With a name like Venomberry, one might think of this strain as some kind of poison, but this sweet-tasting strain smells of candy and frosty sugary buds. An ancestor to some very old-world Sativas this strain was created by the breeders at Dutch Flowers. Long before they began working on this strain, one of their breeders had found a landrace Uzbekistan Indica. When they began working on Venomberry this Uzbekistan Indica was crossed with a Dutch Flowers strain called Durban Figwidow. The result was much stronger than either parent but the breeders still were not done. In their eyes Venomberry still needed another component to really make it something special and this happened to be Chocolate Thai. After the cross was complete, a particular specimen was chosen and then inbred to stabilize the strain. While Sativa-dominant this strain still retains a mellow body buzz with it's mind numbing cerebral effects.
This strain grows well indoors and can do well outside in the right conditions, cooler environments will bring out the Uzbekistan causing the stem to turn red and purple. Dark blue-green leaves adorn this strain and the yield of this strain can directly be traced to how much lumen the plant gets. Venomberry should be grown by those with a good deal of experience, requiring two to three weeks of vegetation before flowering for 10 to 11 weeks. Growers have reported up to four ounce yields from this strain. There is also a much lesser seen Indica dominant phenotype that has a slightly shorter flowering time, eight to nine weeks.