Ever played with the idea of going back to the roots and selecting a strain which is original, genuine and yet extremely potent? Dutch Passion still has some real treasures in their gene bank. Californian Orange has shown proven results in thousands of cases and is recommendable if “oldschool” flavours are desired. This strain is highly stable, yielding up to 400g/m² in 9 weeks of flowering.
|Genetics||50% indica - 50% sativa|
|Flowering period||9 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Dutch Passion|
Dutch Passion shows respect for past generations of ganja tokers by producing a legendary old-school strain, that will please the new-school crowd too. Californian Orange has been around since the 80’s and is not planning to retire anytime soon. The magnificent highs are perfect, and the aromas even more so. Fun fact, this strain is actually used to make weed honey. Bees fly around the Californian Orange, collecting the sweet ganja nectar. They buzz around the plants... and probably get buzzed themselves.
This perfect 50% indica and 50% sativa strain induces a versatile high, leaning to the “up” side. If one wishes to gain a pound of courage and experience a thrill coursing through the veins, this cultivar is perfect. The highs fit perfectly together with social settings; one can become very chatty. Dutch Passion made sure that Californian Orange remains an inbred strain. The heritage is strictly Californian Orange, selected and stabilized over the last four decades.
Indoor and outdoor growers will receive around 400g/m² of spectacular, orangy nugs. The plants reach approximately 120-200cm in height. If one wishes to grow this strain indoors, containing the heights might be necessary. The flowering period lasts around 9 weeks, so outdoor growers should harvest the plants during October. Now, the aromas and flavours are obviously reminiscent of sun-ripened oranges. The unique orange-like essence just begs to be included in weed brownie operations!