Breeder: Dirty Bird Genetics
Cannabis Type: Trap Queen x Bahama Mama
Flowering Time: 55-60 days
Outdoor: Untested, but parents do well, and given it’s short flowering time indoor, we suspect it’ll be great.
Plant Morphology: Super high calyx-to-leaf ratio and gorgeous lavendar calyxes with magenta veins, this cross between two of our all-time favorites is totally worth your while. The Trap Queen morphology shines through in these genetics with golf ball shaped flowers, calyxes that stack for days, long internodal spacing, and very little foliage, making for great airflow and bud development from the bottom of the plant to the top.
Terpenes: Sweet gas
Effect: The Mamacita is a pleasure to indulge in. After a long day, it’ll take your mind off of anything you need it to, and has that classic laid-back stone.
The #3 pheno of the Mamacita is the more colorful of our two keepers. It packs on the frost in flower and by harvest, the sugar leaves are so drenched and so sparse that you barely have to trim her. The terpenes on this pheno are sweeter than her sister, but share the same fuely undertones. The calyxes stack beautifully, making this a show stopper and a great boutique strain for any garden.