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Super Lemon Haze

80% Sativa, 20% Indica | THC 21% | Super Lemon Haze, sometimes called “SLH,” is a sativa-dominant hybrid marijuana strain of Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze and two time Cannabis Cup winner from Green House Seeds. Super Lemon Haze is a kief-caked multi-colored wonder. As the name states this strain has real lemony characteristics. The smell is zesty, citrusy, and a little sweet. As for the taste, it’s everything one would expect from the namesake; tart and sweet like lemonheads candy – not quite as sharp as one might expect. The effects are uniquely energetic and lively, may not be the best strain for those of us that are naturally wound-up tight.


Is it legal to buy Cannabis seeds in Australia?

  • Cannabis seeds do not contain any illegal properties on their own and can be purchased for collectable/souvenir purposes only in Australia.   If you live in the ACT or have a medicinal license, these laws may not apply to you.   Learn more about current Australian legalization laws.

How can I buy Cannabis seeds in Australia?

  • Seeds Please Australia offer rare & heirloom seed varieties and will have a selection of  Cannabis Seeds strictly for souvenir / collectable purposes only.   They have heaps of positive reviews, but note that they will not support germination….

Super Lemon Haze Feminized Growing Information

The Origin and Genetics of Super Lemon Haze

Super Lemon Haze is a cannabis strain celebrated for its intriguing lineage and captivating genetic profile. This exploration delves into its history, genetic makeup, and the unique traits that distinguish it from other cannabis varieties.

History and Development

The story of Super Lemon Haze begins with the union of two acclaimed cannabis strains: Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze. Lemon Skunk, known for its intense lemon aroma and powerful effects, is a cross between two Skunk phenotypes. Super Silver Haze, a legendary sativa-dominant strain, has won numerous awards for its exceptional qualities.

The breeding of Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze resulted in Super Lemon Haze, a hybrid that merges the finest attributes of its parent strains. While the exact origins and breeder of Super Lemon Haze are not widely documented, it is believed to have emerged in the early 2000s.

Genetic Makeup

Super Lemon Haze is primarily a sativa-dominant hybrid, with about 70% sativa and 30% indica genetics. This balance contributes to the strain’s distinctive effects and characteristics.

  • Lemon Skunk: A cross of two Skunk phenotypes, Lemon Skunk brings a skunky and lemony aroma along with potent effects, contributing its distinct lemon scent and flavor to Super Lemon Haze.
  • Super Silver Haze: Comprising Skunk, Northern Lights, and Haze genetics, Super Silver Haze is renowned for its uplifting and cerebral effects, adding sativa dominance and energizing properties to Super Lemon Haze.

The combination of these two strains endows Super Lemon Haze with a remarkable set of genetics, enhancing its unique traits.

Distinctive Characteristics

Super Lemon Haze boasts several features that set it apart from other cannabis strains:

  • Aroma: True to its name, Super Lemon Haze exudes a strong lemon scent. The dominant terpenes—limonene, beta-pinene, and terpinolene—create a refreshing, citrusy fragrance.
  • Flavor Profile: The flavor mirrors the aroma, delivering a tangy and zesty lemon taste. The interplay of limonene and other terpenes defines the strain’s unique flavor.
  • Appearance: The buds of Super Lemon Haze are typically dense and compact, showcasing vibrant green hues with patches of orange pistils. A thick layer of trichomes gives the buds a frosty, sticky appearance.
  • Effects: Known for its uplifting and energizing effects, Super Lemon Haze enhances focus, creativity, and mood. It provides a cerebral high without heavy sedation, making it ideal for daytime use.
  • Medicinal Potential: The genetic combination in Super Lemon Haze may offer medicinal benefits. Some users report relief from depression, stress, fatigue, and lack of appetite.

Understanding the origins, genetics, and distinctive characteristics of Super Lemon Haze sets the foundation for exploring its cultivation techniques, effects, and potential benefits. In the following sections, we will examine the best practices for growing Super Lemon Haze and discuss the effects, benefits, and possible side effects of its consumption.

Growing Super Lemon Haze

Growing Super Lemon Haze can be a rewarding endeavor for both novice and experienced cultivators. This guide provides essential techniques and tips to ensure a successful cultivation experience, covering ideal growth conditions, pruning and training techniques, and the harvesting and curing process.

