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These photos faithfully reflect why Blue Dream is one of HSO’s bestsellers. Let us recall that its parents are the amazing Blueberry and a selected Haze. The fruit of this fusion is a splendid cannabis plant that oozes quality and produces huge buds, swathed in a subtle and delicious aroma. This is surely why we all want to get our hands on that powerful resin, just like @iron_headsgarden in this image. Isn’t it amazing how he managed to get the best out of this Sativa strain and transport us to his sticky green world?

It is often said that a picture is worth a thousand words. In this case we would say that it is worth a thousand scents, because when it comes to a Skunk, we know how it smells, and how strong. This is why we loved this shot sent in by @michiganmademeds. We know what it means to have a room full of svelte Pineapple Skunk plants, resulting in the invasion of a tell-tale aroma of lemon, Skunk and fresh flowers. Looking at this picture, we dreamt of that broad spectrum of ripe fruit, pine, lemon, Skunk and slightly peppery spices. Thanks for this aromatic journey, and happy harvesting.

The sticky world of Blue Dream

In this post we feature some of the most successful photos and comments HSO’s Instagram account: images of cannabis plants, buds and crops that have received the most “likes.” We work to offer you the best genetics, but we wouldn’t know what the end results looked like if it were not for the cannabis portraits you send us.

The Blue Dream by @growergaz seduced us with its sturdy branches and compact buds. Long, firm and tough flowers that delight the senses. This already-pruned flower suggests the intense sensation it will deliver in our mouths. It’s bound to pack a potent and surprising flavour, dominated by tinges of lemon, pine, incense, sweet fruit, and Haze. After the explosion on the palate, a powerful and lasting effect follows, producing a clear and stimulating sensation that goes straight to the brain.

We were delighted to learn that at @sacredootsfarms they use ladybugs, and not pesticides, to ward off parasites. We love to see that there are farms that grow organically, without altering nature, and obtain optimal results. We always stress that pests can be combated with other living things that do not damage the ecosystem of the place where your plants are being grown, and we are elated to know that you are also going with organics.

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