Indian grass Tomahawk (Sorghastrum Nutans) 500 seeds
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Bearing feathery quills of golden flowers on tall erect stems, this clump-forming grass is native to prairies and open woodlands over much of North America. Appearing in late summer, the flower heads are held high above fountaining tussocks of knee-high, narrow-bladed leaves that flex gracefully at their tips. The gray-green to metallic-blue leaves assume bright rust colors in fall before fading to parchment tones. The golden-tan flower heads turn burgundy and bronze as they ripen their seed.
Indiangrass succeeds on many soils, from sandy and moist to heavy and dry, as well as from acidic to moderately alkaline. Plant it in full sun and moist loam for most robust growth. It makes a beautiful vertical accent for the mixed border, a spacious foundation bed, or a meadow. Plants will self sow abundantly in favorable conditions. This stately grass is well-suited for American gardeners who seek a native alternative to silver grass (Miscanthus) or pampas grass (Cortaderia). (info source: Learn2Grow.com)
Genus – Sorghastrum
Species – Nutans
Common name – Indian grass Tomahawk
Pre-Treatment – Required
Hardiness zones – 4 – 9
Height – 3′-5′ / 0.9m – 1.5m
Spread – 18″-24″ / 45.7cm – 61.0cm
Plant type – Ornamental Grass
Vegetation type – Deciduous
Exposure – Full Sun, Partial Sun
Growth rate – Fast
Soil PH – Acidic, Neutral, Alkaline
Soil type – Clay, loam, sand
Water requirements – Dry to medium
Care level – Easy
Landscape uses – Dried Flower/Everlasting, Feature Plant, Foundation, Mixed Border, Wildflower
Germination rate – 95%
Bloom season – Late Summer
Leaf / Flower color – Green / Light brown with yellow stamens
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Basic / Breeders Info
Tomahawk is a mostly indica variety from Greenpoint Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±67 days ) and outdoors . Greenpoint Seeds’ Tomahawk is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.
Greenpoint Seeds’ Tomahawk Description
Type: Mostly Indica
Flowering: 63 – 70 Days
Height: Medium – Tall
Area: Indoor & Outdoor
Genetics: Gorilla Glue #4 x Star Dawg
Get ready to be the most popular kid on the block all over again! With this cross of Gorilla Glue #4 from Josey Wales, to this Male Stardawg, there are sure to be many phenotypes worth keeping, depending if your leaning more towards GG4 or Star Dawg. Gorilla Glue # 4 is a cross of <(Sour Dubble x Chem Sis) x Chocolate Diesel>. Superb resin content, and spectacular bag appeal. When she’s grown well and trimmed nicely, it looks like it was rolled in sugar! So many visible cloudy trichome heads that are sticky to the touch, hence her name. Her terpene profile is incredible as well. If I were to describe the GG4 aroma, it would have to down the lines of Soap/Detergent/Piney/Chem/Cocoa Butter. Slight nose tingle upon getting a big whiff. The room reeks of nothing but skunky weed when you crack open the jar. The flavor of Gorilla Glue is incredible. Rich/Creamy/Chem/Cacao with a slight hint of some diesel coming through on the back end. Alone, Gorilla Glue #4 test incredibly high in THC too. Might be a “1-Hitter Quitter” for the occasional cannabis consumer. She can easily reach 24%-32%THC as seen on @GGStrains and @RB26CA Instagram page. Gorilla Glue #4 definitely lives up to the hype it has received over the past 2 years. If you let her do what she wants, she will give you everything you want. Look, smell, taste, effect, and yield from both the flowers and the oil. If you like making extracts, this will be something you always want to run. With no less than 20% returns, It will definitely be worth your time for sure. She is a well rounded strain that belongs in every garden. This strain will be sure to replace some of those old OG strains that are getting played out everywhere
It your a fan of the Sour Diesel or Chemdog Terpene profile, you’ll love what the Stardawg Male does to the Gorilla Glue #4. The aroma, flavor, and effect all homogenize well together as if these two strains were meant to be together. An exquisite representation of these two powerhouse strains clashing together to make this one prestigious strain. The all-around, great tasting, dank smelling, heavy-hitting Gorilla Glue #4 crossed to the Legendary Chem 4-Dominant Star Dawg, give the Tomahawk some large-yielding buds with less internode spacing than just Gorilla Glue #4. It will also produce a remarkable terpene profile all on the heavy, dank, putrid, pungent side of the spectrum. You definitely will need a good carbon filter for this strain because of how much this plant will smell before, during, and after harvest. You can expect the aroma and flavor to range anywhere from Gasoline/ Oil Spill/ Kerosene/ Diesel/ Petrol/ Acetone/ Bleach/ Ajax/ Under-The-Sink Chemicals to Halitosis/ Morning Breath/ Decay/ Dry Socket with slight hints of vinegar. They all sound like offensive, foul odors, but when it comes to cannabis giving off those specific aromas, products like this move QUICK! Most phenotypes will most likely finish around week 9, some might even go longer to about week 10, some even to week 11 due to the amount of Sativa that is in her. BE PATIENT! Let her go as long as she can to get the maximum potential from the Tomahawk. Sour Diesel, Chemdog, and Gorilla Glue fans should all rejoice, because when this comes around, we all will have a new favorite to brag about! Tomahawk!