Killer Queen weed is out of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. It’s a Sativa dominant strain; the result of crossbreeding the Cinderella 99 and G13 strains. G13 is surrounded by almost certainly unfounded myths about it having been secretly developed by the US government. Cinderella 99 on the other hand definitely appeared in Danny Danko’s 2009 Top 10 Strains of the Year in High Times.
Killer Queen weed smells of freshly turned earth and tropical fruit, while the flavor has recognisable notes of pineapple, sweet grapes and roasted chestnuts. The high comes on quickly as a euphoric cerebral sensation which mellows after a time into a more leisurely body stone that will leave you relaxed but not couchlocked. Medically, this weed can help with muscular pain and poor appetite.
Killer Queen marijuana plants grow to a height of between 70 and 100 centimetres and they have jungle green leaves. The buds are pointed with lots of orange to brown hairs and a frosting of crystals. THC content is around 16 percent.
Indoors, the plant grows well with the SCROG method and it’s quite hungry so a generous dose of nutrients will help it to reach its full potential. Flowering time is seven to eight weeks and you can expect yields in the low to moderate range.
Outdoors, the Killer Queen strain can be grown in the cooler countries of northern Europe if it’s planted somewhere that’s sheltered with plenty of sunshine. Harvest in the northern hemisphere comes at the end of September.
If you’re looking for prolific harvests, Killer Queen weed is not the strain for you. But if you’re looking for a complex and unusual flavor and a well-balanced high, this weed fits the bill.
Indoors or outdoors
|THC Level: |
|Flowering Time: |
|Plant Type: |
Late September, Early October
Cinderella 99 x G13
Low to Medium
|Grow Difficulty: |
Moderate - Easy