Sativa 75 / Indica 25
Origins: Swiss, Brazilian & Thai x indica
Flowering: 63 days
Harvest: late October
Swiss Bliss is a lucky plant. Her female parentage came to Holland via a Swiss Family Robinson adventure of loss, captivity, exile and a happy ending.
This plant continues to demonstrate perseverance, growing tenaciously in many garden settings. As with many sativa strains, Swiss Bliss forms abundant limbs. Paradise likes to maintain a multi-branch plant, but prune so that the plant’s energies are focused on a few budding sites, which should make for more concentrated flowers, and easier manicuring. When this lady is given the room she needs to spread her limbs, she can yield up to 400 grams per square meter. The long, sticky buds that appear will reach ripeness in about 9 weeks inside, or around November 1 when grown in Holland. Although Swiss Bliss is a survivor in the great outdoors, with commendable hardiness for a delicate sativa, the long flowering period encourages most gardeners who reside more than 35 degrees North or South of the equator to keep this gal as an indoor plant.
Swiss Bliss has a charmingly sweet aroma and a very tropical, fruit cocktail flavor. The high is ecstatic, joyful and active. The strain is a tasty companion for concerts or lively events. She also makes a great smoke for weekend adventures.
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