Cherry Pie makes you feel energetic, cheerful, and alert. Cherry Pie’s high has been reviewed to be easy on thought-processes, so many keep a clear head while experiencing increases in mood. The herb delights the senses with the delicious aroma of cherries, earth, and pungent sweetness. This strain is moderately potent, beginners should be mindful of the dose to avoid dizziness and overwhelming paranoia. Cherry Pie strain is good for evening and daytime use due to its stimulating properties. The effects have been known to come on in minutes and stick around for a couple hours.
Cherry Pie flowers are small to medium in size and have a bud structure characteristic of other predominantly indica strains. This tightly-curled leaves are densely packed together and threaded through with vibrant orange pistils. The leaves appear mostly mossy green, although some phenotype show off flashes of purple; this latter color is due to high concentrations of pigments in the plant’s genes (passed on from Grandaddy Purple) that highlight colors other than green when they’re stimulated by cold temperatures during the growing process. The colorful buds are coated in translucent white trichomes, giving the small nugs a silver sheen and a very resinous texture. Smokers should keep in mind that this strain can be especially pungent; those concerned with discretion should take any needed precautions.
Cherry Pie Growing INFO
Cherry Pie provenance is murky and no high-profile breeders claim to have originated the strain, several producers have made its seeds available for sale online such as the BSB Genetics from Seed City. The strain can be grown in or outdoors, although successful outdoor cultivation calls for a warm, humid, Mediterranean-like climate with consistent daytime sunlight. Plants grow short and bushy with wide lateral branching. Growers may need to periodically trim away any light-blocking fan leaves in order to maximize the growth of any low-growing flowering nodes. Those looking to bring out this strain’s eye-catching purple bag appeal should also expose the plants to colder-than-average temperatures during the growing process. Cherry Pie flowers within 8 to 9 weeks when grown indoors and is ready for harvest in late October when grown outdoors. With a potent high that manages to leave users fully functional, Cherry Pie has secured a household name among well-balanced hybrids. It’s as enjoyable out with friends as it is on a slow night at home.
Flowering Time: 8 to 9 weeks indoors and the end of October outdoors