Super Lemon Haze
In recent years, Super Lemon Haze has been one of the top stars of the weed world. This status is confirmed by its first place in the overall category in the 2008 and 2009 High Times Cannabis Cup, second place in the same competition in 2010, and another second place in the Sativa section of the 2009 Cup. Created in Amsterdam, Sativa-dominant Super Lemon Haze is a hybrid of two well-known strains, Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze.
When you light up this weed, you’ll immediately notice a powerful skunky smell with notes of spice and incense. Citrus tones of lemon and grapefruit characterize the flavor, with earthy undertones detectable in the aftertaste. The hit comes on quickly and then settles into a strong, lively buzz that will leave you feeling sociable and quite possibly creative. Medically, it’s good for countering nausea and stimulating appetite.
The plant grows to a medium-tall height in a Christmas-tree shape with long lower branches. Leaves grow in a typically elongated Sativa shape and the plant produces large, heavy buds with a thick coating of amber-coloured crystals. THC content is high, around the 20 percent mark.
Grown indoors, Super lemon Haze seeds do well in hydro or a rich soil and flowering time is nine to 10 weeks. Growing in soil enhances the weed’s lemon flavor. Yields are up to 800 grams per square meter.
Outdoors, the plant thrives in a sunny, sheltered spot although its height means that it’s likely to need support as it nears harvest time which comes towards the end of October. Outdoor yield can reach 1,000 grams per plant.
With most Super Lemon Haze reviews glowing, this multiple prize winner packs a powerful punch combined with a fragrant taste and smell, making it a real favorite with connoisseurs. It’s not too hard to grow and produces high yields, so beginners can also give Super Lemon Haze a go.
Indoor and Outdoor
Medium - Tall
|THC Level: |
|Flowering Time: |
|Plant Type: |
End of October
Lemon Skunk x Super Silver Haze
Up to 800 g/m2 indoors, 1000 g/m2 outdoors
|Grow Difficulty: |
Moderate - Easy
3 comments on Super Lemon Haze
With so many strains available on market it will be difficult to ascertain exactly what strain you are growing unless you have a record of what you bought. You should be able to work out the type of marijuana it is, whether it’s indica or sativa for example by the shape of the leaves. http://grow-marijuana.com/indoors
How can I identify the strain my plants are?
Was wondering where can I get super lemon haze seeds! Thank you