The origins and genetics of Huckleberry are under debate, but there is no disputing the strain’s unmistakable berry aroma. The flower is compact, light green in color, and generally covered in orange hairs. Huckleberry plants have a flowering time of 8-9 weeks and produce average yields. They might be a bit tricky for the novice grower. The effects of this strain are on the milder side and largely reported as relaxing, cutting through stress without the cloudiness. Undoubtedly, this strain is best known for its intense fruity smell and taste, similar to its relative Blueberry.
“I saw Huckleberry in the clinic a couple days ago and after smelling and looking at it decided it would be the next strain that i would try. The smell was very unique berry scent that explodes out into your nose when you put your nose to the jar, the smell for some reason went very well with the name 'huckleberry'. Then I got home and rolled a joint and packed a few bowls. I expected, especially since the nugs were v...”
“Very delicate flavor, smooth texture. If someone were to walk in the room after a blaze session, the visitor might not notice any odor, and might not notice anyone was smoking at all. Calm, clear, assertive, not sleepy.”