Lemon Tree

Lemon Tree Strain Info

What is the Tree Strain?

The Tree Strain is a balanced hybrid (50% indica/50% sativa) created by crossing the tasty Skunk and . One of the best breeds from the 2014 Cannabis Cup in Seattle, this hybrid really stood out from the crowd because of its flavour and level of THC.

’s Appearance

The buds of the Strain have round, dark olive green nugs that are covered with a thick layer of sparkling white crystals and long, furry amber hairs.

’s Aroma

The smell is strong and with a smell. The smell also contains skunk and sharp lemon notes.

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Lemon Tree’s Flavors

This strain is one of the most popular in recent years. It has a flavor that you would expect given its parentage, with a lemon and smell.

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Lemon Tree’s Health Effects

The hybrid ingredients used in The Lemon Tree, with its THC content, make it an effective treatment for , , , and .

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Lemon Tree’s THC/CBD content

THC CONTENT 16%-25%, INDICA / SATIVA 50%/50%

Lemon Tree’s Effects On Brain & Body

The Lemon Tree is a pretty typical hybrid: it has some mental and physical effects that hit with some surprising potency. You’ll feel an euphoric rush at the onset of the , and while your mind may be filled with visions, you should also expect to sweat quite a bit. As some peoples’ state expands, their body starts to feel mild tingling. This soon becomes a buzz that leaves the person feeling relaxed & numb. That kind of content has many benefits, for example it can help with any physical pains or aches.

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Lemon Tree’s Growing Information

Lemon Tree’s Flowering 

Lemon Tree flowers 7-9 weeks when grown indoors and prefers a climate when grown outdoors. However, it can be grown in other climates as well and still produce much of the same quality plant. Just be sure to prepare for this challenging task & plant your seeds now!


When grown indoors under an ideal environment of temperature, lighting, and humidity, you can expect Lemon Tree strain to produce 3-6 ounces per square foot.


Plants in warmer climates should be flowering by the end of September. However, Lemon Tree’s outdoor flowering time at lower temperatures can go into late October. The yield can reach up to 16 ounces per plant


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