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Passion #1

breed by Dutch Passion

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Basic / Breeders Info

Passion #1 is an indica variety from Dutch Passion and can be cultivated outdoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±42 days ) . Dutch Passions Passion #1 is a THC dominant variety and is/was also available as feminized seeds.

Dutch Passions Passion #1 Description

Passion #1 is an Indica variety developed in California in the seventies and has been grown outdoors in Holland since 1980. Smokes soft with a citruslike aroma and has a good high. Easy to grow, grows with long compact resinous buds. One of the best green outdoor varieties worldwide.

THC: 18.6%
flowering period: 6 weeks
harvest time outdoor: end of Sept., 1st week of Oct.

Where to buy Passion #1 cannabis seeds?

Passion #1 from Dutch Passion is available as regular and feminized seeds. In 17 seedbanks, we found 75 offers between EUR 7.59 for 1 feminized seed and EUR 329.31 for 60 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy Passion #1 Cannabis Seeds from Dutch Passion somewhere – have a look to our Passion #1 Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Passion #1 offers: Seedsman, Dutch Passion, Herbies Head Shop, Samenwahl.com, Original Seeds Store, Mary’s Seeds, Cannapot Hanfshop, Indras Planet GmbH, Zamnesia, Oaseeds, Canna-Seed Seed Shop, Hanf & Hanf, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, canna-seed.com, PEV Seeds Bank, Alchimia Grow Shop and Amsterdam Seed Center.

Passion #1 Reviews

We’ve collected strain info from 11 growers for Passion #1, check out the reviews about the indoor and outdoor grow here.

General Impression

Known Phenotypes:

  1. long, stretched, fastly blossoming, indica-dominant Phenotype #1

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How is Passion #1 growing outdoors?

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Passion #1 Degustation

The seedfinder users tested Passion #1 and uploaded information about the aroma, taste and effects of Dutch Passions Passion #1. Here a short overview, click to the charts or links to get an exact description and find similar cannabis varieties!

Aroma / Smell

The aroma / smell of Passion #1 can be described best as Sour and additionally as fairly Spicy. . read more

Taste / Flavour

The taste / flavour of Passion #1 was characterized as Sour (Citrus and also with a touch of Acidic) and additionally as fairly Spicy (a bit of Herbs) and Microbiological (a bit of Earth). . read more

Effect / Effectiveness

4% Thought provoking

6% Spacy / Confusing

6% Nervous / Fidgety

Passion #1 have basically a medium effect to the Body (Couchlocking and also a little bit Appetizing and Sleepy) but is also affecting (a little bit less) to the Head (a little bit Exhilarating and Paranoic and also minimal Frightening). . read more

Passion #1 Gallery

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Passion #1 Comparisons

How is Passion #1 growing and effecting compared to other varieties? 1 seedfinder users uploaded direct comparisations with Dutch Passions Passion #1 and compared this cannabis variety with 1 other strain(s). Click on the links to get more information and see how good this plants can be grown together!

Dutch Passions Passion #1 VS. KC Brains Hollands KC 33

Passion #1 Lineage / Genealogy

  • Passion #1 »»» Amstel Gold
  • Amstel Gold
    • USA, Kalifornien »»» Indica

Map of the Passion #1 Family Tree

Passion #1 Hybrids & Crossbreeds

Map of the Passion #1 Descendants

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Passion #1 User Comments

Altogether we’ve collected 9 user comments about Dutch Passions Passion #1. Here you find the 3 english user comments, for the ones in the other langues please click here: german (6).

thatsme – 02.09.2019

Passion # 1 is great for growers wanting an early finishing variety,it is always ready to be harvested by the second week of September,here in South UK.
This picture was taken on thesecond of September and as you can see, the Passion # 1 plants on the left side of the photo are almost ready to harvest.
On the right side is a Durban Poison, a strain that needs much more time to finish than Passion # 1.

