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Best Cannabis Seeds to Grow Outdoors in the UK

From Blimburn Seeds, we bring you a compilation of our best feminized cannabis seeds for you to grow outdoors in the UK.

Can I grow outdoors in the UK?

First of all, the UK is a large island and has an oceanic climate. In addition, its geographical location makes its climate change. Moreover, depending on the region of the UK where you live, you will have a different climate. Therefore, we will describe the four regions and their different climates:

– Southeast :

This is a perfect area to grow MAMBA NEGRA FBV. First of all, this area has cold winters. However, the summers are sunny, dry and pleasant with lots of heat. In other words, ideal temperatures for outdoor cultivation. Summers are sometimes warmer because of the warm air masses coming from Europe.

We advise you the MAMBA NEGRA FBV because our most legendary MAMBA NEGRA has been crossed with a highly genetically qualified secret hybrid to shorten the flowering time of our plant and take this magnificent quality strain to its next level. In other words, this marijuana plant is ready in early September which makes it ideal for this type of area where the cold arrives earlier.

Also, the fruity woody aromas, with citrus notes stand out in this great lineage from its first days of flowering.

– Southwest:

This is another perfect area in the UK to grow KABRALES. First of all, winters are mild but wet. Also, summers are usually warm, but with lots of Atlantic weather with clouds and rain. Therefore, the mild conditions allow for a longer growing season than in the far northern regions.

The best choice for this area of the UK is undoubtedly our KABRALES strain which is in our catalog of certified feminized seeds. First of all, what no grower wants is to have their flowers affected by mold. In other words, humidity is one of the main problems in cannabis growing as it can ruin our crop or harvest.

Secondly, thanks to the genetic cross it has a good resistance to cold and humidity. In addition, it is a plant that will be ready to harvest in mid-October. Therefore, we should only protect our crop with some tarpaulin in case of rainfall.

– Northwest:

In this area, cannabis growers experience cold winters and summers. Therefore, they tend to be colder and grayer than those in the south. In addition, the prevailing Atlantic air masses can bring rain and wind almost year-round. In other words, growers and cannabis lovers in this region may find the late September and October weather less conducive to cultivation.

In conclusion, our GELATO FBV is a perfect strain because at the end of September you can harvest your crop.

We advise you the GELATO FBV because our most legendary GELATO has been crossed with a highly genetically qualified secret hybrid to shorten the flowering time of our plant and take this superb quality strain to its next level. In other words, this marijuana plant is ready at the end of September which makes it ideal for this type of area where the cold arrives earlier.

It is also perfect for people suffering from anxiety, stress, depression and eating disorder problems.

– Northeast :

In this area, producers must take into account climatic constraints. In addition, the growing season is shorter compared to growers in the south. Therefore, winters can be cold, spring can take a while to arrive and summer is short. Finally, we must grow vines with a short flowering period. In conclusion, SANTA MUERTE FBV has a fast flowering period almost comparable to any autoflowering seed.

Firstly, this powerful strain with Mexican origins and with a high sativa influence, which we were petrified to see the beauty of the plant, is a majestic vigorous plant with a large internodal distance, with long emerald leaves that highlight its large flowers that gives off strong earthy aromas from which we will get a great harvest.

Secondly, it is one of our new Fast Blooming strains. In addition, it has a flowering time of approximately 55 days. In other words, as fast as any auto on the market with the advantage of obtaining up to 550 gr/plant when grown outdoors.

Is it possible to grow weed outside in the UK?

I've got some weed seeds and considering to grow it outside as it's illegal and I don't want to be fully associated with it. I'm just wondering if this type of thing would work? Also I know now isn't a good time to do it as it's winter so I'm wondering when I should plan on doing it too.

Edit: I've ordered some Holland Hope and will start growing them mid/end of May. Thank you for all the help so far.

youd probably want to get seeds for whatever your latitude is. 50+ degrees north or whatever or they wouldn't get enough sun. There are seeds you can get for this far North and further.

Okay I wasn't aware of this thank you!

I don't know your weather that well (American here), but choose a hardy strain that can deal with a little cold and is powdery mildew and mold resistant, Hollands Hope is a good strain for this. Start and veg your plant indoors and put outside when the three warmest months arrive. Consider building an inexpensive hoop house if you have the space/money, you can find plans online for these, or I can elaborate if you'd like. I live in MI and had great success outdoors with a hoop house, with some early fall temps dropping to 38 def Fahrenheit some nights, granted I put a small space heater out there, but the plants did fine. My strains were gifted to me and not necessarily outdoor strains, I had a small amount of PM, but nothing major. Good luck!

You would want to plant sometime after the spring equinox (april 21) so they see lengthening day cycles and shorter nights. If you plant sooner the long nights could trigger their flowering cycle.

Brilliant I assumed it would be later (May/June) as it gets hotter then. Less time to wait! I will be doing it then.

Plant autoflowers in May.

Use the fastest flowering indica you can find for photoperiod, you WILL need to shake down the buds twice a day stop budrot as well as the plant having a decent amount of wind running through. I managed to grow some Sour Diesel last year on my balcony, I got some bud root cause I did't shake it for a few days.

Btw, here in the sunny south west, the weed flowering period starts in the beginning of September so you'll need to harvest in November. It can be done, I ended up with about oz of shitty sour diesel.

Also it is a very fine line between having enough foliage to feed the plant in the low light conditions and allowing enough air flow to stop bud root.

I suggest buying some really decent auto seeds, I went with AK47 last year cheapest I could get, it wasn't the best.

It is possible, I am doing a serious guerilla grow over the summer out in the sticks of south west england.