Maple Leaf Indica: The Original Syrup Sinsemilla
Maple Leaf Indica is reputed to be a direct descendant of a sugary sweet Afghani phenotype sourced directly from the Hindu Kush. She is renowned for her dreamy sedative effects and a taste reminiscent of Maple syrup. Mapel Leaf Indica produces dense, gooey buds covered in orange pistils. This combined with her hash, citrus, and incense bouquet will be sure to please the senses. This is old school couchlock cannabis.
Indoor growers of all levels will find Maple Leaf Indica to be a low-maintenance, easy grower. The short, branchy, and approx 1m tall plants are perfect for a SOG technique — or even a micro-grow. Just 8 weeks of bloom and fat sticky flowers will be ready for harvest. Outdoors in hot climates, 2m bushes can be heavy producers. Take care to avoid high humidity spikes indoors or rain outdoors as chunky colas can be vulnerable to molds.