About Mimosa Sunrise
History & Genetics
The breeder Symbiotic Genetics turned Purple Punch and Clementine into the sativa-dominant (70/30) Mimosa strain in 2017. Since then, it has steadily been growing in popularity, not only with people who are a fan of its namesake drink but for anyone who can stomach a fruity cocktail that includes up to 27% THC.
Appearance, Aroma & Flavor
The plant’s buds grow small, dense, round, and olive-green. Dark amber hairs grow plentifully over the buds and the white trichomes shimmer. Mimosa is great for attracting some energy on those groggy mornings when you can’t get started (and real mimosas are unavailable).
The medicinal purposes of enjoying the Mimosa Sunrise strain exceed those of real mimosas, we’re happy to report. The strain is known to be an expert at leveling out your mood and relieving stress. Many who suffer from ADD and ADHD love smoking Mimosa Sunrise to calm them down and help them focus on daily tasks. A puff of Mimosa is also reported to help with depression, migraines, and a loss of appetite.
This strain flowers in about 9 weeks. If you plan on growing it outside, it’s going to be ready for harvest in mid-October, sometimes even later.
Mimosa is not terribly difficult to grow if you want to harvest a mid-level THC content. But to get that coveted 27%, we recommend a high-nutrient plant food to encourage your strain to give you the goods. Mimosa is greedier than the average plant, nutritionally speaking, and has been known to need encouragement to reach its full potential.