Blueberry Headband is a strain name used by two different breeders, each of which boasts a different lineage.
Blueberry Headband by Humboldt Seed Organization
Humboldt Seed Organization’s Blueberry Headband is a cross of Blueberry and 707 Headband.
According to Humboldt Seeds, the strain is an Indica-leaning hybrid that grows very tall and produces high yields of red-and-purple-hued buds with fruity, spicy flavors in a 65-to-75-day flowering period. The breeder claims that this strain produces both cerebral and body-high effects that are long-lasting.
Growable either indoors or outdoors, Blueberry Headband plants tend to grow as tall as 3 meters, or nearly 10 feet, and if grown indoors, its height may need to be controlled. Indoor harvests yield anywhere between 450 to 600 grams per square meter, while outdoor cultivation can yield 1 to 4 kilograms, or 2.2 to 8.8 pounds, per plant during a mid-October harvest in the Northern Hemisphere.
Emerald Triangle Seeds Blueberry Headband
The Blueberry Headband strain from Emerald Triangle Seeds in Northern California is a distinct combination of ’76 Blueberry, Emerald OG, Cali Sour D, and Pre ’98 Bubba Kush.
Upon consumption, this particular Blueberry Headband cultivar is said to carry a flavor of berry, diesel, and pepper.
According to Emerald Triangle Seeds, the strain grows tall and produces high yields of large, elongated, tightly clustered buds in a 63-day flowering period. Known to grow vigorously during the vegetative cycle, Blueberry Headband is said to produce long, beefy colas. The breeder also reports that Blueberry Headband is resistant to mold and mildew.