A member of the Triple Crown Series
10 Regular Seeds per Pack
Triple Crown Series: Kings Crown (King X Vietnam Black)
King is an multi-award winning Kush dominant strain by way of King’s Cross-a cross between the King and Charles Kush.
These are old school Kush genetics that found their way into North America back in the 1980’s by illegal hash traders-now medicinal cannabis benefits. The real deal from deep in the Hindu Kush mountain range, predating the current Kush scene which is comprised of more mixed genes. The King is pure Indica from the Kush mountain range
King is one of the most frosty and dense Kush buds you can come across; dark green solid buds that permeate lemon-pine fuel like aromas through the air, even from a distance. Besides being of extremely high quality and “bag appeal”, it also yields very well compared to a lot of present Kush strains, where there are multiple recombination of the original genes; these genes are the building blocks of the pure OG stock. A great choice for any Indica grower.
The Vietnam Black needs little introduction, it is one of the strongest and best growing exotic Sativas on the planet, and is the back-bone in producing Cannabis Cup Winners like Willie Nelson. The VB also happens to be one of the rarest strains of this quality at present time. It is actually quite manageable for a Sativa; adding lots of vigor to any cross, especially in the growth habit while contributing a deeper psychoactive high and imparting some of the most exotic aromas and flavors that are too unique to describe and simply must be experienced.
This royal combination of incredible cannabis genetics may perhaps be the crown jewel in the Triple Crown Collection. While all of the VB crosses perform with an excellent balance of the parental lineage, Kings Crown seems to achieve the perfect balance of Sativa to Indica genetics: frosty buds, vigorous growth and respectable finishing times.
Kings Crown stature is fairly Indica in growth, short and squat with a slightly branched and upright growth patterns. However, you can expect plants to put on some stature after starting the bud phase. Buds suites form close together, for a solid foot long cola when provided with adequate light levels as a large plant.
Kings Crownoes great as a larger plant when given sufficient veg time, and notably responds well to foliage feeds during vegetative growth. Being easy to clone is also a bonus-that is if you can pick a favorite from the pack, with them being all so close in appearance and growth characteristics. Great potential for Sea Of Green with minimal pruning and a quick introduction into budding.
Easy to trim, not a very leafy plant and clones easier than most.