Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Despite the fact that it's a mostly sativa strain, it's not one of those strains that I find to be speedy or anything. Rather, it's a much more relaxing, yet uplifting high that provokes deep and conscious thought and self-meditation.
A creation as elegant as it is potent, Swazi Safari is an exotically crafted strain with roots in the heart of South Africa. The breeder, Flying Dutchmen, give us a strain that boasts huge yields of large, chunky buds, while delivering a sativa potency that many strains fall short of. She grows very much like her sativa heritage, reaching indoor heights of up to 6 feet, while her outdoor counterpart can reach an immense 10 feet, yielding up to 2 ½ pounds per plant at this height. When grown to larger heights, either support is needed or a Screen of Green will suffice as well. She flowers anywhere from 9 to 12 weeks and will be ready for outdoor harvest by the end of October.
Flavors of sweet pine, flowers and fruit are the staple of Swazi Safari. This strain will go for around $50 an eighth, which should be considered a bargain, considering the potency is A1.