Frisian Dew X DucksFoot
Why should I get Frisian Duck feminised seeds?
• Stealthy variety that is ideal for growing in populated areas
• Very tough and easy to grow, ideal for greenhouse and outdoor growing
• Grows like a Christmas tree with large flowers and a huge yield
• Beautiful purple flowers with a spicy, piney and fruity aroma
Frisian Duck has a subtle yet spicy aroma and flavour profile
Frisian Duck is a hybrid cannabis strain that is bred for its distinctive leaf shape which looks like a ducks footprint. She grows without being recognisable as cannabis for much of her life. Her compact buds have quite a subtle spicy aroma with hints of fresh forest, pine and citrus. The aroma isn’t that pungent, helping her to maintain a low smell profile even when the big purple flowers have matured and dominated its looks.
What does Frisian Duck taste like?
Frisian Duck has a slightly fruity, piney taste that can have hints of berries and fresh forest. Some phenotypes express a more citrus dominated flavour profile. Being slightly citrus and piney, her aroma profile definitely wakes you up! Perfect for a morning or daytime smoke.
Frisian Duck is an outdoor champion
Frisian Duck has purple buds with a hybrid bud structure which leans slightly to the Sativa side. She can be prone to foxtailing, making her buds a bit more open yet very resistant to prolonged periods of bad outdoor weather.
Being the product of a hybridisation of Ducksfoot x Frisian Dew, Frisian Duck has the potential to yield quite heavily. Her Frisian Dew parent genetics ensures healthy and strong offspring which are tough enough to take a punch or two. Besides thriving in an outdoor environment, Frisian Duck will also do well indoors. She stays fairly compact and doesn’t need much height management in order to yield well. Note that her purple tones can be a little less vivid indoors, compared to outdoor grown bud.
A top-choice for the outdoor urban home grower
Frisian Duck grows with unusually shaped leaves making it difficult to identify as traditional cannabis but making it ideal for outdoor and greenhouse growing in populated areas. The ‘Duck’ name refers to the distinctive leaf shape which looks like a duck’s footprint, especially during the first two-thirds of her life. During bloom, some upper leaves may show the more traditional cannabis shape.
What was first seen as a freaky cannabis plant about 5 years ago has now become a household name and bestseller in the Dutch Passion seed collection. The special stealthy looks make this plant a great choice for the urban outdoor cannabis grower. It is a unique cannabis plant in disguise. She is also tough and easy to grow, perfect for less experienced growers.
Frisian Duck is ready to harvest after around 8-9 weeks of bloom indoors. Outdoors she can reach maximum heights of 2-3m and is harvested around the start/middle of Autumn.
The genetics used to create Frisian Duck ensure the following characteristics:
– A reliable stealthy variety. Easy to grow and suitable for all growing conditions
– A Christmas-tree style plant with strong stems and huge yields
– Purple buds with an amazing fresh, fruity and spicy aroma
Frisian Duck is a true outdoor champion, highly suited for outdoor and greenhouse growing even at more northern and southern latitudes where other varieties would struggle to survive.
Frisian Duck effects
Frisian Duck produces fresh, piney and fruity/citrus leaning, tasty buds. The effects of the purple sativa flowers are quite mellow and uplifting. This variety is not the most intense and suits the grower who doesn’t want the strongest psycho active experience. She gives the user a pleasurably smooth and well-balanced high, during which they will still be able to function and take care of things. Outdoor activities will become more enjoyable after smoking Frisian Duck. The high is of medium strength and duration.
The growth and flowering time of Frisian Duck
Frisian Duck doesn’t stretch or grow as tall as more Sativa dominant varieties. She is a medium to large sized plant which will almost double in size during bloom. Indoors she is quite easily controlled. Outdoors she can become a real monster, often growing into a huge Christmas tree shaped cannabis plant. Indoors, a veg period of 4-6 weeks would be sufficient to get large yielding plants.
Growing her indoors in a SOG set-up is possible and recommended for higher yields. Although she can thrive indoors, we recommend growing her outdoors as the real power lies in her outdoor potential. She really flourishes in any outdoor grow and is the perfect fit for the outdoor grower looking for a stable cannabis variety which is able to cope with long periods of bad weather. There is no need to train or crop the plants. She grows easily into a big Christmas-tree with tough stems that can hold quite some weight.
The flowering time is about 8-9 weeks. In combination with the recommended veg phase it will take around 12-15 weeks from seed to harvest.
The yield of Frisian Duck
Frisian Duck produces XXL harvests of amazing purple flowers; between 400 and 500 grams per m2 is possible. The plant will carry heavy buds that will smell like you stepped into a fresh forest!
Our expert advice:
Frisian Duck is the go-to variety if you are looking for a strain that will blend in well with your outdoor garden plot or guerrilla spot. This is the stealthiest cannabis cup winning variety available anywhere in the world. If you need an outdoor cannabis strain that camouflages itself then Frisian Duck is the strain for you.
For the bulk of her life, Frisian Duck is difficult to identify as cannabis. Without the distinctive cannabis leaf shape people simply walk right past without giving her a second glance. This stealthy self-hiding cannabis strain is the product of many years of careful breeding and has been optimised for growing in tough northern European outdoor conditions.
Because the unusual leaf shape doesn’t attract second glances you can consider grow locations which you may not have considered before. Perhaps you could hide a plant in the corner of your garden or a polytunnel?
Experienced guerrilla growers find that Frisian Duck blends into the background vegetation very easily. Grow this variety outdoors with a few bushes and nettles around her and watch the unique Frisian Duck genetics do a remarkable job of natural self-camouflage. She is only really identifiable as cannabis just before harvest when the buds are ready.
There is no need to tuck or pluck the leaves on Frisian Duck. The growth pattern is perfect for natural growing. If you want a bushier plant, we recommend topping her once. When growing her outdoors be sure to give her sufficient soil and space since she can grow into a real monster in good quality outdoor conditions. Greenhouse growers also need to give her enough space to grow because she can really thrive in such an environment. It’s not uncommon to see greenhouse grown Frisian Ducks reach 3m tall, and just as wide.
More info about Frisian Duck
Frisian Duck is one of the most unusual feminized cannabis varieties available today. It’s the only cannabis cup winning, stealth cannabis strain which is ideally suited to outdoor cultivation in tough northern European conditions.
Frisian Duck grows with a stabilised natural leaf deformity. This produces a natural ‘webbing’ between the individual leaflet ‘fingers’ on the cannabis leaves. This makes her difficult to recognise as cannabis. Most people expect to see the normal leaf shape and wouldn’t give her a second look. The unusual leaf shape, especially during early growth, delivers natural cannabis camouflage which the outdoor grower can use to great advantage.
Besides being a stealthy variety for any outdoor cannabis grower Frisian Duck is a tough and durable outdoor cannabis strain which can give abundant yields to both beginner and expert growers.