The plants have long branches, making this beauty a great plant for "sea of green" gardens. It's a very consistent Purple variety. The quality is in the experience, not so much in the yield, which is average. The "Strawberry Cough" genetics are of North American origin and partly uniquely European. These plants have a beautiful appearance and produce a sweet strawberry taste and aroma. Strawberry Cough seeds are easy to grow.
|FLOWERING TIME||12-14 WEEKS|
|TYPE / OUTDOOR||INDOOR/OUTDOOR|
|OUTDOOR HARVEST||MID OCTOBER|
|PLANT HEIGHT||TALL 180cm-220cm|
A pure Sativa landrace strawberry cough is one of the best strains if you are looking for that "laughing your ass off" smoke. An intense spiralling high very quickly mellows in to a giggly euphoria that you will want to share. It is named Strawberry cough for a very good reason. The taste is undeniably summer fruits and sweet berries. This is subtly accompanied by a slightly more sour taste like slightly under ripe plums, but this only adds to the complex and delicious flavours.
"Strawberry Cough indoor"
Review by Darrell
5 stars Got Strawberry Cough freebies. OMG!!!!! Awesome!!! Soaked in distilled water 24h, then into 2"peat pot (peat and 10 gallon pot with FF-Ocean Forest full strength), then into 10 gallon pot. ALL water is ph'd. USED Nirvana Soil and Flower Tabs, along with FF-Soil Trio at 1/2 strength once a week and molasses once a month. 2- 600 watt HPS/MH lights at 24hours 5weeks Veg, and 12/12 flower 12weeks. I have already ordered (and received) 10 more seeds. TOP 5 ALL TIME
Huge fluffy buds, WHITE with trichomes, fuel/sweet smell. As good or better than White Ruski. 5 stars
(Posted on 10/11/2016)
"Really good smoke"
Review by Pot Pioneer
Great smoke, I always say to get the cough that's right, and this is it. Very berrylicious, and a reliable smoke that's always a good one
(Posted on 24/10/2016)
"Love the sativa"
Review by Neal
I'm a sucker for sativa and this is one of my favorite strains to smoke. The smell delivers on the name but it didn't choke me out, which I also kind of expected from the name.
(Posted on 20/07/2016)