Blueberry Cheese(cake)

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

Blueberry Cheese, or Blueberry Cheesecake, got its start when Netherlands-based Zambeza Seeds crossed a Blueberry cultivar with pollen from White Cheese. Some online sources suspect that Blueberry Cheesecake is a phenotype of Blueberry Cheese, while others argue it is the same cultivar. Blueberry’s Thai genetics combine with White Cheese’s Super Skunk and Afghani heritage to create the distinct Blueberry flavor and aroma along with the skunky essence of White Cheese. Growers of all experience levels can get Blueberry Cheese to flourish either indoors or outdoors, though the plant does best in a semi-humid climate. Some growers recommend topping Blueberry Cheese to control its height, as the cultivar’s Sativa characteristics reveal themselves in its towering stature. Blueberry Cheese typically flowers in 9 weeks, producing compact, bright green flowers.

Blueberry Cheese, or Blueberry Cheesecake, got its start when Netherlands-based Zambeza Seeds crossed a Blueberry cultivar with pollen from White Cheese. Some online sources suspect that Blueberry Cheesecake is a phenotype of Blueberry Cheese, while others argue it is the same cultivar. Blueberry’s Thai genetics combine with White Cheese’s Super Skunk and Afghani heritage to create the distinct Blueberry flavor and aroma along with the skunky essence of White Cheese. Growers of all experience levels can get Blueberry Cheese to flourish either indoors or outdoors, though the plant does best in a semi-humid climate. Some growers recommend topping Blueberry Cheese to control its height, as the cultivar’s Sativa characteristics reveal themselves in its towering stature. Blueberry Cheese typically flowers in 9 weeks, producing compact, bright green flowers.

References

Zambeza Seeds