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kilimanjaro seeds

By landrace we mean this uplifting strain is as pure as they come, unadulterated by breeders, though you may find it used as a parent for other popular strains. Sativa-dominant, they say it originated on the rocky slopes of Tanzania, where it’s referred to as “elephant stomper” – it will energize you like no other, offering a soft body-buzz and mental motivation.

Ready to climb a mountain? Start with Kilimanjaro marijuana seeds. A landrace sativa with a hefty dosage of THC, you’ll find yourself energized and creative with these easy-to-grow strain that yields a mocerate crop of sticky bud.

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Patients choose Kilimanjaro marijuana for chronic and severe depression, as the energizing happiness can truly chase the blues away. It also provides a measure of comfort from stress and anxiety, as well as chronic fatigue and chronic pain.

If you have ever wanted to climb a mountain but don’t know where to start, we’ve got the solution – Kilimanjaro marijuana! An African landrace that should be on every connoisseurs’ hit list.

Aromatic and fruity with a distinct citrus scent, Kilimanjaro marijuana is sweet and earthy, with hints of spices and herbs. Not to mention that pungent skunkiness that can at times be overwhelming. This is the kind of strain you opt for when you need to get up and going in the morning – it will boost your energy and creativity in ways no other strain can. You’ll experience a slow rise in euphoria, attributable to its 18% THC content, and a happiness that lasts for several hours.

This variety produces delightful vanilla-white, medium-sized flowers on strong stems up to 50cm tall. A really outstanding alternative colour to the typical marigold.

This variety produces delightful vanilla-white, medium-sized flowers on strong stems up to 50cm tall. A really outstanding alternative colour to the typical marigold.

50 seeds (stand), 250 seeds (large)

Sow from January to April under glass in pots at around 22C. Sowing in April can be made direct into open ground. As soon as seedlings are large enough to handle, prick out into trays or pots spacing 5cm (2″) apart. Gradually harden off and plant out from mid-May onwards 30cm (12″) apart. Dead-heading will prolong life and increase flowering ability.

Sow from January to April under glass in pots at around 22C. Sowing in April can be made direct into open ground. As soon as seedlings are large enough to handle, prick out into trays or pots spacing 5cm (2″) apart. Gradually harden off and plant out from mid-May onwards 30cm (12″) apart. Dead-heading will prolong life and increase flowering ability.