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Royal wedding seeds

Royal Wedding by Emerald Mountain Legacy is a cross between the original Wedding Cake and one of Emerald Mountain’s best sellers Royal Kush.

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Royal wedding seeds

Royal Wedding regular cannabis seeds from Emerald Mountain Legacy is one of several new strains dropped by this exciting California-based seed company, all of which are based on the elite Royal Kush strain bred by the late, great Mack Anderson AKA Mandelbrot / Ras Truth.

Royal Wedding is a balanced hybrid variety derived from a selected cross of Wedding Cake x Royal Kush. Her genetic pedigree is second to none, with OG Kush and Girl Scout Cookies in the immediate lineage from the Wedding Cake side. This is a melting pot of exquisite genetics and this elite strain showcases that fact from bean to bud. Earthy, peppery kush tones are in the order of the day, backed by the signature diesel fuel terps from the Royal Kush, letting you know you’re dealing with an authentic, Northern Cali strain blessed with Mandelbrot’s golden touch.

This exclusive strain is sure to be popular with collectors and those who admire and respect the pioneering work of Mandelbrot – without whom, the cannabis industry is a much poorer place.

Sowing: Sow indoors in Spring or in Autumn
Sow in February to April or in August to September, or sow outdoors after all frosts have passed, usually around early May . Oriental Poppies are best sown indoors but they do not handle transplanting or over-watering well. If you plant indoors, handle them with care when transplanting.

Nomenclature:
Pronounced pah-PAY-ver: or-ee-en-TAL-ee. The genus name Papaver is the classical Latin name for the poppy. It is derived from the Latin pappa, meaning food or milk and alludes to the milky sap produced by some poppies.
The species name orientale means ‘Eastern’ referring to the plants origin.

In early summer nothing compares to the grace of the Oriental poppy and Papaver ‘Royal Wedding’ is perhaps one of the most striking examples. It exhibits immense 15 to 20cm (6 to 8in), pure white ‘satiny’ blooms, each boasting intricately decorated, deep purple-black hearts.
Introduced in 1996, Poppy Royal Wedding is a good border plant, as well as an eye catching cut flower. This vigorous perennial poppy grows to about 75cm (30in) in height. Very long-lived and virtually care-free, these undemanding plants provide a real spectacle year after year.

Sowing Direct:
Seeds are best sown in short drills 12mm (½in) deep once temperatures reach around 20°C (68°F). They prefer a sunny open site but will grow in most sites and soils.
Sow directly outdoors where they are to flower. Prepare the ground well and rake to a fine tilth before sowing. Mark the sowing areas with a ring of light coloured sand and label if sowing more than one annual in the same bed. Sow 1.5mm (1/18th in) deep in rows 15cm (6in) apart.
Seeds germinate in 10 to 30 days. The seedlings will appear in rows approx 6 to 8 weeks after planting and can be told from nearby weed seedlings quite easily. Thin the seedlings out so they are finally 23cm (9in) apart by early summer. Compost should be kept slightly moist, but not wet at all times.

Breeding:
Joseph Pitton de Tournefort and Andreas Gundelsheimer, together with Claude Aubriet as artist made one of the earliest plant-collecting expeditions to the east of Turkey. The team set off from Paris in 1700 and reached Istanbul in early 1701 before sailing along the Black Sea coast to Trebizond (present day Trabzon). From there, they travelled inland, accompanying a caravan of around 600 men and animals for safety, reaching Erzurum on 15 June. During an expedition from there into the mountains, to visit the sources of the Euphrates, they collected seeds of Papaver orientale, which were subsequently grown in Paris, and then sent to England in about 1714. They reached the new world colonies in around 1741.