Willamette Valley Pineapple
Sativa dominant in effect with a more indica growth habit. The Willamette Valley Pineapple is an easy grower that’s resistant to most things that plague many other cannabis cultivars.
The WVP is always on the ‘top 5 requests’ list that I ask from my patients each year … because its a GREAT daytime medicine that helps with pain, energy, and mood. Its a mainstay in most ‘grower’ gardens because it holds its own against the most elite of strains, and it can be counted on to bring in a bountiful harvest of beautiful bud before the end of September and the onset of non-stop rain here in northern Oregon.
Despite it producing sizeable buds of medium/high density, it is surprisingly resistant to powdery mildew and mold.
Willamette Valley Pineapple grows into a well-structured/well-branched plant with bright green leaves. Outdoors the branches will grow strong and they can hold the weight of its ‘bigger than golf ball’ sized flowers.
Think of Willamette Valley Pineapple as the OGS version of the well-known Pineapple Express (G13 Labs) — but Willamette Valley Pineapple has the ability to grow larger, and produce individuals of noticeably higher potency while retaining the short flowering period and ease of growth that Pineapple Express is noted for.
Available in packs of 10 regular seeds
Wow, this is an amazing plant to grow. I put one female seedling that I sprouted inside in April directly into the dirt outside the last week in May and by September 21st I had a plant that was over seven feet tall with many, many branches covered in flowers.
I have now gone through the drying process and just started curing, and my total yield is 1.5 lbs from that one plant. This is also my first time growing, so I am not an expert in any way. The plant’s genetics are great!
My friend came over and said that it looks like rock candy because it is so shiny from all of the trichomes. It is a very energetic and happy high that is great for socializing and getting things done.
I will be giving lots buds away to my friends, and I will most certainly be growing Willamette Valley Pineapple again next year!
Thank you for such great seeds!
kasey_bingham (verified owner) –
I ordered the seeds and germed 4 of them with a cup of water for about 12-24 hours. next I planted in a soil medium under a 24 inch tube flouro and got sprouts the next 3 days on all 4 :) Thank you so much Oregon Green Seed for these fantastic seeds! much respect. Btw from what I understand this is a very hardy strain and pretty resistant to molds. Make sure to use 10 – 15 gal pots and if started early indoors for a early veg. Also, if started indoors for a early veg make sure you are properly hardening your plants for the great outdoors. Start with a 24/0 cycle and start slowly working them down to 15/9 till about the end May or beginning June. Sometimes you can get away with throwing your plants under some shade for couple days and gradually introducing full sunlight. LoL damn im high! anyways thanks so much and I hope everyone has a happy season with lots of veggies and cannabis <3
Joshua Clarno (verified owner) –
Willamette Valley Pineapple is nothing short of amazing and takes the prize for the most popular plant of the 2017 outdoor grow season. I germinated the entire pack of 10 seeds in rock wool cubes under a small T5 bank with a 100% germination rate. The WVP ended up the first to germinate and the first seedlings to develop true leaves and be transplanted. Very uniform seedlings all besides one plant shared the same large well branched and robust growth. Fed only basic worm casting tea the WVP quickly passed up 20 other varieties with ease. Within three weeks of being placed outdoors in small 2 gallon pots the WVP plants were literally 6-7′ tall and some nearly as wide. Strong root systems literally punched through the bottoms of the pots and grew into the sandy gravel they were placed on. No nutrient issues or finicky growth what so ever. All WVP plants quickly developed very RICH terepine profiles ranging from fresh cut pineapple with a lemon/orange candy twist to spunky pineapple and almost a mango edge. The one short plant that came out of the pack had a distinct and very appealing coffee and skunk aroma that could be smelled from 15 feet away after watering. By the fourth week unfortunately WVP plants started to vanish from the grow site making the WVP the most stolen plant of 2017. In fact every WVP plant was taken except one male and the short coffee and skunk flavored female. I planted the one female I had left in an attempt to satisfy my patients request to have a pineapple stash for the winter. Being that it was several feet smaller than it’s siblings I really did not expect much out of this little plant. However within weeks of being planted in a 100 gallon raised bed the small WVP plant had caught up to most of the other plants in my garden. Being fed only organic compost tea and top dressing the soil with basic amendments the WVP ended up yielding as much as plants that were several feet taller and wider. At even the slightest temperature drop the entire plant flowers included developed a deep dark purple almost black color highlighted by stunning magenta stems and shimmering flowers that looked silver in the sun. Even the horse shower stated it was the most beautiful pot plant he had ever seen. Large braided sparkling and sticky flowers sagged the plant by about the 5 week of blooming requiring some staking and netting to prevent branches falling over. While some branches did fall over and bend no stem or stalks broke under the weight due to the resilient and flexible nature of the plant. Willamette Valley Pineapple survived hard winds, heavy morning fog and rains resisting mold and powdery mildew like a champ never showing any signs of weakness. About Sept. 28th I hung the WVP in the barn because we ran out of room in our garage. This one plant reeked so bad that it was literally mistaken for fresh brewing coffee from nearly 20 yards away outside the barn. Strong and very pleasing pineapple and fruit punch aromas with a smooth mouth watering fruit roll up flavor dominate the pallet when smoked. The flowers when burned produce very thick and expansive smooth smoke that is easy to hold in tight and let out slow. The aromas left in the air are slightly skunky with rich notes of fresh flowers and ripe fruit causing those who are just approaching the smoke circle want a puff. Everyone from novice smokers to seasoned stoners appreciate the WVP. After even one day in a jar strong aromas of skunk and coffee develop and compliment the very rich and fruity smell. WVP can be smelled through a sealed zipper bag from across a room rivaling even the most pungent outdoor grown kushes that I have encountered.
The buzz is just like the smoke very smooth, satisfying and enjoyable. The effects are good at managing stress, anxiety and boredom without slowing one down. Not couch lock, yet very euphoric and pleasing is the effect. While the WVP has a lot of sativa influence there is no paranoia, jitters or nervousness. Just very smooth vibes and a no crash ending that makes the Willamette Valley Pineapple easy to consume during the day while busy, or while socializing with friends and family. Call me crazy after indulging this smoke I want to cook food for large groups of people. The WVP has everything a grower or a patient could want. Easy to grow, resistance, nice yields, strong and enticing aromas, smooth thick white smoke, excellent “bag appeal”. The funny part is that I grew out the plant that I probably would not have chosen due to its shorter stature and slightly slower initial growth and it exceeded my expectations and in my opinion paid for the pack of seeds all by its self and then some.
I can only imagine how good Pineapple OG is given both parents super pungent aromas and top shelf qualities.