MOM: My long held Ohio Death Star clone was used in this cross. Lots of very nice progeny, and good yield. You can expect the structure of Death Star, with the aroma and rainbow of colors of the bluegrass.
DAD: Kentucky Bluegrass is a special cutting that came to me through Kentucky Organics. He sourced it in the Raywick, Kentucky area from an older gentlemen who was connected in the local scene for quite some time. I call it “KBG” for short. Not to be confused with the old commonly known Eastern European intelligence agency. This is a unique indica dominant plant that seems to be in the purple family of cultivars such as Purple Urkle, Mendo Purps, Lavender, Granddaddy Purple etc.. I would say it looks closer to Urkle, and Lavender than any of those other ones. The nose on this plant makes me relate it to fruity, citrus/chemical household cleaner, but it is not so much the terpenoline/haze/jack type aroma some of you may be relating it to in your mind. The middle of the nose is creamy and tangy, like a lemon/orange Tang drink, very zesty. And finally the back end is noticed upon opening the the blossom. When you get into it, the skunky, and raw onion type tones infiltrate your nostrils. The aromas translate to flavor very well. This is one of the more unique, and beautiful plants I have come across on my journey. Extremely colorful, and so are most of its progeny. It breeds very dominant against the majority of crosses for a lot of its traits. Great bushy structure as well. The Kentucky Bluegrass harvest window is about 48-52 days, and you can expect a good amount its progeny to be shorter flowering as well.