- 75% Sativa / 25% Indica
- (Northern Lights#5 x Haze) x Haze
The first Haze is a vintage masterpiece of Cannabis breeding - a harmonious blend of complementary equatorial genotypes that’s widely regarded as the purest and most powerful Sativa ever created. Sensi's award-winning Silver Haze distils the sunny magic of her towering parent into a manageable strain with great indoor potential.
Haze started out as a multiple-Sativa hybrid with roots in Central America, South India and Thailand. Developed in the days before indoor growing and cultivated below 30°N, her breeders were not restricted by factors like height, productivity or short summers. As indoor growing gained popularity in the Eighties, true Haze began to disappear. Though Cannabis lovers still adored her, growers found her slow flowering, low productivity and unstoppable height gain impractical for indoor production.
Silver Haze was the first seed strain to offer a solution by delivering the full-strength Haze experience in a fatter, faster, more compact form. Together with NL #5 x Haze (her taller sister), Silver Haze helped reverse the decline of the Sativa. As soon as such frosted, pleasingly dense tropical results were possible, the Haze cult rapidly spread far beyond its original circle of devotees.
The original Haze has had both its outrageous height gain and interminable flowering period brought under control by breeding with an extra-potent, non-dominant individual from the Northern Lights line. The dark Afghanica also throws its weight behind the feathery Sativa budding pattern, adding bulk without affecting flower formation.
Silver Haze should still be expected to triple her vegetated height in flowering, so seedlings and clones may be flowered almost immediately in close-cultivation methods like SOG.
Silver Haze buds are composed of long, silky pistils sprouting from oval calyxes which surge along the stem and branches to fill the gaps between internodes. Afghani influence is seen in the strain's thick layers of silver resin glands and the way her calyxes swell, adding density in the final weeks of flowering.