Swiss Bliss has a fairly infamous history. Plants from this strain are descended from a Swiss Sativa plant which given asylum in Holland and eventually was seized by the gendarme. The plant was hybridized with strains to make the hybrid that’s referred to as Swiss Bliss. These plants are growers but do best indoors and flower at 9 weeks. Space might be a concern as they’re famous for their branching, but when given the distance, they can produce high yields. flowers usually show plenty of frosty crystals along with the odor of sour fruit.