Numerous Colombian strains have trichome-covered leaves that are spicy green with orange and red coloring. According to online sources, these strains smell like skunk and earthy pine, traits Colombian landraces passed on to their offspring like Haze and Skunk #1.
The Santa Marta Mountains and the storied Tierradentro region of Colombia are home to indigenous Colombian landrace strains. Colombian landraces primarily exhibit sativa characteristics, with lengthy flowering times and thin, long fan leaves, including Colombian Gold and Punto Rojo, Spanish for “Red Dot,” and other well-known cultivars.
Colombian landrace plants yield heavily when grown outdoors, where they can reach heights of up to 12 feet and reach their best growth rates by mid-November. Indoor gardens require additional height management techniques and bloom in 75 to 90 days. According to online reports, Colombian landraces have trouble reproducing the original flavors and terpenoids when grown in conditions that are very different from those found in the country’s mountains.
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