White Widow Autoflower Marijuana Seeds

(128 customer reviews)

Strain Overview

We took our White Widow and made her flower automatically. White Widow is high in THC and is known for white trichome crystals and orange hairs that develop at the end of its flowering stage. Easy to grow, especially for beginners. Caution – the high from White Widow is not for beginners.

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Pack Size Price Quantity

5 Seed Pack

$65.00

10 Seeds Pack

$120.00

25 Seeds Pack

$240.00

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More About White Widow

As a top strain, White Widow has been around for a long time now and continues to tantalize, tempt, and daze weed lovers through its unique class of high. From its distinct scent to its lasting flavor and aftertaste, White Widow is an undisputed winner. This is why we decided to bring it to you in the best form possible: auto-flowering feminized.

Indica-dominant with a little bit of sativa and ruderalis, our auto-flowering White Widow boasts a strong and totally devastating kind of high that is hard to find in other strains. Because this is an auto-flowering strain, it is an easy grow and completes flowering on its own within 8 weeks.

Indoors, this strain is expected to produce up to 250 grams worth of weed; outdoors, it can yield up to 150 grams. The high THC content of the Original White Widow is retained here at 21.10%, and the CBD percentage is sizable at 0.70%.

Just like its parent, this strain is incredibly potent and delivers an unforgettable, hardcore buzz that will knock your brains out. Everything from the scent to the flavor to the effect is super smooth and reeks of the highest quality of dank buds.

This White Widow auto-flowering feminized strain of ours is for you if you are serious about growing the best strains known to man. This White Widow variant is highly recommended if you are looking for an easy auto-flowering grow that delivers and packs quite a punch. You can’t go wrong by having this nice little lady in your garden.

128 reviews for White Widow Autoflower Marijuana Seeds

  1. Timothy Hunt

    I quit smokin about 12yrs ago. Never new there were medical benefits. Just wanted to get stoned. 52 and retired, I took a chance and tried it again. Wow! I can tell you what we had way back was nothing compared to what is out now. Yea we had rare strains roll around once a year if you were lucky enough to find it. We called it “2-toke”. Long gone Skunk, Red bud, Colombian Gold. I was lucky enough to have very little of all these original strains. We are legal here at home. In my B-room scared to death I took my first hit in 12yrs and my shoulders dropped and the joints loosen. I have 50% of my movement back! Just got my girls into flower 2-weeks ago. Doing great. Simple and easy they grow and grow and keep growing bigger. White widow was a perfect choice. Forever grateful to The King. Got 2 more babies right behind. Customer for life.

  2. Scot

    Germinated with CKS guide. Perfect germination. After 3 weeks began flowering. Now been 4 weeks and flowers developing alot each day. Plants grew so much past 2 weeks. I’m impressed. 1st time grow and great to learn with auto’s. Highly recommend.

  3. Edward Brown

    I purchased 5 of these seeds and four germinated. I grew them in my basement under grow lights, the long flourescent tubes, which do not provide a full spectrum of light, and moved them outdoors at 7 weeks. The first one flowered in the house at 6 weeks and was twice the size of the other three. All four were flowering when I transplanted them outdoors, 3 in big containers and one in the ground. Of the four, one reached three and a half feet and had tons of big buds. The one that flowered first at 6 weeks in the basement never grew another inch but was like one huge thick bud. One grew maybe another six inches and the last nothing at all but both were covered in bud. A bit of checking on the internet told me that autoflower plants do not transplant well and I’m no rookie. I’ve been starting all kinds of things from seed for over 40 years. I have already harvested all four plants and started three news ones directly in large containers and they’re rocking and rolling so in the long run a worthwhile grow but I’ll know better than to transplant them next time

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