Prager – 01.10.2018

Garden Grow 2018
Seed planted in late April 2017. Three weeks from germination, the plant had 5 nodes and grew vigorously. The leaves were broad, bulky indica type. One month after germination, I replanted her into a larger container. Six weeks after germination, the plant was mainlined at the third node and recovered soon, continuing her vigorous growth. Both branches had 4 nodes each. The main stem split up slightly so I used soft wire to keep it together. The split healed well.

The plant kept on growing and thriving but stayed rather small. I moved her to a larger container again. The stem and branches grew firm and woody yet no splitting of branches occured.
At the end of August, she had some 50 cm and 13 branches, the leaves were rather thin and small buds started forming. She finished in early October – yellowing leaves, most pistils turned brown, ripe smell and quite sticky.

Guerilla Grow 2018
Seed popped in mid-April. The seed took longer to pop than others and the initial development of the seedling was average to poor, then she caught on. Five weeks from germination, the plant had 5 nodes and grew well. Six weeks from germination, I planted her in a pre-prepared hole in my guerilla garden (fertilized with composted manure, worm castings and added some dolomitic lime for good measure). Towards the end of June, the plant had about 140 cm and about 12 nodes (with a split at the 8th node, probably due to weather or deer damage). The plant had 3 main branches and appeared healthy. The following two months of extreme drought and high temperatures, along with deer messing up the patch, did not do her any good. Towards the end of August, the plant visibly suffered from drought, lost most of her fan leaves and the development of the plant was stunted – the main stem rather thin, the crown underdeveloped and thin, with only a few miniature buds at the ends of branches. Lower branches were dry altogehter.
In the second half of September, I found the plant with the stem broken in the split – yet it managed to survive and finish completely as the outer bark was still there. The harvest was meager, however most of the buds were in good condition and only a few had dry mold (the dry weather continued and the branches were supported by the undergrowth around the plant).

JMJ88 – 24.12.2008

Too leafy, id rather smoke clusters of bud than clusters of leaf
dont waste your time with this one
high rate of hermaphrodites in current seedstock, the same problem is reported with blueberry from dutch passion, although its still a good smoke

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Top 5 Feminized Dutch Passion

Dutch Passion truly revolutionized the cannabis scene when they invented feminized marijuana seeds in the 1990s. With seeds that will grow into female plants only (hence their name “feminized”), cannabis cultivars everywhere now need fewer seeds, can grow in smaller spaces and are able to save considerable time and energy when they grow. Whether you grow indoors or outdoors, feminized seeds made growing top quality weed easier for everyone. Today, feminized seeds make a large percentage of all cannabis seeds sold. Zativo’s list of the top 5 feminized Dutch Passion seeds can help you to find your favourite feminized cannabis strains in no time!

1. Blueberry (Dutch Passion)

  • 80% indica – 20% sativa
  • Blueberry
  • 9 weeks

Blueberry is one of Dutch Passion’s most popular strains, and not without good reason. When you grow her and once you get a taste of this famed strain, you will certainly see why! One of Blueberry’s great qualities is her amazing, fruity blueberry aroma that makes her stand out among strains and always a top choice among connoisseurs! But it’s not only her fruity fresh aroma which made Blueberry popular since the strain was introduced several decades ago. With her various blue coloured shades when you grow her, Blueberry is one outstandingly beautiful plant that can be a pure joy to simply look at. While the strain may not be the optimal choice for new growers since at times she can be somewhat finicky when it comes to feeding, her excellent aroma and then her very relaxing and refined Blueberry high is always more than rewarding the grower for their effort.

