Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: When you think of a classic upbeat sativa, Heavenly Blue is that strain. It provides a soaring magic carpet ride of a cerebral journey that sends you spiraling among the universe. Okay, well maybe not quite, but it sure is potent and upbeat.Heavenly Blue is created from two of the best strains around. The Tahoe Blue Classic mother was chosen to be pollinated with a hearty Heavenly male. These buds have amazing bag appeal with long pink pistils, a green/blue color and tons of sticky trichomes that may make rolling a joint quite difficult, due to the stickiness of this stuff. The aroma is of apples and Haze, while the flavor is more reminiscent of blueberry pancakes. If that doesn't make you want to try Heavenly Blue, the upbeat, long-lasting and highly potent (no pun intended) effect certainly will. Eighths of Heavenly Blue are selling between $45 and $60 in dispensaries across the West Coast. The breeder recommends to vegetate Heavenly Blue only until there are two or 3 sets of internodes present, especially if height when cultivating indoors is desired. While these ladies won't grow to monstrous proportions, they can reach up to 6 feet tall, usually staying around the 5 foot mark, indoors. Outdoors, they can reach 7 feet and produce up to a quarter pound. Indoor cultivation of Heavenly Blue will result in a yield between 2 and 3 ounces. Around 6 weeks the leaves begin to turn crimson/lavender and the buds get a light blue hue. Needless to say Heavenly Blue is, well, Heavenly to watch grow. You're not going to even want to harvest these, for fear of ruining such a beautiful plant - okay, well maybe you are. These ladies will prefer a moderate amount of nutrients. They are somewhat sensitive to powder mildew so ensure that the grow area has adequate ventilation. For the best flavor that truly tastes like blueberry pancakes make sure to give Heavenly Blue a 3-week flush, while adding molasses once or twice during the flush. So what are you still reading this for? Go order some seeds from the breeder or get some clones from a dispensary and support your local cannabis club.