Given her amazing stability and strength, White Siberian is perfect for both indoors and outdoors. If you’re growing in the open air, remember that she’s more into dry, sunny and temperate climates or greenhouses. When exposed to humid weather conditions, a close eye may have to be kept on her in order to react quickly in case of fungi or mould attacks. In no case should she be grown on balconies or terraces because she’s pretty big. Using guerrilla growing methods or doing it indoors is always a great choice. The flowering phase lasts some 50-65 days indoors and she’s ready for harvest by October outdoors.