She grows fast and tall, up to 10 ft outdoors in a single grow season. With sparsely placed large fan leaves this strain has an amazing bud to leaf ratio. Trimming goes very fast. I would definitely recommend this strain to anyone with arthritis who doesn’t want to spend hours trimming tiny sucker leaves come harvest time. Speaking of harvest time, C99 flowers in as little as 7 weeks, making her one of the fastest finishing Sativas on the market.
Now for the buds. C99’s is a very intense smoke. It can almost make you too high if you aren’t a seasoned smoker. I felt a lot of pressure in my head when smoking this strain all day. She’s more of a one hitter quitter. It can be a racy high, and leans towards the visual trippy side. Her buds are dense, frosty, and light green with orange hairs. She definitely has bag appeal. The taste is mildly skunky and a little sweet. Very smooth hitting, so you aren’t likely to cough too much with C99. Not too much munchies either, so it may not be the best strain for a nausea patient. I would, however, recommend this strain for mood disorders, depression and anxiety. It’s a very uplifting high. All that said, C99 will definitely be in my garden next year.
Edited by mjmama25, 15 July 2011 - 11:44 PM.