orange durban seeds

Orange durban seeds

Is it good to know what the flavor of Orange Durban is before you buy Orange Durban seeds online. It said Orange Durban tastes mostly like:

Arthur Aguirre from South Georgia and The South Sandwich Islands

Orange Durban flavors

Great head high and a slight body high, very laughy and euphoric, creative thinking, red eyes

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Orange durban seeds

Double Durban is our take on one of the most classic heirloom strains of all time. She emanates a mesmerizing odor of fresh pine, orange zest, fresh squeezed lemons, tamarinds, and mint. The flavor is almost exactly the same as the smell! She is tall and stout but not overly cumbersome like many sativas. The potent smoke is cerebral and uplifting and will leave your mind spinning in circles and motivated.

We were gifted Orange Durban seeds from a local breeder several years ago. We were astonished with the results and knew immediately we wanted to incorporate such a unique strain into our breeding program. After coincidentally obtaining some heirloom Durban Poison clones from our friends at Humboldt Sacred Roots nursery, we knew we had a match made in heaven. The results have been exactly as planned. All the potency and terpenes from the Durban Poison with the tamed down flower time and harvest date of the Durban Orange. This is a grower friendly Durban selectively bred in the Pacific Northwest for viable outdoor cultivation.

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Double Durban does great in both indoor and outdoor gardens. She is easy to grow and adapts to most environments. She stretches well into flower but nowhere near as much as many other sativas. Her bottom branches reach for the sky and she will form into a bush more than a tree. She tends to hold herself up and doesn’t require extensive trellising. Similarly, she takes a little longer to flower than most indicas but not ridiculously long. Outdoors she finishes in late October but the terpenes and trichomes come out strong much earlier. Her mold resistance is far above average which helps with the later finishing dates.