What is huckleberry? A notoriously difficult-to-cultivate shrub whose sweet berries have been named the state fruit of Idaho. Our Huckleberry marijuana, however, is a plant of a different nature: a 50/50 hybrid with a THC content that can range anywhere from 8% to 26% that gardeners with intermediate experience and beyond should have no trouble cultivating.
For the time being, little is known of the origins of Huckleberry marijuana seeds, but few would argue that its genetics are nothing short of stellar. The strain is notorious for both a powerful mental and physical high that can easily overwhelm cannabis noobs. From the onset, consumers will feel uplifted and giggly, a sensation that soon develops into euphoria before the indica creeps in and relaxes tense muscles and joints. Most often, those in the medical cannabis community have turned to Huckleberry marijuana for its ability to reduce stress, depression, and inflammation.
Those reluctant to sample cannabis because of its distinct and pungent aroma will find Huckleberry a welcome relief – the scent is strongly redolent of berries, tempered by an earthiness that many find enjoyable. The smoke is equally complex, sweet and spicy with strong hints of blueberry on the way in and out.
Relatively sturdy and resistant to common molds, mildews, and pests, Huckleberry marijuana seeds are better suited to growers with at least intermediate experience cultivating cannabis. Tricks and techniques specific to the species may help coax the maximum THC levels out of your buds. Provided with a Mediterannean-esque climate, Huckleberry marijuana buds should be ready with a moderate yield after 8-9 weeks flowering.