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Tirich Mir is an indica/sativa variety from Equilibrium Genetics and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±65 days ), outdoors and in the greenhouse. Equilibrium Genetics’ Tirich Mir is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.
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Climbing and prostrate annual or perennial herbs, branching at the base. Stems (20-) 40-100 cm long, glabrous to pubescent. Leaves glabrous to pubescent, 22-45 (-50) x 3-30 mm, ovate to broadly oblong or linear to linear-oblong, sagittate to hastate, acute to obtuse, petiole (3-) 9-20 mm long. Flowers campanulate, bracteate, 1 (-2), axillary, pale pink to lilac with dark purple bands, pedicellate, pedicel 8-14 mm long, pubescent to glabrous, bracteoles linear, 3 mm long. Sepals scarious, 4-5 mm long, broadly oblong, obtuse, retuse or apiculate, sparsely pubescent to glabrous. Corolla (15-) 18 (-22) mm long. Filaments unequal, 5-7 mm long, anthers 2 mm long. Ovary glabrous, on a disc. Stigma 4 mm long, filiform. Capsule globose, c. 5 mm in diameter. Seeds 4, 4 mm long, dark brown, tuberculate.
English Name: Bindweed.
Very common, found throughout Pakistan, as a weed in fields by roadside, in gardens, from 600- 2500 m. A species extremely variable in shape, size and pubescence of leaf.