It really is a good thing Zambeza decided to offer these seeds at a competitive price by not compromising on quality the tiniest bit. This philosophy helps growers to make cost-efficient choices when ordering high quality seeds. OG Bubble gum is an excellent example of how an outstanding price-performance ratio can be achieved.
Growers who would normally choose either Critical or OG Kush now have the opportunity to grow these two strains at the same time, by simply growing Power Kush. Zambeza have taken things to another level by enriching the heavy-yielding characteristics of Critical, with flavours and potency of OG Kush.
According to the legend, Northern Lights was originally created by using genetics from 11 different seeds, somewhere along the West Coast of the United States. The genetic background might be mystifying, but Zambeza Seeds strongly believes in Northern Lights, and crossed it with a top-performing Afghani.
Everyone who hasn’t lived extremely secluded for the last few decades is well informed about the impeccable reputation that goes along with the most famous and legendary strain White Widow. It sounds insane but a group of Spanish breeders that work in close collaboration with Zambeza Seeds, thought it would be great if White Widow had even more potency, and also a high that leans more towards being cerebral.
Zambeza Seeds crossed three top-performing Indicas to create Vanilla Ice: Northern Light, Skunk, and Afghani. These reliable genetics literally produced tons of high-quality weed over the years, and are therefore the ideal basis for this Indica-dominant crossing. Expect reliable growth, sugar-coated buds, and flavours of fresh vanilla.
It’s really hard to think of negative aspects that are related to growing this hybrid. Maybe there is one: If somebody finds out that you have a decent amount of Blue Brilliant in your home, you run into the risk of having a lot of people who want nothing but your bud. The final product will be more than satisfying, and the way to get there, is not complicated.
The long history of Blueberry goes back to the 1970’s when American breeder DJ Short was working with different exotic landrace strains in California and Oregon. This legendary breeder worked together with a number of different seed banks, so genetics were passed around and everybody had a shot to make something out of it.