Strain Review: Temple Haze by The Flying Dutchman Seeds


One can never be bored with Flying Dutchman. Its seed breeders keep surprising us by bringing more and more fantastic strain into the world cannabis market. This time it’s Temple Haze – a sativa dominated marijuana cross of Original Haze and a Nepalese Hash. Her roots stretch across the whole world, from South America towards South East Asia and through the Himalayas. By crossing the genotypes of these internationally recognised marijuana strains, Flying Dutchman’s breeders made Temple Haze favorite almost instantly.

This cannabis hybrid is mostly sativa and, typically for sativas, her feminized seeds produce tall thin plant with narrow light green leaves. The leave to bud ratio is so well balanced that both have enough space and light to fully develop. Normally, it takes a bit longer for sativa hybrids to mature and they prefer more lights, however, feminized seeds of this variety are quite stress resistant, thanks to famous parents. Temple Haze cannabis gives big, spruce-shaped plants with candelabra branches of thick bud and generous main colas. The plants spread a sharp haze aroma mixes with the pungent sweet smell of charas almost from the first day of her flowering which lasts just 85 days. This is not bad for a sativa at all.

Temple Haze is considered as one of the most potential yielders, her average harvest is not less than 150 gr. of quality cannabis per m2. when grown indoors. The dried product has a long shelf life with the highest qualities preserved.

As a typical sativa dominant hybrid, this marijuana strain has higher THC content than CBD what makes her high absolutely psychedelic, dreamy and happy, contemplative with a smooth, long-lasting body buzz.


Seed Bank: The Flying Dutchman Seeds
Genetics: Sativa/Indica
Parents: Original Haze x Nepalese hash plant
Height: Tall
Photoperiod: Photoperiod
Yield: N/A
THC: Medium
Flowering Time: 65 – 85 days
Award Winner: False
Avail. As: Feminized Seeds
Strain Attributes: Feminized

Medical Uses: N/A

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