Indica 75 / Sativa 25
Origins – Afghani x mostly sativa SE Asian plant
Flowering – 56 days
Harvest – Early October
Named for the heroic woman in the Arabian legend, The Thousand and One Nights, Paradise’s Sheherazade will take considerably less time than the titles implies, finishing in about 56 nights. In the legend, the character Sheherazade saves her own life using her exceptional storytelling skills that awe the King into sparing her life and eventually taking her as his Queen. The variety bearing her name will spellbound you with the promise of her potent, musky-sweet flowers, possibly making her the queen of your crop.
Sheherazade reveals her Afghani Kush traits in appearance and other growth indications, but the one-quarter sativa shines through the quality of the high, which is dynamic and long lasting. The overall sensation is one of bodily relaxation: warm, caressing and deep, but may register on a cerebral level too, encouraging some intriguing yarn spinning of your own. The flavor is as heavy and sweet as the enticing odor.
Perfect for a sea of green setup, Sheherazade stays on the short side and hardly branches or stretches at all. She likes to be a one-stem plant with a big top flower cluster. In a standard sea of green, Sheherazade will yield an average or 400 grams per square meter. Outside, she can grow to a maximum height of 6 feet (2 meters) with few leaves and many budding locations along her branches. She is recommended for outdoor grows around the 50th parallel N.