The Best Cannabis Strain for Growing Outdoors

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The Best Cannabis Strain for Growing Outdoors

Cannabis strains can flourish in both indoor and outdoor environments. However, some thrive much better in specific environmental conditions. If you choose the best outdoor strain, your cannabis plant can grow remarkably well in a wide range of weather conditions.
Growing your cannabis outside right next to mother can nature can be a rewarding experience, but only if you select the best outdoor strains. We’ve put together a well-curated list of some of the best 4 most suited strains for growing outdoors.

  • Special Queen 1
    50% Sativa: 50% Indica
    Power Bud × Skunk
    Royal Queen Seeds’ classic Skunk is suitable to be grown outdoors in many different environments, including colder climates of Northern Europe. Special Queen strain shows great vigor throughout different seasons and grows huge plants exceeding heights of 220-270cm in good conditions. The plant has yields of up to 550g.


  • Biddy Early

100% Sativa
Early Skunk × Warlock
This strain is the ultimate outdoor strain for climates with humid and cold conditions. It has an extreme resilience to mold, disease, pests, and low temperatures. This isn’t to say that it cannot flourish in warmer conditions. The Biddy Early can grow up to 2m high, and produces high yields.

  • Honey Cream

65% Indica: 35% Sativa
BlueBlack × Maple Leaf Indica × White Rhino
Popularly known for its sweet and creamy aromas, the Honey Cream strain plant yields up to 675g per plant and reaches heights of about 180-250cm. On top of that, it also has a very short flowering period of 6-7 weeks.

  • Speedy Chile

70% Indica: 30% Sativa
Green Poison × Chile Indica Landraces
This feminized strain is very good for outdoor growers that assuages any climate or mold issues. It also displays an incredibly fast flowering period of 6 weeks. Although it is not an autoflowering seed, it does include fast flowering strains that produce high THC levels.


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