The best time of year to grow cannabis is in the summer, and most harvests take place in the fall, but it’s still possible to grow certain strains in winter. In certain southern regions – some US states, Australia and Southern Europe, it grows outdoors, but you can also use a greenhouse.
Northern Lights can be grown indoors or outdoors; it also offers some excellent yields in the winter months. In the wild, Northern Lights is grown in the southern hemisphere over the winter, in regions such as Spain and California. Crops can reach a height of around 1.7 meters.
Northern Lights has a THC content of between 16-21%. The CBD content is almost non-existent, making it more euphoric. When you smoke Northern Lights, you can expect strong mind-body relaxation and euphoria; it’s recommended by some medical cannabis doctors.
Somango XXL is an excellent entry-level plant if you want to grow marijuana in the winter. It is one of the easier plants to grow and returns high yields if grown correctly. If you need some cannabis for creativity or anxiety over whether medical cannabis doctors can prescribe it.
Somango XXL is light and euphoric; it has around 18% THC content, so you can expect a relaxing experience with optimistic vibes. Medical cannabis doctors might prescribe this strain if you feel low or uninspired over winter, but it’s also possible to grow it yourself in colder months.
OG Kush is a powerful and popular strain of winter weed, it’s origins are unknown, but it’s thought to be a hybrid of Chemdawg, Lemon Thai and a Pakistani Kush. The meaning of the name is also something of a mystery, but it could mean Ocean Grown for its Pacific coast origin.
OG Kush is also an excellent strain of cannabis to grow in winter; it has a moderate to difficult level for growing, but under the right circumstances, can be matured in around 55 days. Expect an intense scent that smells of fruits and a potent kick from its 20% or more THC content.
Big White Widow
Big White Widow is a popular strain of cannabis and can deliver three or four harvests every year thanks to its heritage, which means the strain can be effectively grown in winter months, provided it is located in the warmer regions of the south. It is suitable for novice growers.
Big White Widow taste much like other strains of white cannabis; you can expect a lemony and woody taste, the smoke is also light. Expect an energetic and uplifting experience when smoking Big White Widow; it has a moderate THC content of around 16%, a nice balance.
Unsurprisingly, Blue Cheese cannabis smells faintly of cheese; it is an auto-flowering plant that can be grown indoors and outdoors, even in winter. Medical cannabis doctors might prescribe this flower if you suffer from chronic stress, insomnia, lack of appetite, or chronic pain; in the winter months, some relief from these issues is welcome, so be thankful Blue Cheese is around.