Honey Cream fem (Fast Flowering)
Honey Cream (Fast Flowering) is an Indica-dominant hybrid, a three-way cross between BlueBlack, Maple Leaf Indica and White Rhino. Finishing flowering in just 6-7 weeks, this complex and beautiful cannabis strain grows fast and vigorous, providing for a great quality yield and a nice flavor.
- Royal Queen Seeds
- The king of the couch
- BlueBlack x Maple Leaf Indica x White Rhino
- 100 - 160 cm indoors180 - 250 cm outdoors
- 500 - 550 g/m² indoors625 - 675 g/plant outdoors
- 42 - 49 days
- Early October
- 35% Sativa / 65% Indica
- 14 - 18 %
- < 1
Honey Cream (Fast Flowering) - Quality Harvest in Short Time
Honey Cream (Fast Flowering) grows like a typical Indica, bushy, short and compact with few strong branches and tight internodes. If given enough vegetation time and root space, this cannabis strain can shot up to 250cm. In this case, the branches might need some support to deal with the buds weight. Forming resinous, large, dense and thick buds from top to bottom, it will finish flowering in just 6-7 weeks. Dark green in color with numerous orange hairs, Honey Cream will usually yield around 500g or more and will test around 14-18% THC.
- Indica dominant (65%) hybrid, a cross between BlueBlack, Maple Leaf Indica, and White Rhino;
- Finishing flowering in 6-7 weeks indoors or by early October outdoors;
- Height is 100-160cm indoors, 180-250cm outdoors;
- Yield is 500-550g/m2 or 625-675g per plant;
- Usually testing at 14-18% THC with <1% CBD.
Effects are strong and long-lasting, calming, relaxing, almost psychedelic at times, leaving you sleepy and hungry. Flavors are rich, sweet, caramel-like with hints of earth, fruit and herbs. Aromas are pungent and sweet with earthy and piney undertones. Perfect for relaxation and curing some physical ailments, Honey Cream is a great choice for Indica lovers.
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