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god’s grove seeds

God's grove seeds

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God’s Grove is a mostly indica variety from Doc’s Dank Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±56 days ) and outdoors . Doc’s Dank Seeds’ God’s Grove is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

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God’s Grove is definitely one of the most beautiful strains we offer. The combination of the God’s Gift Bx1 and the Colorado Clementine made for a truly magical cross. Pulling the amazing colors and increased yield from the God’s Gift and a heavy orange dominance to the terpene profile, it is one that that will be hard to pass up.

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Flowering Time: 8 Weeks

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God's grove seeds

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Description

Aromas: Orange, Candy, Orange Soda, Musky

Orange Tik Tak (Mendo Breath x Colorado Clementine) 10 Regular Seeds

Ingredients: hemp seed

God's grove seeds

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