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Reared outdoors, Black Dream can reach a height of 2-3 meters (depending on the sowing time), so make sure you have some kind of visual cover. Grown in the northern hemisphere you can expect to reap the fruits of your efforts in the beginning of October, respectively the beginning of April in the southern hemisphere. Raised with an experienced hand and given the summer was nice, you can expect a yield of 700g to 1kg per plant.

In an indoor grow, in order to keep Black Dream at a manageable height, the lighting schedule should be switched to 12/12 when the plants have reached a height of 35-50cm. Black Dream requires 45-55 days to reach full maturity, finishing its life cycle at a height of around 80-100cm. At 9 plants per square meter you can expect a yield of whopping 450-600g/m². Cuttings of Black Dream should not deceed a minimum height of 20-25cm before switching the lighting schedule – in order to maximize the yield, the quantity of plants per square meter can be increased to up to 12.

Black Dream may sound sinister, but this strain is one growing on the bright side of life. The vigorous growth, short flowering time, very high yields of compact and very resinous buds (up to 600g/m² indoors, respectively 1kg outdoors), pleasant smell and taste will put a smile on every growers and users face. Its high THC content is sure to satisfy even the most seasoned pothead.

Black Dream (Eva Seeds) feminized

Black Dream may have a sinister name, but there is nothing gloomy to it – rather the opposite is the case. This 50/50 Sativa/Indica hybrid exhibits a vigorous growth, has a short flowering time, produces very high yields, has a pleasant smell and taste and stuns even seasoned potheads with its high THC content.

Black Dream produces compact, resinous, large central buds surrounded by numerous secondary ones on the robust side branches. When it comes to the odor and flavor your olfactory sense and taste buds will celebrate the blend of sweet, fruity and spicy notes. Watch out! This dream of a Cannabis strain is very potent – the onset of the high is pretty active, but the effect becomes more relaxing towards the end. Excessive use won’t cause a black-out, but can facilitate drifting off into dreamland.

Indica 50% / Sativa 50%
THC: Very High
Yield: High
Flowering time indoor: 45-55 days
Genetics: Jamaican Dream x Black Domina

Effect: Very powerful and active at the beginning and more relaxing and enjoyable at the end.
Smell: Fruity with hints of wood and spices
Taste: Sweet and fruity with spicy touches.

Basic / Breeders Info

Nutritional Needs: Medium in growth and flowering.

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Form: A big central bud, surrounded by strong side branches full of very compact and resinous buds. Vigorous, proportionate and robust growth.

Black Dream from Eva seeds is a balanced hybrid (50% Sativa – 50% Indica) that stand out for its fast flowering, high THC levels and abundant yields.

The flowering period takes 45-55 days, yielding up to 600gr/m2 of compact and resinous buds.

It is a cross between the Jamaican Dream variety – also from Eva Seeds – and Black Domina, two productive and unique strains. The former, a Jamaican Sativa; the latter, an Afghan Indica.

This combination of traits produces fir-shaped plants that grow vigorously, with short internodal distance and robust branches.

The aroma is complex, sweet and fruity, with wood and spice undertones. The effect is active and stimulant, becoming pleasant and physical on a second phase.