Wedding Cake is a powerful and tasty Indica Dominant Hybrid strain! Roadkill Wedding Cake features two amazing strains bred together: Wedding Cake(Min Order 1 Oz), Roadkill Skunk x Wedding Cake! This skunky yet sweet strain is known to provide a euphoric and relaxing high.
Wedding Cake, also known as Pink Cookies, is the familial genetic cross of Girl Scout Cookies and Cherry Pie. This delectable treat is rich with tangy sweet earth and pepper, taking notes and dimension from its OG and Durban Poison parentage. Enjoy this double dose of dense dankness with care, as certain farms have noted THC content upwards of 25% or greater.
Wedding Cake weed is an indica dominant hybrid which is a cross of Cherry Pie and Girl Scout Cookies (GSC). However, a few well-known and respected budsmen believe it is actually a cross of Animal Mints and Triangle Kush. The strain was bred in Southern California initially, but a breeder called Kind Love helped bring it to the Rocky Mountains in Colorado.
Once you get past the earthy and doughy scent, you will be rewarded with an alluring, sweet aroma. This strain’s notes proved that its backcrossed genetics mixed well and kept the all-important tart and sugary qualities of its lineage.
Due to the aroma, you may be a little surprised to find that soil and sour flavors take over your taste buds as you use Wedding Cake. Fortunately, the sugary notes come through after a little while. We recommend using a vaporizer at a low-temperature setting if you really want to get the best flavor
It is not easy to get your hands-on Wedding Cake seeds, and because the cultivators of this strain have not shared the secrets of this strain, growing it may be a case of trial and error. Your best option is to obtain a cutting from a female plant. Its ancestry suggests that it grows well indoors and it is best if you use soil as the growing medium.
Set your fan and exhaust system to allow a bit of humidity in the air. The flowering time is estimated at 8 weeks, and you may gain a yield of 16 ounces per meter squared when grown indoors.
If you decide to grow it outside, make sure you live in a warm, sunny, and slightly humid environment. Once again, use rich soil as your growing medium and expect your crop to be ready for harvest by the middle of October. A yield of 16 ounces per plant is deemed normal.