Southseeds - Chocolope F2
Chocolope has long, fluffy buds which, contrary to the nugget-like buds of more Indica like species, end up as an almost cylindrical shape. Leaves are dark green and remarkably loose; though they might be very sticky, they are typically easier to break up than strains of pure indica. Pistils are usually vibrant orange. The cured buds have an especially sweet and beautiful smell. This earthy aroma is a little more powerful when buds are broken and heated up.
This strain has a smoke that is smooth – it looks more like parent strain "Cannalope Haze" and mainly tastes fruity with some hues of chocolate. Cocoa and coffee notes are more apparent with the exhalation of smoke.
Due to the crossing with Chocolate Thai, the plant has a relatively long flowering period of around 12 weeks. Outdoors it will be ready for harvest late October, beginning of November. This long period of flowering is worth the wait, Chocolope can produce up to 60Grams per square foot. (2 Ounces)