The temperate-to-cool climates of Switzerland gave birth to several Swiss landrace strains with a range of both sativa and indica characteristics. Swiss landraces typically feature earthy, pine-smelling fragrances with a hint of citrus that mimic the environment in which they developed.

Top reported effects

  • Creative
  • Focused
  • Hungry

Top reported flavors

Grow information

Swiss landrace strains are hardy, able to adapt to harsh outdoor conditions, and withstand infestations and disease. Plants reach full maturity in 8-9 weeks indoors and in mid- to late October when grown outside. At full maturity, Swiss cultivars produce minty or forest green buds with bright orange pistils and crystalline trichomes. Sativa-leaning varieties prefer to grow outdoors where they can stretch to their full heights. Available Form: Seeds only

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