4 females of two different Panama Red varieties, making it 8 females and 4 males, 2 from each variety. The Panama Red Hair variety derives from the BCO lineage originally collected by a collector from a family in Columbia who had preserved several heirloom Columbians and this Panama Red. (Panama used to be part of Columbia until it separated and became part of the United States to create the Panama Canal.) The Panama Red Hair has red, purple, and blue coloring as well as green. Pistils are red when dry and appear white and orange before turning color. The 74′ Panama Red was acquired during a peace corp mission to help the people of Panama… while they were there this plant was collected. The variances are there and distinct, as this Panama Red leaves are more jagged, the stems are more of green to brick red in appearance, depending on if it’s a green or a red phenotype. (Only red phenotypes were used in these pure hybrids. The roots at the base of each plant can produce roots that look like thorns, where the roots shoot up from the base of the stem and form barbs or stems, an attribute noted from being grown in the Darien jungle and adapting to its environment. Some of the plants bleed red sap. The 74′ Panama Red turns shades of red, but the whole plant seems to have color in the plants that is different than the Panama Red Hair. The combination of these two original Panama Red lines is to collectively combine and preserve the best features of these rare and unique lines. The high is creeper, hypnotic, trippy, and physical, affecting auditory and visual perceptions.
Flowering is 18-24 weeks indoor. Outdoors or in a greenhouse with proper selection one can hopefully finish by December.