This mutant strain came to us through an exchange, and it has been a visual spectacle.
With its lobed leaves, small size and its very short flowering period in exterior, it is one of the varieties less similar to cannabis.
Which makes it one of the most recommended varieties for guerrilla crops. It is a plant that can go unnoticed anywhere.
The fear of growing on balconies, gardens, or even in the middle of a roundabout is over.
In addition to its curious taxonomy, it has a very discreet aroma of fresh fennel, which we will not be able to detect unless we stick our nose to the flowery tops.
Australian Bastard Cannabis IBL has an indoor flowering period of 8 to 10 weeks.
This period being much shorter outdoors.
Flowering one month earlier than the rest of the normal varieties.
Being ripe for harvest between the end of August and early September.
Note: Variety suitable for breeding projects.