All About Lemon Tree Cannabis Strain
Also commonly referred to as Lemon Tree OG, Lemon Tree Cannabis weed is an award-winning hybrid containing 50% Indica and 50% Sativa. The strain gets its name from its scent, flavor, and appearance, which resembles that of lemons. The Lemon Tree weed strain has a zesty and tangy flowery nug that helped in giving it first place at 2014’s Seattle Cannabis Cup and the San Francisco High Times Cannabis Cup.
A group of growers from Santa Cruz, California initially grew this 16-19% THC strain for users with any experience. The Lemon Tree marijuana strain is a hybrid cross between Lemon Skunk and Sour Diesel strains.
Lemon Tree Common Flavors
This strong lemon aroma comes with a sour diesel flavor to make this strain very unique. Its flavor and aroma make it a popular strain among experts and beginners alike. The combination of both Skunk and Sour Diesel flavors also makes it a popular strain for terpene lovers in California.
At the onset, this strain gives the user a euphoric rush that fills their mind with exciting visions leaving the user’s spirits lifted high.
With an expanding cerebral state after taking a dose of this strain, the user will experience a light tingle on their body which soon turns to a full-on buzz. Generally, consumers report such effects:
For medicinal purposes, users choose it for treating:
Despite all the medicinal benefits and positive effects, some negative effects come with the consumption of Lemon Tree. Among the most common negatives include dizziness and dry eyes, which is quite typical across all the different cannabis strains. It can also lead to headaches if the user doesn’t hydrate before or during consumption.
Many growers consider this strain of weed to have easy growth difficulty. Lemon Tree plants grow dense, light-green buds covered with protruding light orange hairs and white trichomes. Lemon Tree plant grows from a medium-to-tall stature, with an average plant height of between 30 to 80-inches.
Lemon Tree flowering time ranges between 9 to 10 weeks when you grow it indoors. When grown outdoors, expect it to flower between the end of September to mid-October.
Growers opt to grow the strain organically due to the low yields. Growers should expect a Lemon Tree strain yield of approximately 3 to 6-ounces for every square foot when grown indoors. They can also expect similar yields if they choose to grow it outdoors.
Lemon Tree strain recommended by Pete Feurtado Jr. (CEO of Big Pete’s Treats) in Grower Stories #91