Yeah I pissed on the rug...... so what
not familiar with the strain??? but it looks like a legendary sativa from the fan leaves
white widow.. one of the most brilliant names for strains, i think it means that the flowering room had only white (from fresh trichomes) feminine plants while the males are all gone long before...Yesterday I took my monthly trip uphill to pick up the 'flavor (stash) of the month". I needed to reduce my delivery by 25% as I am accumulating faster than assimilating.
For 5 de mayo my stash is a familiar name, "White Widow"; I still have some a bit less lime-green flowers from months ago.
Curiously, looking at two different top sites resulting from a Google search, "white widow strain", I found the following curiosity.
I will not name names but will copy and paste text.
It is for such as this that names matter less than the reality that it is cannabis and cannabis cures "samsara" sickness; the human life condition of the sum of all sorrows; existential angst; that nagging discomfort of skin-wrapped-self-identity. Now the quotes.
"A cross between a Brazilian sativa landrace and a resin-heavy South Indian indica, White Widow has blessed every Dutch coffee shop menu since its birth in the 1990s."
"It was produced by Dutch veterans Green House Seeds in the 1990s as a cross between Brazilian indica and South Indian sativa landraces."
Sticks and words you can at me throw, but safe I am in my stoned home.
Edit: upon reading the words I've sown, I'll confirm I am 'widow' stoned.
New cultivars quickly rise and fall, but, whether you like it or not, Blue Dream will rip eternal.
its actually very delicious and a little like French toast, its sweet and a little syrupy tasting with some spices in the background but no egg flavour though. and that live sugar was actually pressed last year and is still so luscious, yes I wish it was fresher but it is still wonderful, maybe if QWEST goes medical later this year I'll sign up with them and get fresher stuff than buying from the OCS!