Passion Fruit Strain Review

With the large number of hybrid strains on the market, it’s easy to forget how much of an artform crossbreeding is.

It takes a particular skill to bring two great weed strains together and create an offspring that captures the best of both genes.

Clearly, the masterminds at Dutch Passion Seed Bank in Belgium have no shortage of talent – just take a look at their Passion Fruit cannabis strain.

When Dutch Passion received a close friend’s clone of Sweet Pink Grapefruit, they knew they were on the verge of something great.

By crossing the Sweet Pink Grapefruit clone with the Orange Bud strain, they created the Passion Fruit cannabis strain we get to enjoy today.

With a THC content starting at 17% and a CBD level of 10%, Passion Fruit is impressive.

Certain Passion Fruit weed strains have tested between 20%-25% THC, with rumors of some phenotypes even testing at 30% (though this isn’t confirmed).

Passion Fruit strain effects are surprisingly balanced despite her potency – thanks to her almost 50/50 sativa/indica split.

More often than not, Passion Fruit is sativa leaning, although it’s possible to find an indica leaning phenotype on your hands.

This doesn’t affect the flavor or effects but will mean changes need to be made when growing (see the growing section of this Passion Fruit strain review).

Her terpene profile is just as impressive. It includes myrcene, alpha-pinene, terpinolene, beta-pinene, limonene, and caryophyllene.

No wonder she won 1st Prize Outdoor at Copa Del Sol in Peru in 2018.

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Passion Fruit weed strain attributes:
ORIGINSweet Pink Grapefruit, Orange Bud
EFFECTSHappy, uplift, giggly, motivation, creative, focus
FRAGRANCESweet orange, zesty lemon, berry
FLAVORSBlueberry, apple, grape
ADVERSE REACTIONSHeadaches, dizziness, paranoia
THC CONTENT %20%-25%
INDICA / SATIVA %50%-50%
INDOOR YIELD 1.31-1.63 oz/ft2

Passion Fruit Strain Effects

Before you’ve even had your first toke, one whiff of the Passion Fruit weed strain will have your mind on its way to Madagascar.

Like King Julien in the Dreamworks movie “Madagascar,” you’ll also like to move it, move it as the rush of euphoric energy envelops your senses.

You won’t be swinging from the trees, but you’ll be motivated, creative, and focused – the best time to get productive. 

One drag is all you need to get going as Passion Fruit works her way through your mind and body with speed, putting you in an almost immediate state of bliss.

You’ll be happy, uplifted, talkative, and giggly. If you’ve found yourself overwhelmed with feelings of anxiety, stress, or depression, Passion Fruit is your girl.

The high settles into your body with a comfortable buzz, relaxing your muscles without rendering them inoperable. Your body will mostly feel lighter and free of pain. T

ension, muscle and joint pain, and general body aches will be long forgotten, helping you to enjoy activities you’d ordinarily find a chore.

You don’t have to worry about couch-lock here, although you may find yourself a little sleepy once the long-lasting high starts to come to an end.

Passion Fruit strain Fragrance
Passion Fruit Fragrance

Passion Fruit Strain Fragrance

The aroma is the first indication of the delicious burst of flavors you’re about to enjoy. It’s hard to miss the sweet orange, zesty lemon, and berry scents that give Passion Fruit her tropical-like fragrance.

The smell is intoxicating and inviting but not discreet, which is something to keep in mind if you plan on growing your own.

Passion Fruit Strain Flavors

Passion Fruit cannabis tastes like what you’d expect from a strain bred from Sweet Pink Grapefruit and Orange Bud.

Many have likened the flavor to a passion fruit cocktail, which is the best way to describe it. The fruitiness is a balance of sweet and sour citrus with undertones of blueberry, apple, and grape. It’s very tropical and refreshing and quite easily the sweetest, fruitiest strain on the market right now.

Passion Fruit Strain Adverse Reactions

Passion Fruit strain effects are felt immediately, which may be the saving grace for those tempted to overindulge on this delicious tasting strain.

You are more likely to experience headaches, dizziness, and, in more severe cases, paranoia when you’ve consumed copious amounts. 

If you’re already inclined to have these reactions, are new to marijuana, or simply have a lower tolerance to THC, start slowly and increase your amounts only after you’ve become accustomed to the effects.

More experienced users are less likely to experience these reactions but should still practice moderation.

Passion Fruit is still quite a potent strain, and too much can leave you feeling overwhelmed, no matter how much of a cannabisseur you consider yourself.

Hunger is a common side effect of Passion Fruit, so keep food nearby.

Though you may be flowing with energy and concentration, you shouldn’t be smoking and driving. Hit the store beforehand and stock up on your favorite snacks and treats.

You may also experience dry eyes and mouth, so grab a few bottles of water and some eye drops while you’re at it.

Passion Fruit strain Marijuana Plant
Passion Fruit Marijuana Plant

Growing the Passion Fruit Strain

Passion Fruit can be grown indoors, outdoors, and in a greenhouse.

Though she prefers warm, dry climates with minimal humidity and consistent temperatures, she is resilient and can thrive almost anywhere.

Growers in climates where nighttime temperatures drop significantly can still find success, but it requires more effort. 

Luckily, Passion Fruit responds well to most techniques and is forgiving of mistakes.

You can introduce low-stress training, high-stress training, SOG, SCROG, and hydroponics.

You’ll also see impressive results with bending and super cropping, as well as topping and fimming.

Be careful if your phenotype is of the indica leaning variety, as fimming can damage her main cola.

Growing Passion Fruit Strains
Growing Passion Fruit Strains

Passion Fruit strain is considerably resistant to molds and mildews, though insufficient ventilation in a greenhouse/indoor environment can make her more susceptible.

Watch your moisture levels to maintain optimum health.

A Passion Fruit marijuana plant can reach 16 feet tall outdoors, but indoor growers can reduce this to 8-11 feet with the correct training.

She has thick stems and large, bright green fan-shaped leaves with burnt orange pistils.

Her flowers are massive and dense, dripping in a thick layer of trichomes that maintain their stickiness when harvested.

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Passion Fruit is quite generous with her yields, producing 1.31-1.63 OZ/FT2. More experienced growers can have yields above 1.96 OZ/FT2.

Indoor Yield

Indoor flowering is 7-8 weeks but can be just 4 weeks when using the Sea of Green (SOG) technique on a 12/12 light cycle.

Outdoor Yield

Outdoors/greenhouse setup usually has a flowering period of 8-9 weeks. Harvests will be ready mid to late autumn.


  1. Sweet Pink Grapefruit
  2. Orange Bud

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FAQ’s About Passion Fruit Strain

What is the Passion Fruit strain yield?

1.31-1.63 oz/ft2

Why should I pay attention to terpene profiles?

The terpene profile is responsible for a considerable portion of a marijuana strain’s traits, from flavor and scent to benefits and effects. Passion Fruits terpene profile is impressive, packed with Myrcene, Alpha-pinene, beta-pinene, Terpinolene, Limonene, and Caryophyllene.

How do I grow Passion Fruit strain in extreme climates?

Focus on the things you can control, like location, soil nutrition, watering schedule, light cycle, and temperature. This is easier indoors but achievable outdoors (even if it’s just temporarily until conditions stabilize). Buying quality seeds will also go a long way in ensuring durability.

What’s fimming?

Fimming is a high-stress training (HST) technique used to increase yields. Similar to topping, it’s a form of pruning that aims to increase the number of main colas. Fimming exposes more buds to light and airflow by removing around 75% to 80% of the tip of the plant, which encourages overall growth.

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