During the ‘90s, a group of passionate growers from the Netherlands travelled to South Africa to gather genetics to add to their library. Using these exclusive genetics they collected, the RQS team would give birth to a nearly pure sativa (88%) powerhouse known as Power Flower.
Power Plant — Tracing Power Flower's South African Genetics
If you want to know the history of Power Flower, you have to know about Power Plant. See, back in the 90s, some Dutch growers visiting South Africa noticed some very tall native sativas. Pocketing some seeds, they went back home and began breeding a more potent and bountiful variety, ending up withPower Plant. This strain became a 90s classic, especially in Amsterdam, but we at Royal Queen Seeds knew ever more could be done.
After thorough breeding and testing, RQS gave birth to a gorgeous and potent sativa known as Power Flower.
Solid yields and fast flowering
Power Plantwas the original heavy-yielding commercial crop, and we are proud to say thatPower Flowercontinues this legacy. Growers can expect anything from500–550g/plantoutdoors, or500–550g/m²indoors under a 600W light.
Furthermore, this plant is ready to harvest after only 9-10 weeks of flowering, which is quite short for a sativa. Her low-maintenance nature makes her fairly easy to grow and a great option for commercial cultivators and sativa novices alike. With lots of light, fluffy green nuggets filling up the branches, Power Flower is suitable for both SOG and ScrOG operations.
Energising effects and citrus flavours
Power Floweroffers smokers sweet and sour citrus notes, with a hint of fresh pine. And it’s not just the flavour that’s invigorating; consumers will be refreshed by a smooth, yet active and energetic high. Between its pleasing smoke, fast flowering phase, and coveted buds,Power Floweris guaranteed to leave you satisfied and yearning for more.