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The Best Super Silver Haze Seeds
Buy the best Super Silver Haze feminized seeds to grow for massive sativa harvests. Discreet fast shipping to all 50 states of the US. We have sourced top breed Super Silver Haze seeds for sale from our trusted marijuana seedbanks—ILGM, MSNL, Seedsman and Crop King.
Super Silver Haze Strain Description
Super Silver Haze, aka SSH, is a champion award-winning sativa dominant marijuana strain, designed to impress the cannabis grower and consumer alike. It is an excellent breed that produces giant colas packed full of potent top shelf buds. The long-lasting effects of Super Silver Haze provide a psychoactive cerebral head high and powerful body stone, leaving the user gasping for reality. Sweet, herbal aromas and flavors. Up to 19% THC.
Super Silver Haze Origin and Genetics
Super Silver Haze is a hybrid strain developed in the 90’s by Nevil Shoenmakers and Shantibaba. It was created by crossing Nevil’s special NL#5 x Haze A female with a Skunk x Haze A male. Super Silver haze was first entered into the Hydro category of the 1997 Cannabis Cup and won 1st prize. In 1998, the seeds were released by Green House Seed Co. and it won the Hydro category again that year, as well as taking the overall 1st place prize. Super Silver Haze took 1st place yet again at the 1999 Cannabis Cup to complete its hat-trick of victories.
How to Grow Super Silver Haze
Super Silver Haze is moderately difficult to grow. The plants can get rather tall and unwieldy if allowed to, making indoor cultivation possible using SCROG or LST techniques. The flowering time is long at up to 11 weeks, but yields are well over 500 g/m2. Super Silver Haze can grow into multi-pound trees outdoors, ready to harvest by late October.
|Aroma / Flavor||
Earthy, Herbal, Lemony, Skunk
ILGM, MSNL, Greenhouse Seed Co., Crop King
Creative, Energizing, Euphoric, Exhilarating, Upbeat
Haze, Northern Lights, Skunk
Indoors, Outdoors, Greenhouse, Warm Climates
Up to 19%
10% Indica, 90% Sativa
Over 500 g/m2