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.