lemon lights seeds

Frilly, palest sulphur yellow flowers open on strong tall stems on this lovely cottage-garden favourite. At Plant World we plant this and 'Black-Beauty' side-by-side for a perfect contrast. These plants will often gently self-seed, producing fabulous drifts when they are happy.

For best results, sow immediately onto a good soil-based compost. Cover the seeds with fine grit or compost to approximately their own depth. They can be sown at any time, and germination can sometimes be quicker if kept at 15 to 20 degrees C. We sow most seeds in an unheated greenhouse and wait for natural germination, as many seeds have built-in dormancy mechanisms, often waiting for natural spring germination, hence giving them a full season of growth.

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Lemon lights seeds

Super Lemon OG grows vigorously, adopting a vertical structure similar to OG Kush, although it is quite easy to manipulate via pruning and tying.

Continuing its commitment to innovation, Philosopher Seeds is expanding its series of limited edition hybrids combining US clones with top selections of European genetics and is now offering its new Super Lemon OG x Northern Lights #1, only available as a strict exclusive at Alchimia Growshop.

On the other side of the hybrid, we find Northern Lights, a legendary variety that has set trends within the international cannabis market for years and that still continues to be cultivated and used in the creation of new cannabis hybrids, thanks to its highly valued characteristics.

Genetics of Super Lemon OG x Northern lights #1

During the flowering period is when this plant looks its best, displaying large and dense buds, covered by a thick layer of terpene-rich resin that evokes Haze fragrances with notes of OG Kush, and all with a powerful, active and long-lasting high.

It is an explosive blend of genetics that complement each other perfectly, combining the power and flavour of Super Lemon OG with the yields, speed and easy cultivation of the legendary Northern Lights #1, a highly potent and productive Afghan.

It is a very simple plant to cultivate, so if you are a beginner grower, it’s definitely a variety to consider. They are fast flowering plants, just 50 to 55 days, which allows us to realise multiple indoor crops in a single year. We should highlight its ability to create very compact buds, full of resin while giving off very little odour, which greatly facilitates stealth when growing outdoors.

This new strain grows with the vigour of Haze and OG Kush genetics, developing a more branched structure than its paternal ancestor. It responds well to pruning and can be cultivated using varied cultivation techniques such as SCROG, mainlining, super-cropping and even SOG (Sea of Green).