Limoncello Haze Seeds

There are plenty of lemony cannabis strains on the market, but among them, Limoncello Haze stands out as a high-producing, high rising, short flowering Sativa-dominant strain which rarely fails to impress. Because of its very potent high and an extremely pleasant taste, it will win the hearts and minds of anyone who triesit, however, because it’s not the easiest plant to grow, that part should be left to those who are experienced with stubborn Sativas.

Strain Description & Information

Limoncello Haze grows into a tall plant, with plenty of side branches and thin and elegant Sativa-type leaves. Outdoors, it might have a Christmas tree look, but indoors, it’s usually pruned and modified to make it shorter and easier to manage. It produces a wonderful main cola and a couple of formidable additional ones on the side branches, each and every one packed with beautiful lemony buds, with yellow and amber hairs and plenty of frost which makes a lovely contrast with the somewhat darker leaves.

Reviews & User Highlights

The aroma and taste of Limoncello Haze marijuana strain is exactly what you’d expect from a strain with lemon in its name – sweet and citrusy, very fresh and light, guaranteed to make your taste buds tingle with joy. The high has a fast onset, you feel it in the body first and then it slowly creeps towards the brain, leaving you relaxed and feeling good, with enough energy to do whatever you want and enough happiness and chillness to make riding the high and then going to sleep afterwards just as satisfying as doing something while it’s lasting. And it will last – Limoncello Haze holds you for quite some time, and it’s recommended for people having problems with chronic pain and lack of appetite.

Grow Guide and Tips

Hazes in generally aren’t the easiest of marijuana strains to grow, and Limoncello Haze is a true Haze in this regard. It’s not that the plant is especially prone to any maladies, instead it’s simply the case of a strong headed Haze, a Sativa plant that requires a lot of care to produce the best results. A grower needs to be familiar with different tactics used to keep the plant from outgrowing the grow room, like pruning, lowering the lights, or low stress training, while still giving the roots enough place to develop. So, if you don’t know what low stress training is, or how to make a Screen of Green layout, you should skip Limoncello Haze.

How to buy Limoncello Haze Seeds online

If you want to give Limoncello Haze a try in your grow room, ordering it online shouldn’t be a problem, as a quick internet search will show you the best shops to buy Limoncello Haze seeds online. [includeme file=”seeds.txt”]

Limoncello Haze Seeds Online

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  • Grow Location: Indoors / Outdoors
  • Flowers in: 9 – 10 weeks / Late September – Early October
  • Height: Medium – Tall / Tall
  • 500 gr per m2 / 750 gr per plant