Enjoy and live a unique experience when buying Maracuya feminized cannabis seeds from Nikki and Swami, Master growers, marijuana activists and producers of cannabis grown in the sun who recommend this strain to us.
Our seeds are alive, fresh and ready to germinate. Follow our Germination guide and get the best results.
The origin of this hybrid feminized strain is born from the exotic crossing of Sweet Pink Grapefruit, a variety from the outskirts of Vancouver in Canada. It has been around in cutting form around there for over 35 years. Although the genetics of this feminized sativa-dominant strain are unknown, it certainly produces a sweet, exotic and intense flavor that is very rarely found in other strains. On the other hand, we have Orange Bud, a classic from the 80s born from two unknown strains of the iconic Skunk that fell in love with all breeders for its intoxicating effect and with an indica dominance.
Maracuya from Nikki and Swami, is a feminized cannabis plant with an indica phenotype. From its first days of growth it is a vigorous and leafy plant. During its entire growth period it is a plant that needs to be pruned continuously to avoid excess humidity and thus enhance flower development.
It is a plant that adapts perfectly to any type of crop, as well as to less expert hands since it is a plant that needs few nutrients to achieve good harvests. In other words, it is an easy cannabis plant to grow, with strong branches and a short intermodal zone that support beautiful large, hard flowers. Also, it thrives best in hot, sunny summers.
This true gem created by two great master growers, has a flowering period of 63 to 68 days when grown indoors. In addition, using the ScrOG method to obtain a uniform plane and increase the size of the flowers located in the lower parts is perfect for this strain of cannabis.
From Blimburn Seeds Bank, we advise for optimal outdoor cultivation, germinate the seeds at the end of May in the northern hemisphere and at the end of November in the southern hemisphere. In other words, the best season to cultivate Maracuya for Nikki and Swami is summer since the risk of botritys is reduced.
Our feminized seeds develop perfectly in soils with rich nutrients or hydroponic systems reaching 20% more than their production.
Finally, if you want to grow our feminized seeds outdoors, we have developed a grow guide for optimal cultivation in any area of the world.
Flavor and Effect
The result of the parental crossing of Sweet Pink Grapefruit, an exotic variety with a strong sativa dominance with Orange Bud, a classic from the 80s with an indica dominance, could not be other than the perfect explosion of balanced effects that start quickly with Sativa connotations that stimulate the perception of the senses. Increased mental stimulation can facilitate smooth and fluid conversations in light social settings. Those who work on complicated tasks may notice better concentration and improved productivity, at least in the early stages of euphoria.
After an hour or so, there is a noticeable shift towards a more physical stone. At higher doses, some smokers may find themselves sunk on the couch for a long period of introspection and relaxation. While its body effect is palpable and potentially sedating, it is generally not strong enough to dull the cerebral border of the bud.
Maracuya by Nikki and Swami has a robust, sweet and citrus fragrance with hints of spices, herbs and a moist loamy earth. Also, it is best enjoyed from late afternoon to evening, preferably after work. A unique experience, to be enjoyed in small doses.
|Outdoor production:||600 gr/plant|
|Indoor production:||600 gr/m2|
|Indoor flowering:||8 – 10 weeks|
|Genetics:||Sweet Pink Grapefruit x Orange Bud|
|Effect:||Creative, Happy, Relaxed|
|Height:||1 – 1.5 m|
|Flavor:||Herbal, Earthy, Citrusy|