2. Frisian Dew (Dutch Passion)

  • 50% indica – 50% sativa
  • Super Skunk x Purple Star
  • 7.5 weeks

Frisian Dew by Dutch Passion is considered one of the most beautiful outdoor cannabis strains. The 50% Indica and 50% Sativa cross between a Skunk and a Purple Star delights with a dazzling display of purple colours when she grows. But she’s not only an amazing sight. She is popular among growers because she is very easy to grow, which makes Frisian Dew a good choice for the less experienced who want to get their feet wet with outdoor growing. The strain has a natural resistance against mould which allows you to grow her even in less than optimal climates like in Northern Europe and the UK. One other quality why growers like Frisian Dew is her very good yields. The strain has an optimal stem to leave ratio that allows light to hit her leaves for maximum harvests of fat and juicy buds. It is because of those excellent growing qualities and last but not least her rich aroma and potent high that she won the High Life Holland in 2008. When smoked, her effect starts as an energizing and uplifting cerebral high thanks to her Sativa side and will then smoothly turn into a super relaxing Indica stone.

3. Orange Bud (Dutch Passion)

  • Sativa-dominant
  • 100% Skunk
  • 7.5 weeks

Orange Bud by Dutch Passion is one of “Original 100% Skunks” – and still considered one of the best Skunk varieties. The strain has its origins back in the early 1980s where it was carefully selected and bred from some of the best Skunk genetics. The result is a fantastic strain that is not only super potent but also very stable and robust to grow. This makes Orange Bud one favourite strain even for less experienced growers who can always look forward to amazing yields of compact, densely packed bud that is oozing with juicy resin. When she shows off her beautiful orange pistils during growth, you will know where she got her name from! Orange Bud is still an all-time favourite especially among the many Skunk lovers out there. With her very potent effect that is uplifting and cerebral, she is the perfect daytime smoke that can give you a boost of energy and creativity without knocking you off your feet. Her pleasantly sweet taste with its fresh citrus notes like that of ripe oranges just adds to the quality of this great Skunk!

4. Durban Poison (Dutch Passion)

  • Sativa-dominant
  • Durban Poison
  • 8.5 weeks

Dutch Passion’s Durban Poison is one of those classic outdoor strains that has been meticulously bred so she can grow even in extreme conditions. The very tough strain thrives in tropical heat as well as in our cold Northern climates. According to cannabis history, Durban poison came to Europe from South Africa during the 1970s. Since this time, the strain has been refined many times, which allowed her to adapt to our cold and rainy conditions over time. Durban Poison was bred with some Indica genetics that are evident when you see wide leaves early during growth but she’ll later display more of her Sativa side with the typical slim “finger” leaves. Growers not only like that she is resistant against mould and some of the common cannabis pests, she is one of those strains that will always give consistent and very high yields. When you smoke Durban Poison, you can enjoy her typical Haze taste that is spiced with some hints of clove, liquorice and aniseed. Her very potent high is what you’d expect from a first-class Sativa: her effect is uplifting and energizing which makes Durban Poison a great smoke if you want a boost of energy and creativity.

5. Power Plant (Dutch Passion)

  • Sativa-dominant
  • Power Plant
  • 8 weeks

Power Plant by Dutch Passion is one of those strains where you could say that really everything is right. Thanks to her being a pure strain rather than an inbred hybrid she is an exceptionally stable plant that can grow almost anywhere. You can grow her indoors or outdoors although she will grow to her full potential in sunny, warmer climates. She is a very good choice if you want to grow her in a greenhouse. Another bonus that speaks for Power Plant is that she won’t grow too tall. With a maximum height of 1-1.5m you don’t need too much space to grow her. When conditions are right, she can yield up to 500-600g/m². But her stability, reliability and excellent yields when you grow her are just some of Power Plant’s qualities. Cannabis enthusiasts love her refreshing yet smooth smoke that has a pleasantly sweet aftertaste. Thanks to her high amount of THC, she makes for a very potent smoke that is uplifting and energizing, just the right thing to enjoy during the day!

Top 5 Feminized Dutch Passion Dutch Passion truly revolutionized the cannabis scene when they invented feminized marijuana seeds in the 1990s. With seeds that will grow into female plants only