Mimosa: A Powerful, Sativa-Dominant Plant
Mimosa offers a vibrant blend of terpenes brought to life by crossing Purple Punch and Clementine. Introduced to the cannabis scene back in 2017 and instantly hailed as a classic by fans. Tokers and growers alike praise its powerful and uplifting highs, aromatic flowers and generous yields.
Mimosa's genetic profile is sativa-dominant, with up to 27% THC possible in the right conditions. It's definitely a strain that's not to be treated lightly, as its potency can easily overwhelm novices.
Aromas, Flavours and Effects of Mimosa: A Fruity Concoction
Mimosa doesn't disappoint, and those expecting both tang and sweetness are in for a fun ride. Her aromas are playful, mixing sweet, fruity notes with zingy citrus and berry undertones that you'll really notice on the exhale. Pronounced effects accompany a pleasant sensory experience, so it's best to take it slow and enjoy the ride.
Overall, it produces feelings euphoria, with energy and creativity levels rapidly rising for a well-rounded, uplifting high.
Growing Mimosa: Versatile Plants and Rewarding Results
The strain has the potential to thrive in any environment, be it indoors, outdoors or in a greenhouse, producing medium-sized plants. It's recommended to use organic methods and nutrients to achieve the best results and most fragrant flowers.
Once it starts flowering, Mimosa takes approximately 8–9 weeks to be ready for harvest and, under optimal lighting, can pump out up to 650g/m². Growing outdoors offers equally rewarding yields, and in both environments, flowers can display the infamous purple hues passed on by Purple Punch. Mimosa's frosty layer of trichomes promises potent effects.
Grow your own Mimosa
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- 8-9 weeks
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Lineage of MimosaFold Unfold
- Purple Punch
- Larry OG
- Granddaddy Purple
- Purple Punch