Willy’s Wonder, or William’s Wonder to the more formal, is one of those cannabis strains of legendary status that you’ll just have to try to fully appreciate. Indica-dominant with Afghani genetics, Willy’s flowers are colorful with all possible hues of green, yellow, and red. The strain’s aroma is an equally diverse mix of tropical fruit. And citrus that also comes through in its sweet and sour taste. It was originally develope in the 1980s and has only grown in popularity and potency since then. New patients be warn, however, as this strain may be one to work up to.
An old-school strain from the ’70s, Willy’s Wonder (aka William’s Wonder) comes from breeder SickMeds Seeds who claims to have created it from a blend of original Super Sativa Seed Club Afghani seeds. The resulting plant has 20% or higher THC with a sweet citrus taste and aroma, according to the breeder. Others have reported THC levels in the 30% range.
WILLY’S WONDER STRAIN OVERVIEW
Willy’s Wonder, also known as William’s Wonder, is the indica-dominant bud with one hell of a reputation! Originally developed sometime in the 1970s or 1980s, there is a certain air of mystery around this strains genetic background.
Many rumor that Willy’s Wonder started with Sacred Seeds and Sam the Skunkman, however with no specific evidence, most believe this indica is derived from an Afghani landrace. What we do know is that Willy’s Wonder was first brought to the public in the 1987-1988 SSCS breeders catalog. And it caused some real waves in the cannabis community.