses, this strain is suitable for the outdoors environment as well. The low difficulty of the growing process also comes from the attributes inherited from the Sativa and Indica genes, providing her with enough resistance for a satisfactory development. Because of the medium height of the scheme, it adapts well to indoor environments, yielding around 400 g/m2. The blooming phase takes 9 weeks and, if grown outdoors, harvest time should be scheduled by the end of October. The terpenes levels are high and able to surround us with a strong orange smell.

  • Grow difficulty: Medium. Prefers hot and mild climates.
  • Lights: Led 300 W Vegetation/HID 400 W Flowering.
  • Pot size: >12 L for optimized yield.
  • Climate: Hot/Mild.
  • Fertilization: Average fertilization with pH control.
  • THC levels: 22-26%.

The Finest Orange Taste From Californian Genetics

Californian Orange smells and taste like a freshly peeled range. Its citrus flavor is strong and able to satisfy the demands of connoisseur palates. It makes a euphoric, uplifting and sociable high, reminiscent of the Sativas old-school. Well-suited for the day time, it transports the mind to a euphoric state with no trace of a couchlock effect.


  • Brand Dutch Passion
  • Sex Feminized
  • Flowering type Photoperiod
  • Suitable for Outdoor
  • Suitable for Indoor
  • Suitable for Greenhouse
  • Effect Powerful and social orange explosion
  • Genetics Californian
  • Height 120 - 200 cm
  • Yield 400 - 500 g/m² indoors
  • Flowering indoors 63 days
  • Genotype 50% Sativa / 50% Indica
  • THC 22 - 26 %
  • Pelias
    5 May 2020
    5 May 2020
    • Advantages
      Made me talkative, uplifted and happy
    • Disadvantages
      Can cause dry mouth
    • General impressions
      Californian orange have mixed feeling for me because my first growing of her she becoming hermaphrodite. and now she grow big and beauty. She's effect is incredible, she becoming in one of my favorite strain! deep thoughts! talkative! laughing! flying! love it very fun!
  • Baron_Codelli
    21 April 2020
    21 April 2020
    • Advantages
      Easy to grow
    • Disadvantages
    • General impressions
      Hi guys. This girl was the tallest one. she was 1,5 m tall. She was also easy to grow, but when 7 week of flower came by, she start to produce some foxtails or something. you can see that on pics, those white pistols. And i also seen that some seeds starts to appear.
      Team Plagron! i first use alga bloom for my flowers, and i must say that this nuts are perfect.
  • Parisdude
    20 April 2020
    20 April 2020
    • Advantages
      It’s my first grow 😊
    • Disadvantages
      I made some newbie mistakes
    • General impressions
      My first grow. I'm running a 1 sqm grow box with a 400w HPS with a digital ballast supposed to be 10% more efficient than a standard magnetic one. Six weeks into flowering, I added in some LEDs (Bloomed X135) that seemed to play out well. (I'm planning to go all LED, but the investment has to be spaced out over time...).
      24 days of veg and coming up on 70 days of 12/12. Cannabio soil and nutrient program. A Plagron booster added in the flowering stage.
      I probably made some newbie mistakes over the course of the grow (overwatering at one stage, added nutes too often at another stage, let the box peak at 33,1 C° at yet another). It felt like a long time before actual flowers started growing after the switch to 12/12. Still, these ladies seem to be doing well, despite my efforts to the contrary. I FIMed two, leaving the third to develop freely. The stretch was amazing (+100%). The non-FIMed of these is 190cm (Around 6'5''). The others are close behind at 170cm. I have pruned lower fan leaves continuously, for air and convenience when watering. Some say do, some say don't. So I did.

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