Most growers are instantly won over by Mimosa’s striking looks. However, she also boasts a bunch of other impressive traits, including high levels of THC and a fragrant mix of terpenes. Plus, her compact stature makes her easy to grow just about anywhere and without much fuss. Despite her small size, Mimosa still pumps out rewarding yields.
Mimosa: Cannabis Flavour Bomb
What happens when you cross one of the prettiest cultivars in the world with one of the tastiest? You end up with Mimosa, of course. Discover the genetics, effects, and growing traits of this unique strain.
Mimosa: the progeny of Purple Punch and Clementine
Mimosa ranks as one of the most eye-pleasing cultivars out there. Her dense, frosty buds feature patches of dark purple and dark green, alongside spatters of orange pistils. The variety inherited her looks from her equally stunning parents, Purple Punch and Clementine. Breeders crossed these varieties to create a strain with balanced psychoactive effects and fruity flavours.
Effects and flavours of Mimosa
Mimosa delivers impressive THC levels of 22% and noteworthy CBG levels of 1%. In high doses she lands a stoning and physical high that melts the muscles and plunges users into a state of euphoric introversion. High levels of the earthy terpene myrcene contribute to these relaxing and dreamy effects. Dose in moderation, and you will feel uplifted, energetic and motivated.
The terpene profile of Mimosa is all about citrus fruit mixed with earthy tones, making for a refreshing and rich flavour bomb, ideal for smoking, vaping and adding to baked goods.
Growing characteristics of Mimosa
Do you like the characteristics of this strain? Then why not get some seeds in the soil? Indoors, this lady peaks at a compact height of 80cm and she produces a rewarding 400g/m² after a flowering time of 9–10 weeks. If you prefer growing outdoors in the elements, you can expect your plants to reach a height of 100cm and deliver 550g per plant during the middle of October.