Wedding Cake Autoflower Seeds
Bringing two different people together in matrimony can produce beautiful results – the same can be said for marijuana. By mixing indica and sativa genetics, a breeder can create beautiful new strains, and Wedding Cake is truly a match made in heaven. This delicious hybrid is a great way to relax while staying sharp all night long. You'll feel happy and relaxed like the big event is finally open, and it's time to celebrate.
||70% Indica / 30% Sativa
||Up to 17%
||Easy to grow
Indoors | Mediterranean | Continental
||9 to 10 weeks
|Taste and Smell
||Vanilla | Sweet | Earthy | Ginger
||Relaxing | Energizing
Wedding Cake Strain Origins
The marriage that led to Wedding Cake is a delicious combination of Cherry Pie and Girl Scout Cookies. That's why you'll sometimes see this strain referred to as "Pink Cookies" or "Wedding Cookies." The sweet and tasty genes are the same regardless of the name, though. Wedding Cake is a hybrid that combines two of the best hybrids into a new and better hybrid. The result is a reliable strain with the best effects for most users.
Something to notice - both Girl Scout Cookies and Chery Pie include Durban Poison genes, which come through clearly in Wedding Cake as well.
What Are Wedding Cake Autoflower Seeds?
Autoflowering plants changed the face of the weed-growing world. Before they came around, the only species of weed available were indica and sativa. These plants would only start to flower when daylight began to grow short in the fall. That meant that growers had to use lighting "tricks" to grow indoors.
It wasn't until the '80s when a new species arrived in Amsterdam and changed marijuana growing. The Ruderalis species, which comes from Siberia, aren't light-sensitive in the same way – they would flower in eight weeks no matter what. When indica or sativa plants are combined with ruderalis plants, they lead to delicious, high-THC strains that flowered without a change in light.
Autoflowering strains are easy to grow since the ruderalis strain produces hardy plants. An autoflowering plant will be smaller in size, but they are ready for harvest in just weeks. They are perfect for growers who want multiple harvests, are growing in small spaces, or are seeking an easy beginner-friendly strain.
Growing Wedding Cake Autoflower Seeds
Wedding Cake autoflower plants aren't hard to grow. These convenient plants are resistant to pests, environmental problems, and common weed diseases. Ruderalis genetics make Wedding Cake autoflowering plants able to handle all sorts of conditions, inside and out. That makes it the perfect option for new growers.
The plants tend to remain short and dense, like most autoflowering strains. It has the bushy traits of indica despite its hybrid genetics.
Like many hybrids, the Wedding Cake autoflower plant is a unique blend of its parent strains, which are also hybrids. That means it is suitable to grow in many environments; just be sure to protect your plants from extreme temperatures.
Feeding Wedding Cake
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Flowering & Yield
Indoors, Wedding Cake autoflower plants flower in just 8 weeks. Expect plants to stay three feet or shorter. Yields average 4-6 ounces per square yard indoors or 4-6 ounces per plant outside. Training plants correctly with lower-stress techniques will help maximize your yield.
Experiencing the Wedding Cake Strain
Wedding Cake is a great way to celebrate special days or to unwind. It has a THC content that can flex between celebrations and daily use. The 17% THC levels keep even frequent users happy, while casual users can indulge during special events. Either way, this strain provides a smooth inhale and a sweet exhale.
Wedding Cake's sativa ancestry is evident in its uplifting high. On the other hand, the Girl Scout Cookies heritage leads to a chill, relaxed effect that leaves users feeling like the world is at peace. The long-lasting results make it a favorite for anyone looking to relax without experiencing couchlock. Wedding Cake does not disappoint, leaving users buzzed for hours without stress.
Wedding Cake Taste and Smell
People who enjoy mild scents love Wedding Cake. These plants have a light, sweet odor that's great for discreet users. However, although mild, the smell is still delicious. You'll notice sweet, vanilla notes that become stronger once lit. From there, the scent of ginger emerges as a spicy counterpoint. There's just a hint of fruity cherry scent, as well.
The flavor profile matches the aroma. Gently sweet vanilla combines with a hint of ginger and nuttiness. There is also an earthy undertone that's a sign of the Durban Poison that spawned both Girl Scout Cookies and Cherry Pie. This is a tasty counterpart to the sweeter notes, helping Wedding Cake feel more well-rounded. The sweet, earthy flavor is truly unique, and most people give the strain rave reviews for the entire scent and flavor profile.
Uses for Wedding Cake
Just like its parent strains, Wedding Cake is a perfect way to chill out and boost your mood. The euphoric high is a fun and comforting way to handle everything from stress to depression to anxiety.
The strain is also great for pain and tension. Many people swear by it as a pain-relief method that doesn't put them to sleep. Others love it for its ability to relieve nausea and stimulate the appetite.
Unlike many strains, Wedding Cake is not a great way to relieve insomnia. There's very little sleepiness present in the Wedding Cake buzz. The sativa heritage instead perks people up and gives them energy.
Buy Wedding Cake Autoflower Seeds
You can buy Wedding Cake Autoflower seeds per separate pack of 5, 10, or 20 seeds.
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- Discreet shipping and handling
- Free shipping to all U.S. states
- Free shipping to Australia for orders above $150 USD
- Guaranteed arrival of your order
- Guaranteed germination of your seeds
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