As with many other automatic varieties, its main advantage lies in the fact that it does not depend on the light cycle. It will be ready for harvest in approximately ten weeks' time. The plants will grow outdoors for a short period, but they do not grow very high and are easily hidden from the eyes of unwanted visitors. It is a very attractive alternative for a summer crop in northern latitudes, while in Mediterranean regions you can even expect to get two or three harvests. For automatic genetics we have used the Canadian Ruderalis variety and crossed it with the Blueberry to obtain the Auto Blueberry, which we now present to you. The plant begins to flower about 25 days after the seed germinates. The characteristic taste of sweet berries that distinguishes Blueberry, and its famous blue-violet hue, are both maintained in this variety.