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The Best Cannabis Seeds To Grow In A Warm Climate

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Nothing beats a fat stash of primo outdoor marijuana. Aroma, flavour, potency and yield are all greatly enhanced by Mother Nature. Let the sun kiss these cannabis seeds in a warmer climate and you could potentially harvest a whole year’s supply of top-shelf bud in just one crop.


Growing ganja in a warm climate with plenty of sunshine is the most natural cannabis cultivation style. Most marijuana varieties will perform well outdoors in hot, dry weather. But you are looking for the fire strains with the scale-tipping yields.

You’ve come to the right cannabis seed blog. Our top 5 picks of the best cannabis seeds to grow in a warm climate are varieties that find an extra gear outdoors. Give these feminised seeds a run in the sun and you really can’t go wrong. Every strain is an easy-cropping, beginner-friendly producer of connoisseur-quality weed. Allow us to introduce you to 5 smoking hot and sticky ladies.

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Offering a hassle-free growing experience coupled with tasty and potent buds, Gelato from Zamnesia Seeds is perfect for raising in warmer climes. The combination of three strains; namely, Wedding Cake, Gelato, and Gelato 33, this indica-dominant strain is sure to please everyone that tries her. Taking just 8–9 weeks to flower, Gelato is efficient as she is delicious. Not an overbearing plant, she'll reach a maximum height of 200cm but can slot into most growing areas without any hassle. When the time is right, growers will be rewarded with around 350–400g/plant—plenty of bud to easily fill a stash jar or two.

With very little maintenance required, Gelato flourishes in a warm climate with plenty of sunshine. So regardless of experience, you're in for a specimen that will consistently perform well. With sticky-sweet and, most of all, potent buds as your prize, this could quite easily become a permanent fixture in many a grower's operation.


Tutankhamon (Pyramid Seeds)

If you want big fat colas fit for a pharaoh, you best get a pack of Tutankhamon by Pyramid Seeds. These feminised beans are a select, high-yielding version of AK-47 with terrific potency to match. THC levels can touch 22% and yields per plant can exceed 500g. Plant structure is short, branchy and compact, typically growing between 1-1.5m tall. Take note balcony growers: major stealth potential with this choice AK-47.

Outdoors in a hot, dry climate, watch Tutankhamon colas swell and ripen for harvest in mid-Croptober. Flowers will be covered in orange hairs. These nugs are super dense. Really rock hard and sticky buds. Topping and some defoliation is recommended to encourage the maximum number of trophy colas and to allow greater light penetration to side branches. Outstanding euphoric sativa effects from the tightest indica-looking buds. This hybrid is perfect for a warm climate, just watch out for mould in those chunky colas if humidity spikes.


Bubble Gum (Serious Seeds)

Serious Seeds have produced a mouth-watering cultivar in the form of Bubble Gum. This strain took home four Cannabis Cup awards and besides being a joy to cultivate, it produces sticky, sweet and moreish buds. She is effortless to grow and boasts stable traits that make her ideal for outdoor projects in warmer environments.

Getting to the harvest stage of Bubble Gum's growing cycle is an incredibly easy affair. Regardless of their experience level, growers are in for a treat as this robust plant requires very little in the way of maintenance, just a steady flow of water and the occasional feed. Overall, Bubble Gum takes around 8–9 weeks to flower, after which growers can expect to get their hands on plenty of buds. When you grow in the best possible settings, it's easy to bag anywhere in the region of 400–450g/m². Bubble Gum's buds offer up exquisite sweet, candy-like notes that are coupled with diesel undertones for a complex, yet flavourful and aromatic experience. Smoked or vaped, she provides a euphoric and uplifting high that's highly sought-after.


Blueberry (Dutch Passion)

Perhaps the most prized of all top-shelf indica stashes. The sweet precious is none other than Blueberry. Stoners all over the world have been enchanted by this strain since it hit the market back in 1998 via Dutch Passion; although, its lineage traces back to US breeders in the 1970’s. Moreover, many seed banks have their own version of Blueberry. But in our opinion, Dutch Passion are holdin’ the true blue.

Blueberry grows short and usually develops a thick, main cola. Usually under 1m in height, she really needs topping and/or training to coax the highest flower to leaf ratio. When cultivated outdoors in good daytime sunshine and with low night temps (not below 10°C), Blueberry flowers and foliage can take on blue-ish hues late in bloom.

Unfortunately, yields, potency and blueberry flavours will be contingent upon experience with this strain. Beginners can expect 50-100g per plant of fruity, heavy indica smoke. Veterans might pull down 500g from a well-trained Blueberry bush of the dankest Couchlocking sweet berry buds. Ready for harvest early-mid Croptober.


Fruit Spirit (Royal Queen Seeds)

For the grand finale, we’ve saved a lesser known dankness. Fruit Spirit by Royal Queen Seeds results from the hybridisation of bursting-with-flavour Blueberry and knockout White Widow. This classy heavy hitter will grow to about 2m in height in a warm climate under plenty of sun. However, it must be said that this pedigree hybrid favours a tropical climate. Cold is a killer for this sun-worshipping Mary Jane.

Fruit Spirit packs a serious punch. Expect to be heavily sedated by these delicious, frosted, berry buds. Ideally suited to novices and pro-growers alike. Yields and THC levels can be very tasty with minimal plant care and maintenance required. Treat her right and you might harvest 500g per plant of gooey berry stash in late September-early Croptober.

Luke Sholl
Luke Sholl
Luke Sholl has been writing about cannabis, the wellness potential of cannabinoids, and the positive influence of nature for over a decade. Working with several cannabinoid-centric publications, he publishes a variety of digital content, supported by strong technical knowledge and thorough research.
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