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Maple Leaf Indica

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Basic / Breeders Info

Maple Leaf Indica is an indica variety from Sensi Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±48 days ) . Sensi Seeds’ Maple Leaf Indica is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Sensi Seeds’ Maple Leaf Indica Description

A relatively new release as a seed, this fat, sticky hash-makers’ plant has long been prized for its sparkling coating of resin glands and syrupy sweet citrus bouquet. Maple Leaf Indica is bred from precious, vintage Afghanica gene-stock – parent plants that have formed part of several important Sensi Seeds hybrids and which represent one of the surviving strains behind original Mazar-i-Sharif hashish.

The direct forebears of Maple Leaf Indica were brought out of Afghanistan just before the Soviet invasion and older smokers lucky enough to have visited the region in its peaceful era may find this variety to be a taste – and a blast – from the past. Some of the earliest western references to the Maple Leaf parent strain describe both the plant and the hashish produced from it as “renowned throughout the Hindu Kush and the whole of the Middle East as the best there is.”

Even by the high standards of the region, Mazar-i-Sharif is a celebrated centre of cannabis and hashish culture, and prior to the Eighties its reputation was greater still. Situated just inside Afghanistan’s northern border, the town’s proximity to the territory of the former USSR made it one of the very first areas to be affected by the invasion. This threat was perhaps the only reason that the traditional cultivators of the Maple Leaf parent strain allowed it to leave their possession, and the collector who received the original seeds made it a personal mission to preserve this unique Indica.

The exodus of sublime Afghani genotypes during that period changed the face of ganja cultivation around the world and western growers have literally reaped the benefits ever since. Maple Leaf represents one of the finest Afghanica varieties ever seen outside the region, back-crossed to express the purity of her ancestors. This strain quickly and easily produces solid buds that drip with crystal and sugary orange-grapefruit flavours. While not the biggest-yielding Afghani in the Sensi collection, Maple Leaf Indica tops the list for resin production and has always been one of our personal favourites.

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Denver Maple seeds

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Denver Maple specifications

Read the Denver Maple seed specifications in the table below. The values may vary between the different seedbanks where you can buy Denver Maple seeds.

Variety 100% pure Indica
THC Level Low
CBD Level Low

About Denver Maple seeds

Denver Maple is an pure indica strain with low levels of THC. The CBD level of this strain is low. Denver Maple is related to the Maple Leaf Indica strain . Denver Maple will grow into a beautiful cannabis plant with a fine return in harvest. It is not hard to grow these Denver Maple seeds, you keep an eye on this plant will it grows, the flowering period is pretty average.

The Denver Maple has Sweet, Citrus, Earthy, Woody and Pine flavors while the effects of denver maple are reported as relaxed, giggly, tingly, uplifted and sleepy.Denver Maple seeds are not available to buy online at the moment, we will update the information as soon as we have a seedbank selling Denver Maple seeds.

Denver Maple flavors

Is it good to know what the flavor of Denver Maple is before you buy Denver Maple seeds online. It said Denver Maple tastes mostly like:

  • Sweet
  • Citrus
  • Earthy
  • Woody
  • Pine

Denver Maple effects

You want to buy Denver Maple seeds? Get yourself informed about the effects of the Denver Maple strain. Denver Maple is known for the following effects:

A tale of two gorgeous maples. sad but true!

Everyone should have a hero. Scott Skogerboe has always been one of mine: Head of propagation at Fort Collins Nursery Wholesale, he and his boss, Gary Epstein have been the force behind most of the woody plant introductions of Plant Select. Here he is standing in front of. well. you shall have to wait and see (I have my crafty ways of making you read all the way to the bottom of my blog posting!).

