Paying this breed some careful attention as it grows will reward you substantially, indoors or out. Typical hybrid vigour is shown throughout each grow phase. Stout plants to 80cm can be expected indoors and muscular examples with fluted stalks growing to two metres can be easily achieved outdoors.
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.
White Widow is the biggest commercial success in the cannabis world since 1994. This undefeated champion is still being used for many hybrids of today. The genetic history of White Widow is in many ways controversial, but it felt logical for Zambeza’s Dutch breeders to release a version of White Widow that is ready to outperform many others.
The original Skunk genetics are the solid foundation of many successful cannabis strains of today. Skunk is a strain that incorporates a wide range of genetics from different regions like Afghanistan, Mexico, and Colombia. Dutch breeders used Skunk genetics since the 1970’s. Ever since, Skunk managed to convince many growers throughout the world with simplicity, reliability, and high yields. All these basic growing traits are excellent for growers but potency and flavours are very important, too.