Growing Berry Blossom
Hemp farmers enjoy working with Berry Blossom because it is a highly predictable and consistent CBD strain. As such, you can trust that Berry Blossom hemp plants will not “surprise” you down the road with abnormalities and mutations.
When planting Berry Blossom, you can be assured that seeds will germinate in 48 hours. Also, all High Grade Hemp Seed strains germinate at a rate of 95%, so you don’t have to worry about bad seeds. Our high-performing seeds won’t let you down with a feminization rate of just 1 male per 4,000 females.
Berry Blossom plants grow well in nearly all climates. Once the flowering phase starts, Berry Blossom flowers will be ready to harvest in 8 to 9 weeks. In most regions of North America, you can count on harvesting Berry Blossom in late September or early October. The cultivation experts at High Grade Hemp Seed recommend that you plant 2,000 to 3,500 plants an acre.
Berry Blossom Flowers
Berry Blossom hemp flowers are of boutique-quality and provide a balanced mix of the Cherry Kandahar S1 and Chardonnay hemp strains. This hemp variety produces dense flowers that are rich in resin production.
The terpene profile of Berry Blossom is an exotic blend sourced from Cherry Kandahar S1 and Chadonnay. The flowers are extremely pungent with overtones of candied raspberries, acai berries, and cotton candy.
Due to the popularity of Berry Blossom, investing in these seeds is a great move. When consumed, Berry Blossom flowers offer a relaxed mood and mellow feeling. Many fans enjoy consuming Berry Blossom before going to bed.
The dominant terpenes in Berry Blossom include myrcene, caryophyllene, and humulene. Myrcene is a terpene known for its potential to reduce anxiety, stress, and inflammation. It is a terpene that is also found in mangos and it has an earthy smell and flavor. Humulene is what gives beer its “hoppy” flavor. Unlike most cannabinoids, it has the unique quality of working as an appetite suppressant.