More About Lavender (fem)
An Impressive Rainy-Day Strain
Lavender feminized is an Indica-dominant plant that came from the genetics of Super Skunk, Afghani, Hawaiian, and South Asian Indica. It grows in tall size with full branches and stems. The name is appropriate through its original fragrance with the refinement of rosemary and mint on the palate. It creates enduring and compelling effects that both stimulate and relaxes the user.
Furthermore, the plant grows both indoors and outdoors. However, many suggest to cultivate it outdoor because of its high defiance to grey rots and powdery mildews. It means that even if the regular harvest season is in mid-October, the plant will still have enough shield against the wettest autumn climate.
On the other hand, growing indoor is also manageable. Flowering will last for 8 to 9 weeks. It is strenuous in vegetative growth, and the production of resin is rapidly discernible as the energy of the plant becomes focused on the stems and leaves that cover the flowers.