The indica genetics ensure it matures very quickly. The large, tight, spear-shaped buds are made up of small, densely packed calyxes.
The plants are taller and like to branch out making them ideal for "training", i.e. tying back or bending over.
Indoors, the plants are fully mature by week seven of the flowering cycle. Outdoors, under optimum conditions the plant is a super-producer capable of being multi-harvested over a period of time. Branch-end buds ripening by the beginning of October are harvested and new buds form and mature about every ten days after and can be harvested through the end of November, or however long the plant can be kept alive, making Flo ideal for greenhouse production.
Deep purple hues darken the buds the more they mature. The motivational high produced by the Flo is quite unique and long-lasting. The flavor is that of old-school Nepalese Temple hash with a head reminiscent of Highland Oaxaca Gold producing a musky/burgundy/ floral complex palate: A most enjoyable and pleasant experience.
Rated the #1 strain at the 1996 Cannabis Cup by Cannabis Culture magazine.