The seed was said to be discovered by accident. With the mother and father strains virtually unavailable, we were told by the folks at 7 Points Oregon that this seed was literally “dropped off at their door.” After this seed was discovered, it was cultivated by one of 7 Points’ very best, Hans (@hans.grows).
That seed, once pampered to good health, transformed into an overwhelmingly monstrous plant. This little engine that could surprised 7 Points with unexpectedly high yields after what was considered a rather lengthy vegetative phase. Post-harvest, Hans believes Voyager 1’s parent may be Super Lemon Haze, Blue Satellite or even Silverback Gorilla.
With hints of mango, pineapple and lemon, these terps come bursting from this young flower. And the good news, it still has plenty of time to go. With reports coming in of extremely dense nugs, gargantuan colas and delectable highs, this strain is a unicorn if I’ve ever seen one.
The true story of an underdog orphan, this seed grew into one of the best buds 7 Points Oregon has ever produced. Inspiring, to say the least.