The cannabis strain Watermelon Tree produces colorful nugs that remind you of colorful sugar-coated candy. A well cultivated batch will have shades of lavender, vivid greens, and bright orange pistils all coated with a healthy layer of trichomes.
When you open up a container filled with this strain, you’ll be struck by a sweet and earthy scent while its taste is not unlike that of OG strains on the exhale, being similar to fresh soil and wood or pine. This strain is a cross between Watermelon Lemonade and Lemon Tree, so hints of lemon tend to make their way into both the scent and taste.
Watermelon Tree was first cultivated by Tahoe Hydroponics Company, making it a native to Nevada and the only state you’re likely to find this strain until the company decides to sell its seeds or clones. Tahoe Hydro is a six-time winner of the Jack Herer Cup, and their cultivation methods are top-quality as they use purified water, hand-pick product, vine-cure it, and hand-trim it.
Fans of this strain have said they enjoy its tendency to relax the body and improve mood, sometimes leading to a rather giggly euphoria. Because it is a rare strain, not many patients have reviewed it in regard to helping with symptoms or conditions.
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