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Limoncello seeds

Limoncello is an indica/sativa variety from Red Bee Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±48 days ) and outdoors . Red Bee Seeds’ Limoncello is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.

Limoncello, also named Lemoncello or Lemonchello 28, is a perfectly balanced hybrid that induces a moderate high. It is a child strain of The Original Lemonade and Cherry Pie. It first blossomed under the control of breeders from Growing Passion.

Basic / Breeders Info

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Red Bee Seeds’ Limoncello Description

The average potency of around 14% – 18% THC makes this weed appropriate for most users, not depending on the tolerance level. Sour lemon and fresh berries aroma made Limoncello cannabis lots of fans. Uses who smoked this weed noted the crispy citrusy and cherry taste on the exhale.

For over a year and a half, our breeders had been searching for the perfect Super Lemon Haze strain to cross with an Amnesia.

As its name suggests, Lemonchello Haze has a flavour similar to that of the traditional Italian drink combined with an immediately recognisable haze aroma.

Eventually finding the chosen strain from a breeder in Sicily, the Italian reference in this strain’s name is a nod to the creator of the flawless mother plant.

Lemonchello Haze grows very tall, produces a large yield and is relatively easy to cultivate, despite its impressive stature.

Aster seeds can be sown from early February through to March for potting on from April to June.

Sow Aster seeds onto the surface of a moist, free-draining, seed compost, ideally into plug trays to prevent root disturbance later. Cover the seed with a thin layer of vermiculite, and cover the trays with polythene to retain moisture until the first seedlings apper. Germination normally takes 7 to 10 days at 18-21oC.

Soft lemon-yellow blooms are as ‘pretty as a picture’ and perfect for not only the garden but for vases and arrangements too. 25-30”. HHA.

How to Grow Aster from Seed

Asters are a traditional and popular cut flower, blooming from mid to late summer through into autumn. Some Asters are naturally compact, others are taller and benefit from staking.

After about 5 weeks the young plants will be ready for transplanting into individual 3 inch pots where they can grow on until they are nicely established.