Aussie Blues Seeds

What do you get when you cross an Australian Duck with a plant that is itself a cross between a Blueberry and a Haze? You get a marijuana strain that’s called Aussie Blues, or Australian Blue, depending on the seed producer and the type of Haze plant that was used in the mix. This Sativa dominant plant is very outdoorsy, although it can be grown indoors as well, it has a moderate to high THC count, and it produces a solid yield. While it’s not particularly hard to grow, Aussie Blues still might be too much for inexperienced growers to tackle.

Strain Description & Information

Aussie Blues is a predominantly Sativa cannabis strain, with 90% Sativa and 10% Indica genetics. It looks like a Sativa plant should look – it grows up to 8 feet when grown outdoors, and up to 39 inches when grown indoors, it branches out like a Christmas tree when fully developed, and it has narrow leaves. Blueberry heritage can easily be noticed by the blue color of the bud, although the color can be more of a bluish-gray than a really intense blue.

Reviews & User Highlights

Aussie Blues has a citrus taste and smell, and because it’s a Sativa-dominant strain, the high is a typical Sativa high – strong, uplifting, giggly, maybe even psychedelic. It doesn’t cloud the mind though, and it can even make users more alert. It’s not the best cannabis strain to be used for dealing with insomnia, but it is a daytime type of plant which will make its users feel good, and can sometimes be used medically to relieve chronic pain.

Grow Guide and Tips

You can live outside of Australia and still be able to grow Aussie Blues outdoors, but if you want to do that, you should check the median low temperature in your area. If it drops below 17 degrees Celsius in the period between spring and autumn, you shouldn’t try to grow it outside. For indoor growing, Aussie Blues can be grown on soil and hydro equally well, but to get that lemony taste to really develop, it would be best to grow it on soil. Because of its potential to grow very tall, it might surprise inexperienced growers and leave them unable to do anything about it. Aussie Blues is one of the cannabis plants which can be topped with good results, so anyone looking to increase the yield and make the plant a bit shorter should try topping it.

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  • Grow Location: Outdoors / Indoors
  • Flowers in: October – November / 10 – 12 weeks
  • Height: Tall / Medium to Tall
  • Yields: 425 gr per plant / 400 gr per m2 in a Sea of Green

Effects described by users

  • Hungry
  • Uplifted
  • Relaxed