Hells Angels OG

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

Hell’s Angels OG’s origins are shrouded in mystery -- no breeder has stepped forward to claim ownership. Some online resources theorize the strain is merely a phenotype of OG Kush, while others believe the flower descended from a Blackberry mother and OG Kush pollen. The plant’s compact shape and wide, bushy leaves are said to be a signature of its Indica-dominant heritage. Because Hell’s Angels OG is a rare strain, most breeders can only get their hands on clones of the plant. Indoor growers can expect to harvest in 8-9 weeks, while outdoor harvests usually happen in late September to early October in the Northern Hemisphere, and March to April in the Southern Hemisphere.

Hell’s Angels OG’s origins are shrouded in mystery -- no breeder has stepped forward to claim ownership. Some online resources theorize the strain is merely a phenotype of OG Kush, while others believe the flower descended from a Blackberry mother and OG Kush pollen. The plant’s compact shape and wide, bushy leaves are said to be a signature of its Indica-dominant heritage. Because Hell’s Angels OG is a rare strain, most breeders can only get their hands on clones of the plant. Indoor growers can expect to harvest in 8-9 weeks, while outdoor harvests usually happen in late September to early October in the Northern Hemisphere, and March to April in the Southern Hemisphere.

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