Torreon is a Central Mexican cultivar from the Mexican state of Coahuila, which borders Zacatecas and Durango, Chihuahua and Nuevo Leon. Medium in height, extremely resinous and produces good-sized colas and flowers that reek like skunk and funk, depending on phenotype. It can bleed purple sap. The Michoacán male also bleeds purple sap and comes from a line which can sometimes bleed red and black as well as the purple. The Michoacán is a narrow leaf sativa which produces long colas. The Mexicans are happy, colorful, can be extremely potent, psychedelic. The Torreon is what grew there in the early 2000’s and the Michoacán is an old heirloom variety. 14 to 16 weeks flowering.