With dark green leaves and hints of purple amid prominent orange/red hairs, its thick layer of crystal white trichomes are really something to behold. Aside from a rainbow-like appearance, however, Girl Scout Kush is also a very high-quality plant with a short flowering period. It is characterised by a prominent sweet, earthy and spicy aroma. This is matched by a unique chocolatey, minty and subtle sweet flavour.
Growing Girls Scout Kush does require some good love and attention. Indoors, you are looking at a growth of about 80 to 100 cm with a decent yield period of 8 weeks. If you are tending to these outdoors, however, you have upwards of 200 to 250 cm to look forward to pruning. However, when harvesting outdoors around September, you should try to limit the impact of rain as much as possible. The tops will otherwise rot before you get a chance to bring them in for use. In short, the yield from Girls Scout Kush is comparatively low but of a superior quality.
First tasting Girls Scout Kush will be an exceedingly unique experience. Not only is the aroma fetching, but you will get extremely stoned very quickly. The effects include prolonged and large laughing fits and a general positivity. However, the high THC content is not for the faint hearted; it should be taken by those with experience rather than by first timers. Similarly, the care required when growing does not make this an ideal first-time plant (unless you have done your research), but rather a plant for more experienced growers. Overall, the hype surrounding Girls Scout Kush is much deserved – it is a very special variety with a very strong punch.