Blue Velvet is the beautiful sister of Dutch Passion’s famous, original Blueberry. The plant has indica and sativa influences, whereby the indica genetics are a bit more dominant. Dutch Passion worked together with the original Blueberry breeder, back in the 1990’s. Blue Velvet has been bred by using this “original” seed-stock. Due to its short height perfectly suitable to SOG!
|Genetics||50% indica - 50% sativa|
|Parents||Purple Thai x Afghani Indica|
|Flowering period||8 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Dutch Passion|
Acquaint yourself with Blueberry’s sister. This classic cultivar derives from classic and legendary Blueberry genetics from the 90’s. Dutch Passion worked together with the original Blueberry breeder to develop this magnificence. The indica vibes are real, and the plant looks absolutely delightful. Blue Velvet is a special one, one does not simply ignore this beauty.
This 50% indica and 50% sativa strain induces a well-rounded high that leans slighty more to the indica side. One can sense deep, physically stoned sensations surrounding an energetic mindset. Blue Velvet is perfect for everyday ganja mystics. The heritage comes from old-school, powerful Afghani indica to Purple Thai, which in turn derives from Oaxaca Gold and Chocolate Thai varieties. The mix is pure magi and widely versatile. The THC levels of 18-19% generate potent highs, so do clear the schedule before hitting that Blue Velvet.
SOG methods are recommended due to Blue Velvet’s short heights of 50-60cm. Although outdoors, this strain can become 200-300cm tall, so take that into consideration. The yields are quite spectacular, dense and resin-covered nugs are to be expected. After only 8 weeks of flowering, Blue Velvet is ready for cropping. Outdoor ganja growers should harvest this cultivar during the month of October. Don’t get us started on the aroma profile... The berry and earthy aromas, together with outlandish flavors, combine nicely with tantric energy, delighting one’s senses with magical vibes.
Thai strains made their first appearance in the Western world in the 1960s and became an instant success. The 1960s, 1970s and 1980s are dead and gone, but Thai strains are still present to this day; due to the notoriously long flowering period of pure Sativas mostly in hybrids.