Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: An immediate, intense and incredibly cerebral effect takes place nearly upon exhale. The high produced definitely has a trippy and psychedelic side, however at the same time it is a clear-thinking, cognitively creative effect that is great for any time of day. Your day couldn't be started off better than with a few hits of Lady Liberty.
Depending on the phenotype, the buds of Lady Liberty can range from a blue, almost lavender, color to medium green with no hints of any other colors. In either phenotype, the density of the buds is very good and they always have a thick coating of potent trichomes. The blue/lavender buds are more of an 50/50 sativa/indica variety, while the green buds are much more on the sativa side of the spectrum. The breeder hasn't disclosed what the parents of this strain are, only that it is a sativa-dominant variety. In any case, it doesn't really matter too much, since these buds are so potent. In fact Lady Liberty also Best Sativa at the 2005 Harvest Cup. Liberty Seeds is one of those breeders that doesn't release a lot of strains to the public, but when they do the strains are absolutely fantastic, and always a treat to smoke upon.
These ladies will usually not reach over 5 feet tall when grown indoors, as long as growers keep the vegetation time to 4 weeks or less. Lady Liberty, depending upon the phenotype, will flower for 7 to 9 weeks, producing a very heavy harvest of up to a quarter-pound, when grown in a 2-gallon container indoors. Outdoors they will be ready for harvest any time from the very beginning of October to the beginning of November and can produce up to a half-pound per plant. These ladies, despite their huge calyxes, don't like to be fed an overkill of nutrients. Instead they prefer slightly below average amounts of nutes, while always enjoying a long flush to capture the amazing flavor of this strain. Clones usually take anywhere from a week to 10 days to fully root in rock wool. Enjoy these ladies as an addition to your garden in non-feminized form only, or as clones from a dispensary near you. Diamond Tree in Oregon often carries clones of Lady Liberty.