Firstly, Watermelon, also known as Watermelon Kush, is a mysterious strain of unknown parentage. This bud’s genetic background brings a rich mix of terpenes that have resulted in a unique watermelon aroma. Secondly, beyond its refreshing summery flavor, this strain is valued for its long-lasting sedative power. Watermelon’s THC content measures at between 11% and 22%.
Also, Watermelon is large, chunky flowers that tend to maintain their shape with trims. These buds adhere in the relatively loose, piecey structure usually with sativa varieties. Again, the fluffy leaves, which can easily tear away from their central stems, are a bright shade of yellowish green. Further, these flowers are also with curly orange hairs (which are actually pistils, botanical structures meant to catch pollen from from fertilizing male plants. Again, capping off the impressive buds is a thick blanket of indica trichomes that gives them a white sheen and a very sticky texture.
Again, If proper, Watermelon’s flowers give off a fruity aroma that blends tart berries and grape. While present, the strain’s watermelon scent is not especially prominent and may only be on a second or third inspection.In addition, grinding up these buds yields some skunky notes, perhaps testifying to OG Kush in the strain’s lineage. lastly, When combusting, it burns with a smooth, fruity smoke that tastes like grape with some lingering sour traces on the exhale.
Up to 20-22% THC
HP, LB, OZ, QP