Colombian Gold is a Sativa landrace cultivar, created in the Santa Marta Mountains of Colombia. Through generations of inbreeding by local growers, Colombian Gold became one of the most stable cannabis strains on the market. While less popular than its cousin, Acapulco Gold, Colombian Gold still holds a place in cannabis history. Sam the Skunkman used it as half of his Skunk #1 creation in the 1960s, and it has been used for numerous hybrids over the last few decades. As a true landrace Sativa, Colombian Gold produces tall, branchy plants that bloom within 75-90 days when grown indoors. However, a moderately experienced grower can tease out a November yield of up to 600 grams per square meter in an outdoor garden in the Northern Hemisphere, and harvest in May in the Southern Hemisphere. The resulting green-and-orange buds reek of skunky earth and fresh pine that permeates every corner of a room.