| Linda Seeds
With our Wedding Cake cannabis seeds, we continue to follow the trend of developing US genetics, which is gaining ground in Europe. Its specific characteristics are a very high THC content with a pleasant and not too strong "stoned" effect. The Wedding Cake Strain is also known as "Pink Cookies". Our cannabis seeds are the result of crossing a Girl Scout Cookies
elite clone with the Cherry Pie clone (Granddaddy Purple
x Durban Poison
An evolution of the famous Girl Scout Cookies with a dash of extra THC
Our Wedding Cake Strain is, despite the sativa genes of Durban Poison, a clearly indica-trending marijuana strain. Girl Scout Cookies (OG Kush
x Durban Poison) makes up the bulk of this strain, giving it that 'cuddly' something. However, our cannabis seeds have slightly higher THC values than the basic Girl Scout Cookies. We achieve this through the crossed-in Granddaddy Purple, which is extremely potent.
Durban Poison provides sweetness and the lightness of being
Due to the Kush genes the cannabis variety has earthy and tart notes. But the "sweetness" of the Girl Scout Cookies is dominant in any case, to which a fruitiness reminiscent of cherry cake is added. An extremely successful creation as we think. As Wedding Cake cannabis is mainly Indica dominant, it has a relaxing effect in the first place, but doesn't make you tired at all due to the subtle Sativa genes of Durban Poison. However, it is important to remember that with a THC content of 25%, not much activity is possible. So sit back, enjoy the day and let your thoughts run free!
Medium growth and high yields
Wedding Cake plants grow medium height and deliver high yields of up to 600g per m² under 600W NDL or 450W LED. The flowers are typically compact and resinous, and are usually dark green in color. Occasionally, and especially at lower temperatures, occasional shades of purple may occur. We recommend to plant 12 plants per square meter to fill the area well. The flowering time of Wedding Cake is between 8 to 10 weeks maximum until it is fully ripe. It can be grown well both indoors and outdoors and is ready for harvest in early October.