At the beginning of the 1990s in the Dutch greenhouses, some growers started working on a variety that could produce not only buds but also resin in abundance.
To do this, they selected a pure Brazilian Sativa (Manga Rosa) and an Indica from South India (Kerala).
From the crossing of these two varieties in 1995 the famous White Widow was born, resulting in the massive resin production to which it owes its name.
A variety with a low CBD content but a very high THC content.
Over the years, it has become one of the most sought-after strains in coffeeshops and has enjoyed enormous worldwide success.
If at the beginning of its diffusion the genetics was Top Secret, today it is one of the classic varieties that every bank has in its catalogue. We couldn't help but present our Widow 3.0, a not too big plant that is excellent even for beginners.
A robust, branched and highly productive plant with a typical Indica morphology.
It has a compact and vigorous structure, which can reach up to 2.5 metres when grown outdoors.
Flowering time is about 9 weeks.
At the end of flowering, the buds are dense, hard and above all very white, from which it takes its name.
In addition to the massive production of buds, this variety remains unrivalled for the exorbitant production of resin.
It likes the sun but reacts well to harsher climates and completes its cycle in October.
The aroma is fresh, floral, sweet and mildly spicy.
Another factor that has made White Widow so popular is its relaxing and therapeutic action, a very powerful and physical high that inevitably leads to lounging.
Ideal for combatting problems such as insomnia, anxiety and stress.