Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Hawaiian Wave is somewhat of a creeper strain, with the high taking a while to build up to full potency. Once it hits its peak, this sativa generates psychedelic, trippy and energetic feelings.
These buds are huge and have above average density, with a thick coating of sticky trichomes. They also have streaks of faint purple or blue, adding to the overall bag appeal. Aromas are of sharp, fresh orange, mixed with berries and spice. The flavors include citrus, earth, spice and incense. This strain was originally created in South America, but has since made its way to North America and Europe, gaining quite a reputation among those who have tried it.
The breeder recommends vegetating these ladies right around a week or two. The reason is because they can triple or quadruple in height, by the end of flowering, causing problems for many indoor growers. They'll generate a moderate to sometimes heavy yield, with several side branches and one large, main cola. Many gardeners like to utilize this strain in a SCRoG type grow, where the yield can increase exponentially. Outdoor gardeners should see a harvest by the first week of November. It's also a wise idea to only cultivate this strain in areas that do not receive temperatures below 40 degrees during this time.
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