Sourcing: The Landrace Team
Latitude: 34° N
Elevation: 1000 m.a.s.l.
Height: 100 – 150 centimetres max
Flowering: 9 weeks
Effect: Medium high
Aromas: Citrusy and earthy
Characteristics: Minimal side branching, hardy and vigorous plants. Medium potency



While a pretty plant of typical Lebanese profile and stature, it is definitely a more wild type of Lebanese, it has limited frost and mild effect. We’d guess it is around 10% THC.
The tastes are pleasant enough, with a hint of citrus and general earthiness. The smoke is smooth. It grows small with minimal side branches.

These Lebanese plants show hardiness and vigour seen in the semi-wild strains we’re familiar with. They show consistent, healthy nd vigorous growth and flowering although they are not plants  approaching fine cultivated Lebanese. They were gifted to us by a family of farmers dedicated to the cultivation of cannabis. They referred to these particular plants as Red and Purple mutants because they spotted such plants displaying these particular hues in a field of otherwise all green plants.

This tendency to be mediocre in potency is not unusual, Our opinion is that many of these indigenous strains are great for crosses and seriously appeal mainly to serious collectors, researchers and those seeking  mild effects. The Lebanese has odd, wild-like nature.