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Blue Cheese

40% Sativa, 60% Indica | THC 19% | Blue Cheese is an Indica strain created by crossing a Blueberry male with a female U.K. Cheese, a phenotype of Skunk #1. This combination results in a unique flavor profile that blends the sweet taste of berries with the savory notes of blue cheese, reminiscent of the original Cheese strain. Blue Cheese’s potent effects are perfect for unwinding after a long day, offering relief from muscle spasms, pain, and stress.


Is it legal to buy Cannabis seeds in Australia?

  • Cannabis seeds do not contain any illegal properties on their own and can be purchased for collectable/souvenir purposes only in Australia.   If you live in the ACT or have a medicinal license, these laws may not apply to you.   Learn more about current Australian legalization laws.

How can I buy Cannabis seeds in Australia?

  • Seeds Please Australia offer rare & heirloom seed varieties and will have a selection of Blue Cheese Cannabis Seeds available very soon (August/September) strictly for souvenir / collectable purposes only.   They have heaps of positive reviews, but note that they will not support germination….

Blue Cheese Feminized Growing Information

Blue Cheese is a popular and highly regarded cannabis strain in the cannabis community. This indica-dominant hybrid features a unique and pungent aroma that blends the fruity sweetness of Blueberry with the savory notes of UK Cheese. It’s a common favorite on Amsterdam’s coffeeshop menus.

Beloved for its distinct aroma, flavor, and soothing effects, Blue Cheese is a low-maintenance plant that offers high yields, making it a great choice for growers of all skill levels. Its relaxing properties and unique taste have made it a standout strain.

Genetics and History of Blue Cheese

Blue Cheese is a hybrid strain created by crossing Blueberry, an indica-dominant strain from Oregon, with UK Cheese, a hybrid from the UK. Though its exact origins are unclear, it is believed that Blue Cheese was first bred in Europe.

Blue Cheese has earned several accolades over the years, including the High Times Cannabis Cup for Best Cannabis. The strain has a 60/40 indica-to-sativa ratio, showcasing its strong indica dominance.

AROMA AND FLAVOR As the name implies, Blue Cheese features a unique aroma that combines sweet blueberry with pungent cheese. The flavor mirrors the aroma, offering a cheesy taste on the exhale.

THC Content: 15 -20%


  • Relaxation
  • Euphoria
  • Happiness
  • Sleepiness
  • Appetite stimulation

Recreational Uses Blue Cheese is a favorite among recreational users seeking a relaxing and calming experience. Its sedative effects make it ideal for nighttime use, often helping to alleviate stress or anxiety. The euphoric effects can induce happiness, making it a great choice for social situations or unwinding after a long day. Additionally, Blue Cheese is known to stimulate appetite, making it popular among those looking to increase their food intake. The strain’s unique aroma and flavor, combined with its relaxing and mood-enhancing effects, make it a must-try for recreational users.

Medical Uses Blue Cheese is also valued for its medical benefits. Its ability to relieve chronic pain and insomnia makes it a popular choice for patients seeking natural remedies. The strain’s sedative properties can help reduce stress and anxiety, promoting relaxation. Additionally, Blue Cheese’s appetite-stimulating effects are beneficial for individuals needing to increase their food intake.

Growing Information:

Ease of Growth Blue Cheese is a straightforward strain to cultivate, suitable for both novice and experienced growers. It has a short flowering time of 7-8 weeks, making it ideal for those eager to harvest quickly. Outdoor growers should aim to harvest in September. Indoor growers can expect yields of around 450-500g/m², while outdoor growers can yield approximately 500-550g per plant.

Appearance and Characteristics Blue Cheese buds are dense and round, resembling popcorn with a tapered shape. They feature bright green leaves adorned with orange and brown pistils, covered in frosty white trichomes that give them a sticky, shiny appearance.

Indoor Growing Tips

  • Provide a well-ventilated space with good air circulation.
  • Maintain a warm, dry climate with slightly cooler night temperatures.
  • Ensure consistent temperature and humidity levels for healthy growth and high yields.
  • Use nutrient-rich soil or hydroponics with proper pH control.
  • Employ training techniques like topping and pruning to enhance yields.
  • Provide 600-1000 watts per square meter of lighting.
  • During flowering, ensure 12 hours of uninterrupted darkness daily.

Outdoor Growing Tips

  • Choose a sunny, well-drained location with nutrient-rich soil.
  • Maintain a warm, dry environment (21-27°C or 70-80°F).
  • Use organic fertilizers to improve soil quality and promote healthy growth.
  • Monitor and control pests and diseases, despite Blue Cheese’s natural resistance.
  • Use organic pesticides and fungicides for preventive care.
  • Keep the growing environment clean and well-ventilated to prevent issues.

Growing Blue Cheese requires attention to detail and proper care, but it rewards growers with high-quality buds and a straightforward cultivation experience.


  • All Cannabis strains, require a full spectrum nutrient complete with the macro nutrients such as Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium and the secondary nutrients and micronutrients like, calcium, sulphur, hydrogen, magnesium, manganese, carbon, iron, zinc etc.
  • For coco/perlite grows, we recommend Nutrifield Coco A&B for use throughout the entire grow, with Nutrifield Organic BUD BURST at the beginning of the flowering phase right through to harvest.  As bud burst is organic, this ensures a nice smooth, super clean tasting smoke that you will love!
  • For soil based growing (not recommended), just make sure you use a high quality soil rich in organic matter such as compost and manure.   Note that manure if high in nitrogen which you’ll want to reduce during the flowering stage. 
  • During the flowering stage, change the ratio so you are using up to three times more phosphorus than nitrogen and potassium. Also continue to add in secondary nutrients such as iron, copper, and manganese.  The best way to do this is simply to use orgnanic Bud Burst during flowering all the way as this will ensure a smooth finish with no chemical taste.   Amazing stuff!
  • For organic grows, we recommend Aptus Baseboost organic nutrient   with coco/perlite 70/30 ratio.   This stuff is highly concentrated so a little goes a long way making it great value.     Simply add the pellets to the coco as per the instructions and it will completely transform any inert growing medium into a powerful full spectrum grow media.. 

Growing Tips

  • Your plants will need consistent air flow and good ventilation, whether you are choosing the perfect spot for an outdoor grow, or are growing in an indoor grow room. They need air that is rich in oxygen, to help prevent respiration, deter any pests, and allow your plant to grow healthy and strong. Use fans to help circulate air, or if you can afford it, exhaust systems are an excellent choice.

Why buy ‘Feminized’ Seeds

  • Marijuana plants are either male or female.   The male flower produces sacs or pollen designed to fertilize the female flower which produces white pistols designed to absorb the pollen.   If no male plants are present in the growing area, than the female plant will just grow larger and larger flowers in search of pollen.   These flowers are the cannabis buds that we all know and love.   The male plants hold only minuscule amount of THC, while the female flowers are oozing with THC crystals (the good stuff).   For this reason, marijuana growers are seeking only female plants in the grow room (unless they want alot of seedy buds).Feminsed seeds have been cultivated in a precise way so that the seed is genetically more likely to produce a female plant.   Autoflower seeds automatically transition from the vegetative phase to the flowering stage without you needing to adjust their light exposure.   Fore more detailed growing information, see our in depth grow guide.