AUTOFLOWERING CANNABIS SEEDS
Autoflowering cannabis plants will start to flower on their own 2-4 weeks after germination. Classic indica-dominant or sativa-dominant strains are photoperiodic plants. As a result, they are typically exposed to light for 12 hours to initiate flowering when grown indoors. However, unlike autoflowering strains, they may not have enough time to fully develop before the days get shorter and shorter. They are crosses of indica or sativa varieties and ruderalis plants. This makes them the perfect choice for areas where summers are very short and only have a few hours of daylight. Ruderalis will automatically complete its flowering phase in less than 6 weeks.
Royal Bluematic Automatic
This is our feminized autoflowering version of the famous Blueberry, known worldwide for its sweet berry taste and aroma. We already had a great version of this plant with our Blue Mystic, but now we have an autoflowering variety to give you even more choice and faster yields.
BLUEBERRY GRASS ROYAL
We have crossed ruderalis strains with the best genetics from the Blue family, derived from the classic cross of Thai landraces, Thai hybrids, and an old school Afghan bred by legendary breeders in California and Oregon. The result was our new and improved Royal Bluematic . Thanks to the autoflowering genetics, this plant is now easier to grow and can be harvested in just 8 to 9 weeks after planting the seeds.
FANTASTIC RATIO OF SIZE TO YIELD
Royal Bluematic grows to medium to high height for autoflowering strains, averaging around 60-100cm . Like most autoflowering strains, it grows with few side branches and devotes all of its energy to producing one large main flower head. It produces an average of around 120g per plant.
Because of its dominant Indica genetics, the Royal Bluematic has a soft, relaxing stone effect. The aromas are very similar to those of our Blue Mystic: Sweet scent and blueberry-like taste. It's an easy-to-grow plant with a seductive terpene profile and good effects - a perfect combination. This new twist on a popular classic is more than just another blue copy.