White Widow originated from the Netherlands as a cross between a Brazilian Sativa and a South Indian Indica. It first debuted in the early 1990s at a coffee shop in Amsterdam. People couldn’t get enough of it which is the reason this strain is popular around the globe.
The uplifting and energetic effects of this strain make it popular for those who want to socialize, lower stress levels, or get a project done. Its fast-acting effects can have you feeling happy in no time, and might even stir up your creative energy. Overall, White Widow produces a well-balanced high that can help you focus and allows you to feel like yourself again.
When you grow White Widow, you can expect an average flowering time of 8 to 10 weeks. Even though it thrives indoors or out, it does prefer a warmer climate, ranging from 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. If you choose to grow indoors, note that these plants do well when grown hydroponically or in soil. When growing outdoors, the typical harvest is around early October. At full maturation, the plants can yield quite a bit of weed, anywhere from 400 to 500 grams per M2. In total, this strain is a strong and fast grower, and it can reach heights of 180 to 220 cm.
When you see White Widow’s buds covered in crystally trichomes, you’ll understand where its name came from. The frosty and sticky resin on these buds is a beautiful sight to see and is the reason for its high potency. During the flowering cycle, you’ll notice the aroma of lemon-lime, pine, and some earthy undertones.
Given the popularity of White Widow, it was an obvious choice to carry its seeds at our shop. It’s energizing effects and social buzz helps users stay focused and functional or social and chatty. The well-rounded and potent nature of White Widow makes it a best seller.
Based on the name, it’s hard to know what the taste of White Widow would be like. We know it has lots of white, frosty resin, but what about its tasting notes. When smoked, you’ll notice this bud has an earthy flavor. Others may even describe it as skunky and citrusy. The flavor might not be it most well known feature , but it makes up for it by producing awesome effects.