Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: The first thing I noticed about this bud on my most recent trip to the club was the smell. In fact, that's why I bought it - well, plus the dense, frosty buds. The flavor in phenomenal and reminds me of a smoothie from Jamba Juice. Oh yeah, and the high is a potent and balanced one that lasts well over an hour.
If you’re new to the art of growing weed and are looking for a Haze hybrid that won’t baffle you with difficulty of cultivation, then you need look no further than Blackberry Haze. This bud, which is highly suitable - no pun intended - for beginners features a deep, lively and intense aroma and flavor with an effect that is just a touch more on the sativa side. During the late stages of flowering, these ladies will put off a distinct and danky blackberry aroma. If you’re concerned about nosy people outside your house smelling your indoor garden, we’d suggest using a carbon filter when growing Blackberry Haze.
Blackberry Haze displays a highly consistent flowering time of 9 to 10 weeks - usually right around the 67 or 68 day mark. For the optimum yield, vegetate these ladies around 3 weeks, but no more than 4 unless you want a massively tall and gargantuan plant. Blackberry Haze delivers a moderate to sometimes high yield and loves to be fed above average amounts of nutrients. They’ll grow considerably well in indoor hydroponics, but have shown to thrive basically in any environment.
This fruity Haze hybrid has a flavor that literally makes your mouth water when you hit it, due to the distinct hashy blackberry flavor that seems to linger as a pleasant aftertaste. It’s neither a creeper high, nor an instant one, but will please those who smoke it, by providing relief for an hour to an hour-and-a-half. If you’re still reading this, you may be missing out on some serious trees that go by the name of Blackberry Haze. Go grab some now, before it’s all gone.