It looks and behaves like Skunk and there is a good reason for this: Dutch Passion Orange Bud is all skunk but with the right spattering of genetics to make it exceptionally appealing all around.
Even the classic Skunk aroma has been replaced with a heavy fruity aroma that is at the same time sweet and acidy like fresh citrus. It tastes every bit as good as it smells, too, and its flavours directly reflect its aroma adding to them a distinctly floral endnote.
This is a 90% sativa hybrid and it gets its name from the look that mature plants take on: large quantities of dense, tight buds with brilliantly orange hairs that really stand out against the leaves.
These plants are so pleasing to the eye it almost makes one not want to harvest them (well... almost).
The effect of Orange Bud is everything one would expect from a nearly all-sativa strain - uplifting and clear and promoting activity and creativity. It offers the user a very satisfying high without interfering with most day-to-day activities.
It should be noted, however, that it is also very potent and the effects will linger. It should only be pulled out when one has the time to be in one place and really enjoy it. It works well for medicinal purposes, especially those surrounding anxiety and depression.
It can clear out the cobwebs long enough to really let one zero in on those neglected or not-overly-stimulating tasks.
Growing Orange Bud is like growing any other Skunk strain. Those familiar with Skunk should have no problems growing healthy plants that produce well.
Even novice growers will appreciate the ease of cultivating these feminised seeds and will want to work with them again and again. They respond well to indoor and outdoor growing methods with comparable results.
Please remember that the growing of cannabis plants and the cultivation of seeds is illegal in some countries - please check the laws of your country and don't be growing any plants if it is against your country's laws.