Pure sativa landrace strains that are indigenous to the African continent are collectively referred to as “African.” Depending on the area where they are grown, buds may develop differently.
The most frequently mentioned aromas of African strains are sweet grass, herbs, and spices. They are also said to have an earthy, herbal, and sweet flavor.
Due to their genetic makeup, African strains are 100% sativa landraces that primarily grow tall plants with narrow leaves. In the indoors, they typically flower for 56 to 63 days, and outdoors, they do so in mid-October. Although they are known to yield well under the right circumstances, a skilled hand might be needed. Although their native heritage suggests a hot, dry climate will produce the best results, African strains can grow both indoors and outdoors.
There are seeds available for African landraces. Clones might be purchased directly from growers of these strains.