Getting Blueberry Headband seeds is potentially a challenge, although you should be able to find feminized ones online. If not, locating clones is fairly simple. Before spending your hard-earned cash, make sure you’re buying the real thing! There are hybrids on the market that combine Blueberry and Headband called Blueberry Headband! If you elect to grow outdoors, Blueberry Headband requires a Mediterranean climate, which includes semi-humid conditions. It is an aromatic crop, so it isn’t a good option for guerrilla growing!
Outdoor-grown Blueberry Headband produces monster yields. You could earn up to 40 ounces per plant, and it is ready for harvest by the beginning of October. If you cultivate this strain indoors, make sure you trim it to keep the height at a reasonable level. For best results, start pruning during the early vegetative stage. It takes approximately 8-9 weeks to flower indoors, though you will see sticky resin appear by week six or seven. Indoor grown Blueberry Headband provides a yield of approximately 15 ounces per square meter. You can perhaps increase the bud production by investing in more powerful lighting.