Auto widow from lowlife seeds is the autoflowering version of everyone’s favourite white strain, White Widow. Lowlife Auto White widow will amaze you with its frosty buds, fast flowering time and delicious aroma.
One of the most popular strains on the market has just been transformed into a new auto version. Our Auto White Widow is a cross between Auto AK47 and a Columbian rare oldskool pheno cut gifted to us from our friends in dam. A nice and easy strain with a one hit wonder couch lock high. Its our newest limited edition release and should easily be a winner with everyone.
5 seeds, 10 Seeds
Greenhouse,Grows indoors,Grows outdoors
White Widow x autoflowering line
Ruderalis, Indica, Sativa
20-40g per plant
9-10 weeks from seed
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Where do we ship?
We ship worldwide except for the USA.
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UK: 1-3 working days
Europe: 3-7 working days with packages occasionally taking up to 2 weeks
Rest of the World: 5-9 working days with packages occasionally taking up to 3 weeks
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