An excellent sativa hybrid developed by crossing a new, pure purple Zamal mother plant characterised by its potent electric and trippy effect, with a very selected purple Nepal Jam parental (F6 generation), with very fast flowering, excellent terpenes and resin production and very pleasant effect, parental plant that has served as the basis for all the recent improvement works of Nepal Jam, as well as for the development of all the most successful new Nepal Jam hybrids up to date.
Zamal Bliss allows sativa lovers to experience the personality and best qualities of the pure Zamal, but tripling its yield and shortening its flowering by 5 weeks thanks to the introduction of Nepal Jam. This hybrid grows with a practically intact tropical sativa profile: refined, slender and flexible plants with large internode spacing, very vigorous, with the characteristic Zamal 's branching much more present here than in Zamaldelica.
Despite its strong tropical sativa development, Zamal Bliss has a rapid response to flowering as well as an explosive floral production with very moderate flowering times (10-11 weeks). The floral structures also have strong tropical sativa personality producing innumerable pistils and very little leaf, and reaching enormous dimensions thanks to its hybrid vigour. As the last reflowerings mature, the stunning flowers take on the shape of a 1950s-style microphone, and give off delicate woody and floral aromas of African and Jamaican sativas, with a dark, gummy background of Nepalese hashish. Cerebral, energetic and creative tropical African sativa effect with no ceiling, where the Nepal Jam brings its unique and clean positivity and warmth.
It is also a safe bet for outdoor cultivation, being extremely versatile and exceptionally resistant to a wide range of pests and adverse conditions, such as excess heat, drought, mites, white flies, strong temperature and moisture variations, cold, rain and against the most frequent types of fungi (botrytis, powdery mildew, etc...).
Although Zamal Bliss is a polyhybrid, phenotypically it works as a fairly consistent F1, where the vast majority of plants are uniform, belonging to the main phenotype described above. Although there is a recessive and very rare (5% or less) phenotype worth mentioning, which is completely Nepali: columnar, 3 times smaller, with moderate/low yields, great silver resin production and sweet and organic terpenes, with a flowering time of 9 weeks.
Despite being a cross between purple parents, Zamal Bliss scarcely shows any colours when grown in indoor or outdoor gardens with stable, warm conditions, although with cold temperatures (where plants mature with peaks of 10ºC or below) it acquires beautiful strong purple and reddish pigmentation in its leaves and flowers.
A feminized limited edition, available while stock lasts.