This Haze plant is a U.S. Native, entrance from East Coast genetics that were passed along to the medical marijuana breeders at Apothecary. It is a pure sativa, and as such is best grown as an inside or hothouse plant, outside of the equatorial zones.
Very berry hazes exhibit all of the stereotypical qualities of the haze-dominant sativa. They grow speedily into jumbo plants, shooting out a bountiful number of long flexible branches with many bud sites. They should be started in flowering quickly in order to keep heights reasonable. Indoor plants that are forced at 6 inch heights can finish about 10 weeks later at 4 feet. They can finish outdoors by first of November in appropriate regions of California, growing to 12 feet when started at 8 inches. Very Berry’s plants is a lush green with thin leaflets, and may be prone to developing mold if attempted in colder climates, or if the indoor room is kept at brisk temperatures. These plants are most suitable for soil-based gardens.
Very Berry buds begin as tiny popcorn-ball formations that draw out to create large buds by harvest. In a sunny outdoor environment, Very Berry haze can yield prodigiously, reaching harvests up to 19 pounds. Indoor yields per plant depend on gardening style, and can range between 1-8 ounces per plant.
The Very Berry Haze acquired her name for her delicious flavor, which Apothecary compares to the more obscure boysenberry. This berry, named after its breeder Rudolph Boysen, combines the raspberry, blackberry and loganberry, for a fruit that is more pungent and earthy than its relatives The high is the soaring, awake and mentally refreshing influence of the haze sativa. It’s a bliss-out for beach or mountain solitudes, or something to be shared with a sweetheart when you want to just kick back together and reflect with gratitude on the mysteries of being alive.
Origins – East Coast Strains
Flowering – 70 -80 days
Harvest – Mid October