About White Widow Feminized
The strain that needs no introduction, but how can you not talk about the blissful euphoric high that enraptures you in pure delight upon toking? Or how when combusting her plump buds, she engulfs the room in a pungent rich earthy smoke that sends you away to a campfire in the woods?
It’s easy to see how White Widow dominated the scene and ocean of coffee shops that filled Amsterdam in the 90’s. Before White Widow, Northern Lights and Haze all but consumed the cannabis market. But White Widow was bred with having a high THC content in mind and with her average hitting between 13-20%, she effortlessly joined Northern Light and Haze as the big three. She gives users a high that creates a “zest for life” and “opens you up to the universe” probably didn’t hurt much either.
Our autoflowering White Widow version is crossed with Northern Lights Auto, resulting in all the best qualities of the White Widow just in autoflowering form. A perfect little mini-me, our White Widow is great for first time growers and those that don’t have a lot of space.
Our tip for this strain: White Widows Auto delivers a higher yield compared to most autoflowering, but be careful not to harvest too soon because the last two week is where she really likes blowing up her colas in size. What we love about this strain: It’s a legend that even your grandma probably knows about, how can you not love it?
But honestly she’s a legend for a reason: she’s easy to grow and durable, has a very manageable stretch making for an average height, and has a nice yield despite her quick flowering period. She’s a great first strain to grow and you’ll love bragging about it.
Quote from a customer: “All my seeds germinated with no issues, the Widow was one of the faster growers, both hydro and soilless mixes. The buds, holy god the buds!! Huge Colas, amazing smell, and delicious taste!! If you haven’t gotten this strain, do it, do it now.” – Wayne C.
|Genetics||Kerala x Manga Rose|
|Plant type||Predominantly Indica|
|Average Yield||450 – 550 g/m² in SOG|
|Flowering Period||8 – 10 weeks|