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Amur maple at Box Store

This is NOT the same maple as the one with Scott above–this is an Amur Maple (Acer ginnala) I photographed today (October 20) on West Colfax in front of a Box Store which I am NOT endorsing (although I confess I did by 50 of awesome plants while I was there. ). As the name suggests, Amur maples originate in the Amur river region of East Asia, the river that separates Manchuria from Siberia. No wonder the tree is so cold hardy! But that area is also Maritime–and the soils are podzoils: generally acid, more like the soils of our upper Midwest and New England. So of course, Amur maples in Denver are frequently chlorotic, and usually not recommended by horticulturists “in the know”. No one bothered to tell the landscape architects, who filled the vast parking lot of this box store with them–and each and every one of them are blazing in DIFFERENT colors, and looking mighty healthy!

A whole ROW of frickin’ amurs

Here you can see bits and pieces of a half dozen Amur maples in blazing color—looked like a regular conflagration! Each was robust, and each a very different shade of flaming red and orange (and some yellow and one or two green–this picture doesn’t show them quite right–I’ll show some closeups to better demonstrate a wonderful quality that is being increasingly denied people: namely, the wonderful biodiversity and variability that comes with seed grown plants.

Although most of these maples were an unalloyed scarlet-vermilion, one was more orange-yellow in tint.

Green leafed Amur

Right alongside all the red ones, one had barely begun to turn and was still mostly green

Bright vermilion Amur Maple

But of the several dozen Amur maples around the parking lot, most were this flagrant, bracing, wonderful red color that we all love so much in the species. I have seen dozens of Amur maples all around Denver looking this good–there are some massive ones near Denver Botanic Gardens (and I have a pretty awesome specimen in my own garden too–hee hee). but for every stunning Amur maple, there are usually a few gnarly, miserable things that look awful year around and hardly color up in fall. I have a hunch some of these are simply inferior plants, and others are probably growing in particularly bad sites with more alkaline soils, perhaps, or other environmental problems. Here, you should generate a drum roll and have the summon the cavalry with trumpets! Woo hooo!

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Acer tataricum at Fort Collins Nursery Wholesale

Last Friday, while visiting Scott at Fort Collins Nursery Wholesale, I espied a furiously red small tree in the distance–the same one pictured at the beginning of this posting with Scott standing in front. This is a superb, red-fall coloring Tatarian Maple–a sib to the Plant Select Introduction, Acer tataricum Hot WingsTM. I have observed around town that Hot Wings Maple has been quite reliable about turning a wonderful reddish purple color in most sites. And since it is a selection of Acer tataricum, it will thrive in far more alkaline pedocal soils (“Tatarian” refers to “Tatary”–the archaic term used for “Turkestan”, the designation for the portions of Czarist Russia in Central Asia–namely contemporary Kazakhstan, Kirghistan, Uzbekistan and the smaller neighboring “stans” that are now mostly independent states, but formerly parts of Russia and the Soviet Union. Mike Bone and I found Acer tataricum several times in Kazakhstan–many of them with the bright red samaras much like the Plant Select clone.

And here’s the rub–you can go to almost any nursery in Colorado (in fact around the United States, Canada and Europe as well) and find Hot Wings in several convenient sizes–which you can purchase and plant in your garden and get not only spectacular fall color, but a shapely small tree the rest of the year which has brilliant red fruits for much of the summer–which look as bright and dazzling as flowers for an extended period: it is apt to thrive for you on acid or alkaline soils, and once established in Colorado thrives with almost no supplemental irrigation: what’s not to love?

One of the great ironies of Colorado horticulture is that the ultimate seedsman (Scott Skogerboe) has also developed a number of clonal plants that will one day greatly outnumber the millions of seedlings he has grown in streetscapes and gardens around the world. Such are the ironies of our crazy modern world.

A piece of me wishes we could have developed a seed strain of red-winged maples so we could enjoy the wonderful biodiversity that thrilled me earlier today at Home Depot as I wandered through the Amur maples (imagining what they must look like in their native habitat right now, with the last few Siberian Tigers slinking through them nearby)–wait! What was that orange flash I caught out of the corner of my eye!? For a brief second I felt like Derzu Uzala (you must rent this dazzling Kurosawa classic if you’ve not seen it yet) and a moist Siberian breeze caressed my cheek.