During the 1960s and early 1970s, the best hashish in the world was purchased in tea-houses in Afghanistan. Its resin was sticky, its colour and texture were pure, its tangy taste was as sweet as honey from heaven, and its high was a dreamers paradise.
Ortega was originally made a little different from Nevil when he was doing his Seedbank thing with Sensi…Shantibaba made a selection from an old school set of seeds that originated from NL#1 and NL#5…from mid 80s. It is expected to keep a good Christmas tree structure in growth and flowers in 6-8 weeks, giving strong fruity, deep berry flavors .
An absolute classic and original Skunk/Afghani that has won more awards than you have had hot dinners! It is a sure-bet for the first time cultivators of either interior ,exterior or glasshouse growers. The yield will be extremely substantial with expectations between 550-650 grams per square meter.
One of the solid proven pillars of the Cannabis scene. It has the possibilities to find all you ever wanted in a breed…yield, flavor, look, resin production and a treat for those who like to make hash. Not as prevalent as it was in the 1990s but only due to it taking a little longer in flowering than the commercial indicas, however this plant is no comparison to them as it is in a league of its own.
You want to go Walkabout? A selection of mixed outdoor varieties with all genetics of supreme sources including Thai, Haze, India, early Skunks, Mexicans and New Guinea. Highly recommended for those in need of a walkabout. A guaranteed recipe for outdoors or greenhouse cultivators, with its range of early finishes and a few late flowers.
Go forth into the MR. NICE dreamtime, anytime. A selection of mixed indoor varieties of excellent parentage including Skunk, NL, Haze, and Afghan. Highly recommended for the first time grower or those that search for an economic solution to their problems. Guaranteed to turn the consumer on and personally recommended if you have some selection experience, there will be something in every packet worth the wait.