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Big Buddha Cheese

Introducing, for the first time, the UK’s number 1 strain, the Big Buddha Cheese A backcrossed version of the Cheese, a clone only form plant which has been growing in various places in the UK The Big Buddha Cheese retains specific parts we loved from the original cheese, namely its sublime, distinctive taste, which, when tasted reminds people of the old skool cannabis they first smoked in the 80’s when the first hybrids were developed, The high from the Big Buddha Cheese is also very special indeed, a no ceiling, uplifting, motivational, high, in fact we have had members of our crew smoke the BBC everyday for the past 3 years with little change in effect and quality of high. In modern times the most “sensi”able way forward is by growing your own produce for personal consumption, today there is so much information available to start making your own home-grown. Having top quality genetics will help you to successfully achieve your desired goals. Buying Big Buddha seeds guarantees you will always find a great plant, with distinguishable qualities, and a unique gene pool history.

Collective Blend

I would like to present the first wave of HillTemple Collective's Blend pack. This is a mix of 40% Jamaican Jam seeds, with blends of WhiteWidow, DeepChunk, Afghan, Rasberry Haze, Skunk#1, 2 C99 Hybrids including North#1, and Cali-O x Skunk seeds. Many flavors are combined in this blend. This is the first batch of blend mix from the Temple Gardens, A small taste of what is to be offerd as of current. Some extremly potent and original plants are in this seed mix, and if you like a suprise variety, this is the most economic route for quality genetics. Be forewarned, ultra potent lines lie within!
* Composition: mixed
* Bloom time: mixed
* Enviroment: Intended for Indoor testing.

Jamaican Jam

Jamaican Jam is a Hybrid of a traditional Jamaican Spear plant. Using a devistatingly potent Afghan line to bring up the density of the Huge buds of the J.Spear plant. This Hybrid line displays great potential as a comercial yeaildin plant, while excelling in potency. This is the heaviest yeilding lint to cross the gardens. A longer bloom period, she can prove to be a contender in warmer climates. Unique tones of a sour skunk/berry hashlike aroma from these girls. A great early day smoke. Quite resinous flowers, the bud leafs become thick with trichomes, great for hash! Balanced effects that dont bog you down. A true creeper smoke. It has very dence flowers, that finish into long, Tall 'Spears' of Solid Jamaican goodness.
* Breeders Tips: Perfect SOG plant, Dont feed her too hard.
* Composition: F1 Hybrid / JamaicanSpear x Afghan
* Origin:Jamaica / North America
* Bloom Time: 70-75 days
* Enviroment: Indoor / Outdoor


North#1 is a very potent Hybrid. She displays a uniform plantline, blooming blueberry/grapefruit flavored flowers. High yeilds of extrordinarily resinous buds! This plant is vigorus, she likes high nitrogen feedings early on. Quite easyto grow indoors, tho she is bred to be an early finishing plant for short seasond regions. North#1 smokes very smooth when cured, with full bodied flavors of berries and grapefruit, with smooth but powerful hash tones. Highly potent, yet well balanced effects, fast acting! A good cerebral/body blend, that should also be considerd for medicinal aplications.
* Breeders Tips: Responds well to topping/FIM, well suited for SCROG.
* Composition: Hybrid/ Cinderella 99 x BlueKiev
* Origin: North America
* Bloom Time: 50-55 days
* Enviroment: Indoor / Outdoor

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