Cherry Pie is an Indica dominant hybrid whose first recorded sighting from what we can gather came from the Garden of St George, a grower from Mendocino, California.
TASTE & SMELL –
Cherry Pie buds deliver a tangy and fruity aroma of cherries and blueberries. Once blazed, she produces a pleasantly sweet and sour taste that’s fruity with cherry undertones.
Regarding effects, this well-balanced bud will have you calm and chill without putting you out for the count and is great for winding down. Pleasant cerebral stimulation, increased sociability and creativity are a common theme with this strain.
MEDICAL USES –
Medically, Cherry Pie can be effective in helping to reduce social anxiety. Her calming and euphoric qualities can be beneficial in easing the anxiousness of those who feel awkward in unfamiliar social situations.
GROW INFO –
Cherry Pie is considered a relatively easy plant to cultivate. She grows short, bushy and produces small to medium-sized buds that are super dense and sticky. Her mossy green buds are extremely resinous, covered in velvety orange hairs and sometimes displaying purple hues depending on phenotype. This strain will usually perform better when grown indoors, allowing her to display her best attributes without the harshness of mother nature. This is not to say that she cant be grown outdoors, preferring sunny Mediterranean-like conditions.
Cherry Pie has an indoor flowering period lasting from eight to nine weeks and is ready for harvest by late October when grown outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere. This bushy strain responds well to super cropping and general defoliation to help open up the plant structure for light penetration. Her terpene profile is noticeably enhanced when grown organically in soil.
SEED AVAILABILITY –
For those interested in obtaining Cherry Pie genetics it should be noted that this is a clone-only strain. However, her popularity has made her a common choice for breeders to use in hybrid crosses of which many can be found that exhibit Cherry Pie dominant traits. As always we recommend checking provenance where possible and the reputation of the vendor whenever purchasing genetics.