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Blewett pass blue seeds

Head for the hills… for the wildflowers

By late June the wildflowers at the lower elevations in Central Washington are past their peak, but at higher elevations, especially above 4000′, the snow has receded enough to allow access to prime hiking, and wildflowers!

The Cascades offer innumerable areas to explore. Each year I have a list of areas to get up and in to and I never seem to get to them all; work (and life!) has a way of limiting the time available. Still, I always seek out several new areas and within a one to two-hour drive from Peshastin there are many. The nearby Wenatchee Mountains contain a large number of endemic species, plants that are only found in this area, in large part due to the presence of ultramafic soils (e.g serpentine) and the distinct geologic history of the area.

Several areas I will go back to every year or two, and always seem to find something new. Three of my favorites are:

Claytonia megarhiza near Iron Peak

1. Check out the great hikes and flora above the north fork of the Teanaway River (including Navaho Peak, Iron Peak and the Esmeralda Basin.) The geologic diversity, including large areas of serpentine, make for great trip for the botanically inclined; that’s where I was introduced to the rare and lovely Wenatchee spring beauty, seen above.

2. Tronsen Ridge – Great views and loads of flowers from June through August, accessed off of Highway 97 just north of Blewett Pass. The large rock garden above is at the highest point.

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Western blue clematis (Clematis occidentalis) on the Wedge Mtn. trail

3. Wedge Mountain – This hike is rather short, less than two miles to the ridge overlooking the Snow Lakes, but begins at nearly 4000′ after climbing a rough road (good clearance and 4WD a must!). It takes you through forest, serpentine and alpine settings, with over 125 different species of plants identified along the way (so far). I’m leading a flower walk up Wedge on July 6th for the Native Plant Society and have several slots left; contact me if you want to come.

Blewett Pass Blue seeds

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Blewett Pass Blue specifications

Read the Blewett Pass Blue seed specifications in the table below. The values may vary between the different seedbanks where you can buy Blewett Pass Blue seeds.

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Variety 40% Indica and 60% Sativa
THC level 19%
CBD level 2%

About Blewett Pass Blue seeds

Blewett Pass Blue is a typical hybrid strain and has an average level of 19 percent THC. The CBD level of this strain is 2 percent. Blewett Pass Blue has the abbreviation Bpb where the plant is 60 percent sativa and 40 percent indica. Blewett Pass Blue will grow into a beautiful cannabis plant with a fine return in harvest. It is not hard to grow these Blewett Pass Blue seeds, you keep an eye on this plant will it grows, the flowering period is pretty average.

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