Hawaiian Snow Feminised Seeds are a strain developed by Green House Seed Company and is a combination of Hawaiian Sativa and Laos. This seed is undoubtedly of an incredible pedigree after being awarded first place in 3 different competitions.
The first arrived at The High Times Cannabis Cup in 2003 after which two more first places duly arrived in 2007 in The Champions Cup and The IC420 Growers Cup.
Make no mistake, the high yield and monster THC content of this plant makes it worthy of all the accolades if you are patient enough for what some consider a prolonged growth period.
Hawaiian Snow is a typical Sativa, with the traditional Christmas tree shape, so it will grow very tall with long branches and wide distances between internodes.
This is a very sticky strain with a hazy smell and a rich, spicy Sativa taste. The buds are tightly packed and covered in light orange pistils.
This plant requires room as she grows tall and rangy so keep in mind that full support and stretching of the branches will give you the highest possible yield whereas trying to limit development will be detrimental.
The effects of this plant are incredibly potent given that it comes with very high THC content. The hit is instantaneous and slowly creeps up stronger than you may have initially thought.
Due to its high CBD content there is a heavy body stone that accompanies it but remains an uplifting and social high.
The growing period requires a degree of patience for an indoor grow as the plant will require a 12-week flowering period and will yield up to 700g/square metre, ideally this would be in an LST system.
For growing outdoors the plant will be ready by the last week in October at a production level of up to 1200g/plant.
Although this plant requires good conditions for growing outdoors with regard to climate, should you be in a good position this strain has been known to give incredible yields under the right circumstances.
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.