Blue Widow is an amazing F1 hybrid with an impressive parentage. It is the result of crossing the iconic Blueberry with the oft-praised White Widow. The resulting product is a tantalizing treat for the senses from the elegant look of the plants to its cacophony of flavours and aromas. In fact, the developers at Dinafem were going for aesthetics with this one. They wanted a plant that looked good, smelled good and gave all kinds of hints to the good times that lay ahead. The buds are covered with a thick coat of sticky resin that brings with it an air of excitement and anticipation.
As it matures, Blue Widow takes on a red-tinted purple colour and develops gargantuan colas that are saturated in potent resin. The colours are amplified when it is grown outside in a cooler environment. These plants do stand up well to the elements but should not be forced to endure consistent cold. A climate-controlled indoor environment will yield the prettiest plants, but the look will have little effect on the quality. Growers are encouraged to use their favourite methods when growing Blue Widow. It responds well to all indoor growing schemes and outdoor environments and is particularly responsive to the Screen of Green method.
The Blueberry genetics produce a plant that is taller than the average White Widow. The plants can reach a height of about 9 feet (3 metres) outdoors, slightly shorter indoors. For this reason, ample vertical space will be a must for indoor growers. The plants will need a decent area to stretch as well. Blue Widow is very voluminous and will double in size and breadth as it matures. These feminised seeds are an excellent choice for those who may be new to growing cannabis. They provide a broad margin of error and produce well with few demands.
Please remember that the growing of cannabis plants and the cultivation of seeds is illegal in some countries - please check the laws of your country and don't be growing any plants if it is against your country's laws.