Awards & recognition
- 3d place -
- 2014 - Best indica - High Times Medical Cup, Los Angeles
Blackwater: Dark and Euphoric
You’ve probably never heard a cannabis plant described as “sinister-looking”. But in the case of the soothing Blackwater, it’s a perfect fit. That’s because her buds can turn almost blackish, especially when subjected to the right temperatures. Usually, she comes with a purplish hue, which can be traced back to her parent strains: Mendo Purps and San Fernando Valley OG Kush. As a heavy indica, Blackwater is best consumed at night, as the body winds down for slumber. THC levels are at 18%, though she’s not to be taken lightly. Winning third place for “Best Indica” at the 2014 High Times Medical Cup in Los Angeles, if you go with Blackwater, you know you’ve made a high-quality decision.
Aroma, Flavour, and Effect and Blackwater: Fruity and Soothing
True to her indica roots, Blackwater provides a soothing high that’s perfectly suited to winding down after a long day at work. Regardless of when or why you use her, you can expect to feel relaxed from head to toe. Blackwater’s sweet grape aroma is unmistakable. This fruity note transitions nicely to her flavour, alongside welcome hints of pine and earth. The more you smoke, the more you'll wonder how this indica is so packed with flavour.
Growing Blackwater: Easy Large Yields
Growing Blackwater is a relatively easy and quick affair, thanks to her robust indica nature. Whether you choose to grow indoors or outdoors, in around 8–9 weeks of bloom, you'll be ready to harvest an abundance of large, dense nugs. As mentioned, these can be quite a sight to behold, with hues of purple bordering on black. Subject her to slightly cooler nighttime temperatures during the flowering stage, and you'll see these tones really come to life.
Grow your own Blackwater
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- 8-9 weeks
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