Waikiki Queen Seeds
Large yields, plenty of THC and a Sativa high that will blow you away are all trademarks of Waikiki Queen, a strain of marijuana specially developed to provide these exact traits. Waikiki Queen is as exotic and tropical as it is powerful – the looks and the taste are everything but the ordinary, and just as any graceful queen, the one from Waikiki is also hardy enough to adjust to different conditions and is thus viable for outdoor growing, even when moved up north. Still, it takes some work to get the most out of it, so it’s safe to say that Waikiki Queen is not a cannabis strain for the inexperienced grower, just as it’s not the best choice for the inexperienced smoker.
Strain Description & InformationWhen it starts growing, Waikiki Queen looks weird for a mostly-Sativa strain – it does start to grow tall and slender, but with leaves that look as if they were plucked from an Indica and transplanted onto it. With time, as the plant matures, it starts to look bushier, and the leaves develop longer and thinner, more Sativa-characteristic. It develops purple buds with yellow hair, which are either very thick or long and delicate, as both can be found on the same plant. There should be a lot of them, and they should be very sticky and frosty, which is why this plant is known to be used for making ice-o-lator.
Reviews & User HighlightsThere’s no joking with Waikiki Queen – the fruity, juicy flavor it has is an overture to one of the strongest Sativa buzzes available on the market today. Some people say it’s like drinking a lot of coffee – people get energized, alert, able to concentrate with the added bonuses of feeling good and the state of “Hawaiian breeze” that sets in when the main effects start to fade out. It’s the kind of buzz people will literally fall in love with.
Grow Guide and TipsWhile it might induce a state that’s called “Hawaiian breeze”, when it comes to growing it, Waikiki Queen is everything but a breeze. The main problem with this strain is that it’s susceptible to mold, and even bud rot. That means that, if grown indoors, plenty of consideration should be given to humidity and keeping it low, which entails fans and a good system that will let fresh air in and push it out once it’s not that fresh. High humidity can be a problem even when this exotic beauty is grown outdoors, so it would be best to avoid growing it in areas where high humidity from spring to autumn is present.
How to buy Waikiki Queen Seeds onlineThere are plenty of choices for buying Waikiki Queen seeds online. The Queen is in high demand, so the number of shops selling it will make buying it easy, and finding a cheap Waikiki Queen seeds deal a breeze.
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- Grow Location: Indoors / Outdoors
- Flowers in: 11 weeks / Late October – November
- Height: Medium / Tall
- Yields: 700 gr per m2 / 1100 gr per plant