Blue Lights is a strain that’s as sweet as it is potent. Bred mostly in Vancouver, British Columbia, this indica-dominant hybrid combines Blueberry and Northern Lights genetics to create a flavor that’s as fruity as its name suggests. Its THC content has been measured at between 14% and 20%.
Growing Blue Lights marijuana seeds
Flowers of Blue Lights are shaped like spades and have the solid density typical of many indicas. The leaves are a mossy green and curl tightly inward toward their central stems. The buds are also shot through with dark purple leaves, thanks to pigments called anthocyanins being activated by cold weather during the growing process; under the right conditions, these pigments can also produce lavender or pink hues in the cured flowers.
Blue Lights marijuana plants
The purple coloring is joined by curly orange pistils, meant to catch pollen from fertilizing male plants. A dusting of translucent white trichomes caps off these colorful flowers, accounting for this strain’s psychoactivity and making the buds very sticky when broken apart by hand.
The aroma of Blue Lights marijuana seeds
When properly cured, Blue Lights has a classic blueberry scent redolent of fruity bubblegum or a fruit-flavored candy. There may be some tangy earthiness to these flowers as well.