Sativa Beast… Dutch Dragon, an award winner and one of our original strains, continues to be a popular choice thanks to its big harvest potential.
This plant has its roots in the African continent, the original genetics travelling their way from Swaziland to Euroland a few years ago. A potent plant famed for its power, this fiery (but irie) sativa has been crossed with Dutch breeds to make it a reliable plant with a high reward count. Strong and bushy in the tradition of a good sativas, it is a high yield plant that likes to grow if you let it
The Dutch Dragon has its fans in the indoor growing community. Because of its natural tendency to reach for the light (artificial and natural), this beast may be a challenge if your growing space is height restricted, but is easily tamed with some training. If the indoor space is big enough to allow the beast to go for it, the result is fast and vigorous growth that yields very big.
This is a great strain for the outdoor growing novice, especially for those gardening in the southern hemisphere, from the likes of Spain and Italy in Europe to southern areas of the USA and South America. A Mediterranean climate and saturated sunshine are the right ingredients for plants to grow into mighty bushes (we have seen some as high as 3 meters). It’s in the genes! Outdoors, in the northern regions of the planet, the Dragon needs to be left until mid October before cutting down.
Expect to harvest a decent return (that will far exceed guidelines if the outdoor environment is right). The African heritage of this plant equips it with sticky colas that produce buds as thick as a dragon’s tails and oh so sweet!
This is upful bud, a buzz that brings a big smile in the morning smile, allowing creativity to flow through the day while still getting things done and answering the phone. For the evening its audio visual enhancement powers will will make your night sparkle.
“Oldschool in a positive way: light green buds with darker small leaves and orange thick hair. The high is awake and energetic, definitely not recommended as a nightcap.” Opengrow Forum
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