Ideal Growth Conditions

Creating the perfect environment for Super Lemon Haze is key to maximizing growth and yield. Consider these factors:

  • Climate: Super Lemon Haze thrives in a warm, Mediterranean-like climate. It can be grown both indoors and outdoors. For outdoor cultivation, ensure the climate is suitable and the plants receive ample sunlight.
  • Temperature and Humidity: Maintain daytime temperatures between 70-85°F (21-29°C) and slightly cooler temperatures at night. During the vegetative stage, keep humidity around 40-50%, reducing it to 30-40% during flowering to prevent mold and bud rot.
  • Lighting: For indoor growth, use high-quality LED or HID lights. Provide 18-20 hours of light during the vegetative stage, switching to 12 hours of uninterrupted darkness during the flowering stage.
  • Soil and Nutrients: Use well-draining soil with a slightly acidic pH level of 6.0-6.5. Opt for nutrient-rich soil or hydroponic systems and ensure a balanced nutrient regimen to support healthy growth.

Pruning and Training Techniques

Pruning and training can optimize growth and yield. Consider these methods:

  • Topping: Remove the top growth of the plant to encourage lateral branching and create a bushier structure. This can increase the number of bud sites and promote an even canopy.
  • LST (Low-Stress Training): Gently bend and tie down branches to distribute light more evenly and promote better bud development. This technique can increase yields and maintain an even canopy.
  • Defoliation: Strategically remove leaves during the flowering stage to improve light penetration and airflow, reducing the risk of mold and promoting healthier buds. Be cautious not to over-defoliate, as it can stress the plant.

Harvesting and Curing Process

Proper harvesting and curing are crucial for preserving Super Lemon Haze’s aroma, flavor, and potency. Follow these guidelines:

  • Trichome Evaluation: Use a magnifying tool to examine trichomes on the buds. Harvest when trichomes are mostly milky white with a few amber ones, indicating the optimal time for balancing potency and desired effects.
  • Flush and Harvest: Flush the plants with plain water for 1-2 weeks before harvest to remove residual nutrients. Cut the plants at the base and hang them upside down in a dark, well-ventilated area with optimal temperature and humidity for drying.
  • Curing: Once dry, trim the buds and place them in airtight glass jars. Open the jars daily for the first week to release excess moisture, then gradually reduce the frequency to once every few days. Curing can take several weeks to months, enhancing flavor, aroma, and overall quality.

By implementing these techniques and tips, you can optimize the growth, yield, and quality of your Super Lemon Haze plants. Regularly monitor and adjust environmental conditions, provide adequate nutrients, and use proper pruning and training techniques for successful cultivation.


  • All Cannabis strains, require a full spectrum nutrient complete with the macro nutrients such as Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium and the secondary nutrients and micronutrients like, calcium, sulphur, hydrogen, magnesium, manganese, carbon, iron, zinc etc.
  • For coco/perlite grows, we recommend Nutrifield Coco A&B for use throughout the entire grow, with Nutrifield Organic BUD BURST at the beginning of the flowering phase right through to harvest.  As bud burst is organic, this ensures a nice smooth, super clean tasting smoke that you will love!
  • For soil based growing (not recommended), just make sure you use a high quality soil rich in organic matter such as compost and manure.   Note that manure if high in nitrogen which you’ll want to reduce during the flowering stage. 
  • During the flowering stage, change the ratio so you are using up to three times more phosphorus than nitrogen and potassium. Also continue to add in secondary nutrients such as iron, copper, and manganese.  The best way to do this is simply to use orgnanic Bud Burst during flowering all the way as this will ensure a smooth finish with no chemical taste.   Amazing stuff!
  • For organic grows, we recommend Aptus Baseboost organic nutrient   with coco/perlite 70/30 ratio.   This stuff is highly concentrated so a little goes a long way making it great value.     Simply add the pellets to the coco as per the instructions and it will completely transform any inert growing medium into a powerful full spectrum grow media.. 

Growing Tips

  • Your plants will need consistent air flow and good ventilation, whether you are choosing the perfect spot for an outdoor grow, or are growing in an indoor grow room. They need air that is rich in oxygen, to help prevent respiration, deter any pests, and allow your plant to grow healthy and strong. Use fans to help circulate air, or if you can afford it, exhaust systems are an excellent choice.

Why buy ‘Feminized’ Seeds

  • Marijuana plants are either male or female.   The male flower produces sacs or pollen designed to fertilize the female flower which produces white pistols designed to absorb the pollen.   If no male plants are present in the growing area, than the female plant will just grow larger and larger flowers in search of pollen.   These flowers are the cannabis buds that we all know and love.   The male plants hold only minuscule amount of THC, while the female flowers are oozing with THC crystals (the good stuff).   For this reason, marijuana growers are seeking only female plants in the grow room (unless they want alot of seedy buds).Feminsed seeds have been cultivated in a precise way so that the seed is genetically more likely to produce a female plant.   Autoflower seeds automatically transition from the vegetative phase to the flowering stage without you needing to adjust their light exposure.   Fore more detailed growing information, see our in depth grow guide.