A few weeks ago, we noticed that our Super Lemon Haze was pollinated, but we don’t know who the father plant is!
Our Super Lemon Haze mom plant was a bit too close to the fathering tent, which was in full flower - the Lemon Haze early set pre-flowers were mistakenly crossed. We have two potential father plants: Long Peaks Blue and Neville’s Haze.
Super Lemon Haze: Sativa-dominant cross of Super Silver Haze x Lemon Skunk. Provides a balanced physical and cerebral experience.
Neville’s Haze: Indica-dominant cross of Northern Lights #5 x Haze. Strong and psychoactive, gives a very spiritual and introspective feeling.
Long Peaks Blue: Indica-dominant cross of Old Blue x Rare Dankness #1. This cross has a very strong blueberry flavor and smell followed by amazing euphoric feelings.
Some of the most famous cannabis strains were accidental crosses - Long Peaks Blue, Super Lemon Haze and Neville’s Haze.
We are going to germinate the seeds to try and figure out which father pollinated the Super Lemon Haze.