The productivity of King’s Kush is impressive – after a 9 weeks long crusade in the homeland of flowers the royal loot can amount to 800g/m². Grown beyond the moat and drawbridge, in the castle garden, each King’s Kush plant can yield up to 1.1kg and will be ready for harvesting by early October. You don’t need to be a savant in heraldry to know the main element on King’s Kush’s blazon – it is a five-fingered almost black leaf. The leafs of the fully matured plants are indeed very dark, almost black. The huge lime-green buds with the orange stigmas and the layer of shiny white trichomes stand in full contrast to that. King’s Kush really knows how to treat his lackeys; 20% of the treasure are pure THC and the effect of the smoked crown jewels takes your mind from the mental stretching bank down in the dungeon up to the castle battlements, gifting you with a bright prospect and leaving you heavily stoned for a very long time.