Blackberry Cannabis Clones Original Mothers Company
Original Mothers Company


Black Domina x Raspberry Cough - Hybrid

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Grow like a pro. Original Mothers Company brings you the original Blackberry cannabis clones straight from the source.

The original Blackberry has been brought to the market on 2009 by the Dutch company Nirvana Seeds. It was a cross between a clone of Black Domina from the U.S and the Raspberry Cough (also from Nirvana Seeds). Blackberry can be defined a connoisseurs strain thanks to the unique characteristics although is not a popular strain.

The Blackberry is a well-balanced hybrid but the energetic and uplifting high come from the sativa side. During the last flowering weeks, the Blackberry develops dark purple leaves and flowers. The taste is mostly sweet thanks to the fruity notes but it also present earthy and diesel undertones. Order now your original Blackberry cannabis clones.


  • Breeder: Nirvana Seeds
  • Type: Hybrid
  • Genetics: Black Domina x Raspberry Cough
  • Geographic origins: Holland

*Our ornamental cannabis clones are available in two different sizes and format. You can choose to buy them in plugs or in small pots (9x9x10cm) with soil.

Our packaging is safe and discreet and orders are prepared following a procedure based on discretion and security in packaging and shipping.

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Please Note: This content is for informational and educational use only. O.M.C. sells all plants strictly for ornamental purposes only and for the conservation of the strains. We do not condone or encourage the flowering of these cannabis plants and we will refuse a sale to anyone who leads us believe they will use these for anything other than ornamental purposes. Plants sold by O.M.C. may not be flowered in countries not legal to do so.

Warning: it is a criminal offense to flower cannabis plants in most countries.