Rainbows: Not Just a Pretty Face
Unusual in its appearance, Rainbows can put on a real show and add a touch of colour to any grow space. This fruity powerhouse owes its superb genetics to a breeding project that boldly crossed two Zkittlez specimens. Zkittlez is renowned for its sweet flavours and these fruity terpenes have been passed down to Rainbows, making it a highly flavoursome variety. Rainbows is an 80% sativa that reaches 24% of THC and can produce powerful effects. Plants like a bit of attention and manicuring, boast a relatively short flowering time and can provide satisfying returns.
Aromas, Flavours and Effects of Rainbows: Nothing Can Be Sweeter
This variety will please those with a sweet tooth, serving up sugary notes reminiscent of an exquisite fruit salad. Its grape finish lingers on the palate and adds another dimension to the yummy experience. The perfect strain for concentrates, Rainbows will also work well in all sorts of baked goods and culinary experiments. After a few tokes, it will take hold of your body with its physical effects. It's a great strain choice for the evening when things are winding down and you're looking for some downtime. Rainbows is sure to help you relax and put your feet up after a long day.
Growing Rainbows: A Hungry Indica
Rainbows produces stunning plants that display an array of colours. Shades of pink, purple and even blue are to be enjoyed, which makes this variety a real beauty. Overall, plants aren’t very tall, but as they stretch during flowering and can double in size during that time, it's recommended to shorten their vegetative period accordingly. Rainbows needs a good feeding schedule to achieve the best results. After a brief 8 weeks of flowering, this strain can produce 500–600g/m² indoors, while in the garden it yields amount to 600–700g per plant.
Grow your own Rainbows
- Grow difficulty
- Flowering type
- Flowering time
- 8-9 weeks
- Yield (indoor)
- Yield (outdoor)
Lineage of RainbowsFold Unfold
- Unknown strain
- Grape Ape