By fusing Afghan Hawaiian, Big Skunk Korean, and Super Skunk, Amsterdam’s Soma Seeds produced the Indica-dominant hybrid known as Lavender.
The strain won first place at the Breeder’s Cup in 2010, was named first indica at the High Times Cannabis Cup in 2005, and first indoor bio at the Spannabis Cup in 2007.
Lavender is said to be simple to grow and is distinguished by vivid, dark-purple coloring and spicy, Afghani hash flavor, according to the seed bank. The strain is suggested by Soma for enhancing appetite, lowering blood pressure, and improving sleep.
It has a flowering period of 63–70 days and can be grown both indoors and outdoors. Growers should plant lavender outdoors in temperate climates for the best results.
Because of its high calyx-to-leaf ratio, Soma claims that the strain is not only simple to grow but also simple to manicure. When height needs to be restrained indoors, Soma advises shortening vegetation because the strain grows tall, especially during a longer vegetative period.
High genetic variation was discovered by Phylos Bioscience’s tests on a lavender cutting from Harborside.
Soma Seeds offers both regular and feminized seeds.