Baharak, Hindu Kush (Afghanistan)

Baharak is a district in Badakashan province, among the Hindu Kush mountain ranges. This district is famous since the early 1970s for its and opium. Badakashan is the northeastern most province of Afghanistan, surrounded by Gilgit-Baltistan, North Pakistan, Tajikistan and China and, It was a famous stopover for enthusiasts on the silk road.

Native temperature: 13°c to 30°c (summer) 5°c to 24°c (winters)

Flowering Time: 8 to 10 weeks

Plant: Plants from this area go upto 6-9 feet and pack some
really complex fragrances when planted outdoors. Some are salty and brisk with herbal top notes and, resemble pistachios and cumin mixed together, the rest give out variable mixes of coffee, rubber, meat and sulfur. With big and narrow leaves, these plants fade into yellow, golden and
red with dark purple and black flowers.

Final product by local farmer: Women from Baharak are experts in extracting very clean/pure . from this area causes a heavy , body relaxing effect and is very famous among afghani people for its super healing powers.

12 Seeds in each pack.

Varietal type: Landrace
Gender: Reg.
Flowering: 60 - 70 days
Yield: High
Height: Medium
Indoor / Outdoor:
Quantity available: 25