Hybrid

Wedding Pie

Strains like Wedding Pie are going to be indica dominant hybrids that are high in the caryophyllene terpene, low in CBD and are also very high in THC.

  • THC: 24%
  • CBD: 1%
  • Main Terpene: Caryophyllene
  • Effects: Sleep
wedding pie strain

The wedding pie strain is a potent indica dominant hybrid. It originates from the crossing of two legendary strains, Wedding Cake and Grape Pie. The Wedding Pie strain genetics are something to behold. The effects are mainly indica, with a heavy body high that will leave you glued to the couch. The terpenes in this strain give it a sweet and sour cherry flavor that is sure to please.

Main Wedding Pie Terpenes

  • Caryophyllene
  • Linalool
  • Farnesene
  • Limonene
  • Bisabolol

Wedding Pie Strain Effects

The effects of the wedding pie strain are mainly indica, with a heavy body high that is very relaxing but not sedative. This strain is perfect for those who are looking for a strong and relaxing indica dominant hybrid. The terpenes in this strain give it a sweet and sour cherry flavor.

How to Grow Wedding Pie Strain

The growing methods for Wedding Pie are very similar to those of the Grape Pie strain. Wedding pie strain grows best indoors, where the short flowering time and high yields can be fully enjoyed. Outdoors, it is a hearty plant that can withstand some colder climates. If you are looking for a strain to help you wind down after a long day or want to enjoy complete body relaxation, wedding pie is the perfect choice.

When grown outdoors, wedding pie plants will reach a height of around six feet. They should be planted in soil that is rich in organic matter and has been amended with plenty of compost. The plants will need plenty of room to spread out, so make sure you have at least ten square feet per plant. Make sure to water regularly and fertilize with a balanced fertilizer once a week. Using a mycelium starter in your soil will go a long way.

If you are growing wedding pie indoors, hydroponics systems work very well but soil grows will work just fine. The plants should be trained to grow as bushy as possible, so they don’t take up too much space. Flowering time for indoor grown wedding pies will be around eight weeks.

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