WEDDING CAKE FEM
Wedding Cake is the result of the combination between the legendary Triangle Kush and a selected male of the Animal Mints. The outcome is a mouth-watering indica-dominant hybrid that stands out for her pronounced flavor and potent effect.
This strain is not only known for its dank hit but also for its harsh taste upon combustion and smoking. You might experience a sore throat as well. Even before you get accustomed to this taste, it dissipates quickly as earthy and soil undertones takeover.
If you keep the smoke in your mouth for longer, you can taste the vanilla flavors exploding with a super subtle creamy mouthfeel that some might compare to the taste of a cake. I would recommend to puff on this strain through a vaporizer on low-temperature settings or through a joint. Only then will you be able to get the perfect and the most flavorful hit.
Its vanilla aroma gives it its name together with some citrus and earthy aromas.
Wedding Cake's effects are extremely potent, starting as an invigorating, euphoric buzz before settling into a fully relaxing body stone. THC levels of up to 32% make the strain highly interesting from a therapeutic point of view. Not suitable for beginners.
Wedding Cake has an indica-leaning growth profile. It is short and sturdy, allowing growers to cultivate it in various environments. In flowering it stands out for its enormous vegetative vigor, branching capacity and good production. It can double its size when it enters the productive phase, giving dense flowers completely covered with aromatic resin.
At harvest, it produces dense buds that look close to solid. As for its colors, it generally produces a forest green hue that grows darker as it develops a purple undertone.
Seasoned growers, however, may use advanced growing techniques like the Sea of Green. This method takes advantage of Wedding Cake’s stoutness and maximizes small growing spaces by sowing at least four seeds in a single square meter then coaxing a single bud as it grows. It shortens the vegetative phase without sacrificing yields.
It has dense foliage that grows thicker as more leaves and buds sprout. Take care of the moisture that could stick to its crevices and then develop into mold or mildew.