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Hell’s Bells has a heavy effect and a distinctive Kush taste. A cross between two of the Devil's Harvest's most popular and successful cannabis strains, Strawberry Sour Diesel and Kuchi. Hell’s Bells is the magnificent result o ...
|Genetics:||Strawberry Sour Diesel x Kuchi|
|Flowering Time||8 - 10 weeks|
|Indica / Sativa||mostly indica|
|THC Level||over 20 %|
|Genetics||Strawberry Sour Diesel x Kuchi|
The Devil's Harvest Seed Company
Hell’s Bells has a heavy effect and a distinctive Kush taste. A cross between two of the Devil's Harvest's most popular and successful cannabis strains, Strawberry Sour Diesel and Kuchi. Hell’s Bells is the magnificent result of crossing a powerful Kuchi father from The Devil’s garden with a sugar-coated phenotype of female SSD plant. With Hell’s Bells, Devil's Harvest's crew has found the perfect blend between heavy effect and production. They have managed to up the yield by combining these 2 distinct strains and have unlocked some truely different traits that even they were surprised to see. They have bred the best hard-hitting punch from the Kuch with their sweet lady SSD. Developing Hell’s Bells has been a project of careful gene selection over a number of years looking for that heavy effect and distinctive Kush taste. This culmination of years of hard work has resulted in a true representation of some of their finest favours and makes them truly proud. Dark, autumn colours make this cannabis plant stand out from the crowd, and a straight forward plant structure makes this plant easy to grow. With limited stock availability, don’t miss out on a chance to try Hell’s Bells for yourself – this is a powerhouse strain with a distinctive Kush taste.. Only available in non-feminized, growers wanting to grow mother plants or experiment with their own crosses will also value Hell’s Bells for her strong and varied genetics contained in both parents which are more or less dominant depending on the seed. Seeds within the same batch produce unique, stable phenotypes. The mix of colours is crazy, varying from reds and purples right through to much deeper autumn colours. Hell’s Bells prefers a warmer climate when grown outdoors where she tends to be ready by mid-September.
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