Hi-Five was well satisfied with the yield, he got a solid pound of buds from his plants. While this was not too much for an outdoor plant in general, one has to take into account that the Frisian Dew plants were started Tate, having had a relatively short vegetative period and slightly reduced sunlight supply (due to the apple trees above). But potency was awesome, reflecting both sides of the genetic spectrum, having a both sativa-like uplifting (at first) and indica-like stoney (later) effect. Frisian Dew’s potency can easily compete with strong indoor buds, it’s of really exceptional outdoor quality.
The same applied to the great organic taste that was quite mild and sweet, but also had a spicy’n earthy outdoor note. In addition, Hi-Five luckily produced some fine organic hash from the very resinous leafy material that had accumulated during harvest. This Frisian Dew hash was incredibly delicious and potent, totally blasting Hi-Five away for hours.
Frisian Dew undoubtfully is another outdoor champion strain from Dutch Passion with a remarkable potency. Feminised Frisian Dew seeds are available in units of five or ten seeds.
Back then the whole story of Dutch Passion began with a couple of outdoor strains, amongst them Purple Star and Twilight, bred by breeder Henk van Dalen in the seventies and early eighties. Until today, this seed company is known for carrying a wide range of superb outdoor strains, and Dutch Passion recently further expanded its outdoor assortment by four new exciting strains: Taiga, Tundra, Pamir Gold and Snow Bud. Another newer outdoor strain from Dutch Passion already released in 2008 is Frisian Dew, a 50:50 indica/sativa cross of two legendary Dutch strains: Super Skunk and Dutch Passion’s own Purple Star, found after three years of selecting clones. Already in its first year of market presence, Frisian Dew received prize honours for being the winner of the outdoor category of the High Life Cup 2008. Dutch Passion says about Frisian Dew it’s the most beautiful outdoor variety they’ve ever encountered: “Although we produced many Skunk/Purple hybrids in the past 20 years, we have neuer seen anything coming dose to this hybrid.” Dutch Passion promises a high yield, good stem to leave ratio (only little leaves), very good mold resistance as well as a pleasant taste and strong potency. Frisian Dew will ripen already in the first week of October, flowering takes 7-8 weeks.