Grape Pie: Intense Fruity Experience
Grape Pie was created by combining two fruity cannabis varieties, Cherry Pie and Grape Stomper. Each parent strain added something unique to their progeny's genetics, resulting in a plant that's packed with flavour and offers an easy grow-op. With a good THC content of 22%, Grape Pie delivers a pronounced experience, superb for relaxing the whole body and elevating the mind. Its indica dominance is visible in the grow room, where it creates rather bushy plants. Not difficult to look after, the plants can benefit from the use of LST to allow for light penetration and to maximise yields.
Aromas, Flavours and Effects of Grape Pie: A Solid Hit of Terpenes
After curing and drying the buds, Grape Pie's smoke or vapor definitely won't disappoint. This strain produces intense flavours of grapes that complement well the more peppery and menthol notes. While users enjoy the fragrant experience, their minds and bodies are tended to. Initially, a wave of euphoria lifts the mood, and later soothing sensations are sent through the body, to thoroughly relax it. Grape Pie is an excellent choice for the evening, to help wind down before a restful sleep.
Growing Grape Pie: Beautiful Purple Plants
This strain has the potential to put on a real show. In optimal conditions, it flaunts purple hues towards the end of its lifecycle. These plants are not difficult to grow but they prefer a stable environment and consistent conditions, which makes them somewhat more suited to indoor growing. Even so, Grape Pie can thrive under the sun and can produce 350–450g per plant, ready in mid-October. In indoor setups, growers can expect to harvest a reasonable 280–340g/m².
Grow your own Grape Pie
- Grow difficulty
- Flowering type
- Flowering time
- 9-10 weeks
- Harvest time (outdoor)
- Mid October
- Yield (indoor)
- Yield (outdoor)
- Height (indoor)
- Height (outdoor)
Lineage of Grape PieFold Unfold
- Cherry Pie