Belladonna is an ideal cross for quality and yield. This variety combines a quick harvest time with a sativa high.
Mostly sativa with indica tendencies, Belladonna is an ideal cross for quality and yield. Since its introduction in 1999 it has gained interest among commercial growers.
This variety combines a quick harvest time with a sativa high. In part named for her beauty, Belladonna is a pleasant looking plant with moderate foliage, indica growth patterns and tight, slightly orange buds.
The aroma and taste is fruity and pungent. Belladonna delivers a trippy high with peaks of hallucinogenic rushes. Belladonna thrives in all environments. While popular in California and Spain, she has performed well outdoors even in the less hospitable Dutch climate.
Her resistance to mold may be in part responsible for her outdoor stamina. Indoors, she does well in a sea of green set-up. Using this method, flowering can begin as soon as the plants are 15 cm (6 inches) tall, because they will continue to grow in the flowering cycle to 75 – 85 cm (2.5-2.75 feet).
Belladonna is not very bushy, making it possible to grow plants close together. *
Winner 3rd prize Highlife Feria Barcelona 2005
Flowering time: 60 days indoors. Outdoors middle of October (n.L.)
Yield: 450-500 g per m2 indoors. Outdoors up to 600 g per plant
Environment: Indoors. Outdoors between 55º n.L. and 55º s.L..
Effect /Buzz: trippy
Smell/Taste: fruity/ pungent