Named for the famous road movie that celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, Easy Rider is the first so-called "automatic flowering" variety in the Ceres Seeds collection.
This short, compact, self-blooming dwarf is rooted in Russia, Afghanistan, and Colombia.
It's a quick and powerful variety that will thrive under almost any circumstances.
Flavor and effect are very much on the Indica side of the spectrum.
Easy Rider has a musk, a herbal scent and a pleasant buzz.
It has a surprisingly large yield for such a short and fast flowering plant.
The new Ruderalis and Skunk cross is a self-blooming variety that begins to blossom according to the age of the plant rather than the light cycle.
Easy Rider normally begins to flower when the plant grows its seventh set of leaves.
Easy Rider is a tough little plant that usually grows to 90-120 cm tall and can be harvested at the end of September.