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Old 11-27-2017, 10:03 PM #1
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ZAMALDELICA ELITE X PURPLE NEPAL JAM FEM



Thank You , Thank You , & Thank You once again for these Incredible seeds and the opportunity to grow them. I am over joyed to say the least and humbled by the great genetics here.
Zamaldelica has been my favorite smoke of 2017 and in the past 10 years the first herb to really make me sit up and pay attention to it. It is simply devine to grow and smoke. Powers that hold a seasoned heavy chalice smoker for 6 hours are the kinds of plants I love to grow and smoke.
The first order I made with Ace I got Zamaldelica and found a keeper I am now on my third run with her and have gifted a couple clones to close friends gardens too.
I even call her Empress Zamaldelica out of respect.
So to then take this Elite cut which I think is the same as my mother and then cross with a prolifific plant like Purple Nepal Jam it is a match made in my Garden of Eden Ideas.
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I'm really interested in this one too
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Hi ULMW,

The Zamaldelica fem you enjoyed so much has the same Zamaldelica elite mother than in this cross.

This Zamaldelica x Nepal Jam cross should work in a similar way to Zamaldelica x Kali China, with similar sizes, structures and flowering times.

Should be interesting to compare Zamaldelica x Nepal Jam and pure Purple Zamal x Nepal Jam growing side by side.

Best wishes with all this new batch of genetics friend!
Upcoming trimestre is going to be super interesting in your garden!
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Hi ULMW,

The Zamaldelica fem you enjoyed so much has the same Zamaldelica elite mother than in this cross.

This Zamaldelica x Nepal Jam cross should work in a similar way to Zamaldelica x Kali China, with similar sizes, structures and flowering times.

Should be interesting to compare Zamaldelica x Nepal Jam and pure Purple Zamal x Nepal Jam growing side by side.

Best wishes with all this new batch of genetics friend!
Upcoming trimestre is going to be super interesting in your garden!
Hola Dubi,
I bet it will surely be a super interesting trimester also for us that will watch him growing these new intriguing genetics. I'm enjoyng growing your Zamaldelica a lot.
Have you ever thought about doing a cross between Purple Zamal X Zamaldelica Elite? If I remember correctly the Purple Zamal is coming from a different line than the Zamal present in Zamaldelica. Just wondering if that would result in some kind of double Zamal hybrid. Some kind of GT but with double Zamal instead of the thais ... ok now I'm Zamaldelica baked I though also a nice name for it Purple Baboons ... Anyway thank you for all the hard work that you and your crew are doing with these exotic genetics, to have them available to us green-thumbed-weed-lovers guys is an invaluable source of joy
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Old 01-09-2018, 10:08 AM #5
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Hi ULMW,

The Zamaldelica fem you enjoyed so much has the same Zamaldelica elite mother than in this cross.

This Zamaldelica x Nepal Jam cross should work in a similar way to Zamaldelica x Kali China, with similar sizes, structures and flowering times.

Should be interesting to compare Zamaldelica x Nepal Jam and pure Purple Zamal x Nepal Jam growing side by side.

Best wishes with all this new batch of genetics friend!
Upcoming trimestre is going to be super interesting in your garden!
Greetings and glad tidings Dubi. Pray you and family are well and gardens are full of blessings.
Thank you for your kind words and encouragement.
Yes The 1st Zamaldelica was indeed Elite and is still with me. She is on her 4th run currently and I have a nice mother still in veg too. Will take clones and run them together with these Zamal x Purple NepalJams and The Purple Zamal x Purple NepalJam.
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Would love to see Zamal Hash resurface or Zamal x Bubbahash?
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Old 01-09-2018, 10:17 AM #6
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3 Zamals The Strong Way!!!

Pics of All Three Zamal Varitals I am growing, Thank You Ace Seeds. 9

1 Untopped Zamaldelica aka "Empress Zamaldelica"
2 Topped once Zamal Elite x Purple NepalJam
3 Topped once Purple Zamal x Purple NepalJam

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Hola Dubi,
I bet it will surely be a super interesting trimester also for us that will watch him growing these new intriguing genetics. I'm enjoyng growing your Zamaldelica a lot.
Have you ever thought about doing a cross between Purple Zamal X Zamaldelica Elite? If I remember correctly the Purple Zamal is coming from a different line than the Zamal present in Zamaldelica. Just wondering if that would result in some kind of double Zamal hybrid. Some kind of GT but with double Zamal instead of the thais ... ok now I'm Zamaldelica baked I though also a nice name for it Purple Baboons ... Anyway thank you for all the hard work that you and your crew are doing with these exotic genetics, to have them available to us green-thumbed-weed-lovers guys is an invaluable source of joy
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Hi Twoey,

I'm glad you are enjoying with your Zamaldelicas

Yes, I have in mind to cross at some point the Purple Zamal mother with Gerrit's Zamal A mother or with the Zamaldelica elite mother.
I also would like to explore crosses between Zamal Reunion sativas and the pure Mauritius sativa we have been exploring since 2015.

But the breeding and reproduction schedule is already quite tight for this year ... so it's not something that is going to happen in short term but definately it will eventually happen.

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Great idea ULMW

To flower the 3 Zamal hybrids together is going to be super interesting and funny!
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Found space in flower tent today so added her. Next week two spaces should free up for her sister to join and cousin too.
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Great idea ULMW

To flower the 3 Zamal hybrids together is going to be super interesting and funny!
Greetings Dubi et al.

Have had to only run two oytxof the three as My Mother Zamaldelica fem has just had clones taken and is recovering.
So I will just have time now for the 2 strains.
Purple Zamal x Purple NepalJam

Elite Zamaldelica x Purple
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