“Lighting up the garden in a final blaze of glory, complete with deep violet hues of bluish purple… as she creeps towards the end of her flowering cycle.”
The Whitaker Blues Cannabis Beans are known throughout the cannabis breeders world as “a true Oregon heritage, a cross developed by DJ short’s son, JD. The mother of the strain has historically been referred to as “Quimby,” an old-school, West Coast staple; reminiscent of a classic early Indica lineage.”
The Quimby seed line is no lightweight – known for her heavy narcotic / knockout effects. Ready to take on even the most seasoned smoker. Meanwhile, Whitaker Blues gets her colorful genetics from her father’s Blueberry lineage – another West Coast originated strain; combining old-school 70’s strains like Afghani, Oaxaca, and Thai genetics.
This West Coast marriage withchildren, allows Whitaker Blues dominant Indica characteristics to govern her productive growth characteristics. While the genes of this beautiful strain regulate her to a rather short stature, with short branching. Her calyx are happy to support large, dense and highly resinous flowers. Her astounding growth is beyond vigorous, leading to above satisfactory yields. Whitaker propagates flawlessly in just about any medium a grower can think of; organic soil, deep water culture (DWC), or hydroponics. As is typical with Indica dominant strains, Whitaker will finish flowering after approximately 50 – 60 days. Lighting up the garden in a final blaze of glory, complete with deep violet hues of bluish purple…as she creeps towards the end of her flowering cycle. At full maturation, Whitaker Blues tends to exist on the shorter end of the cannabis plants potential size spectrum. Depending on whether she’s cultivated indoors or out, her size can range from 3 to 6 feet. Producing the typical Indica variety fan leaf – thick, large – with sticky resin encrusted nugs.
Boasting a full bouquet of enchanting terpenes, her aroma has a wide and varied scale of dominant aromas. From sweet-and-sour, to pungent and sweet. Depending on how she was cured, stored, and ultimately smoked she can wear many flavorful hats. Inheriting traits from both her Blueberry father and Quimby mother, Whitaker’s velvety grape flavored sweetness is both smooth and satisfying – complemented by the subtle with of vanilla, at the exhale.
Staying true to its genetic heritage…the Whitaker Blue’s High is both intense, and motivating; if not mixed with a little silliness. Great for stimulating conversations over interesting dishes, known for lowering societal induced inhibition – while increasing desire to experience new flavors, explore untapped sensuality and cultivate unimaginable inspiration.