Rated 3.63 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
(8 customer reviews)

8 weeks flowering, harvest time from aug 15-sep 20, depending on your northern latiudes. Very good against mold. Classic HFH genetics. Originally sold in Pusherstreet in Christiania in the 80ties. Very good yields of middle indica potent buds. Good for hash production. Very good against mold and disease. Meant for cold and wet northern conditions up to 61 n. HFH seed packs always contains 13 seeds, carefully hand checked for best possible sprouting. Please remember that all HFH hybrids are made for the great outdoor and natural lights only.

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8 reviews for HFH LEB27 V2

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    Sowed loads of these and there were minor diffferences, primarily stem colour in the cold beginning of the summer but otherrwise very uniform and they take abuse good, nutes good and still keep on growing, sadly because of a tonne of bad luck I haven´t had the oppurtunity to try the final product, but I am definately growing them next year again. One of the highest on my list of strains to grow up here at N58.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Opa Hermann

    Great genetics! 🙂 Grown at 52N West of Germany.
    Sawed end of may, planted out end of june, harvested in the two last weeks of september. 50/50 males/females. No herms. Compact growth and buds if grown in a sunny place.
    Good yield – 550 g dried and cured from four plants. (+ shizzle)
    Very uniform; pink pistills afer first cool nights in september, looks great; tall calyxes; good leaf/bud ratio; smells a bit like pine/herbal but also quite sweet with a bit of citrus. Middle potent indica, but i really want to stay at my sofa when i smoke this – and that is what i want!
    Definitely again next season.
    Thanks Esbe for the great work!

    • Esbe

      Thanks a lot for your report Opa, we are happy if you are happy!

  3. Rated 1 out of 5


    very low thc

  4. Rated 4 out of 5

    harter olivier (verified owner)

    I think THC content depend on your weather ??? I think the plant need some Sun for flowering….
    I’m right ?

  5. Rated 5 out of 5


    Planted three of them in a field of stinging nettles at the end of may on 54N in northern Germany. They developed very well and two phenos showed up.

    The first pheno grew approx 2 meters high with huge colas, a fat headbud and a good leaf/bud ratio. Had to underpin the trunk because of the heavy weight. Harvested this plant at the first weekend of september with a very good result of approx 350 g dried buds. Very relaxed turn, not too hard but definitely not for activites, perfect for rainy days and chillin on the couch while looking a movie or listening to music. Very compact buds which smell sweet and flowery with a hint of herbs.

    The two plants of the other pheno grew smaller, approx 1,60 – 1,70 meters. They also had much more leaves in the buds and the structure of the buds was not as good as the first pheno. Nevertheless very resinous so I made hash from most of the buds from this plants.

    Great strain for northern growers, especially if you notice that this years summer was the most shittiest summer of the last 10 years. Will definitely give them a second run next year!

    Here is the link to my growreport if you are interested, but its only in german.


  6. Rated 3 out of 5



    Im wondering if someone ever tried this strain in Northern Canada ??

  7. Rated 5 out of 5


    Want to have some Leb27 V2 ans Monk but both are Sold. When can i Hope for new seeds?? Both are great Strains to Cross !!
    Kind regards Kazi

  8. Rated 1 out of 5


    No answer Here or Mail ……since 3 Werks. Really sad

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