Wedding Gelato is the result of a love triangle that actually worked. No fighting over who is the dominant strain. Instead, the conception of Wedding Gelato takes all the best bits of her contributing parents and delivers them in a potent and flavoursome hit. Breathe in the saccharine flavour of Gelato, and breathe out the peppery notes of Wedding Cake.
Featuring a complicated yet mesmerising family tree, Wedding Gelato is the lovechild of several strains working harmoniously together. Each contributor brings their own unique element. The result is an incredibly rich and rewarding flavour profile matched by a balanced high. The love triangle in question starts with Triangle Kush x Animal Mints, creating Wedding Cake. Then, in true threesome spirit, Gelato 33 is added to spice up the partnership.Genetic diversity of Wedding Cake contributes the majority of her flavour.
Wedding Gelato is "sickly sweet" with earthy undertones. Lemons, a touch of mint, and vanilla swirl in the mouth like a creamy glass of hot milk. Leaning slightly toward indica genetically, this nearly balanced hybrid focusses its euphoric prowess on the mind. Waves of uplifting energy come hard and fast, so be prepared. Once she has finished cleansing any stressful thoughts, the high moves to your muscles. Mildly soothing, she will not lock you in a state of indica paralysis, but leave you free to wander the great outdoors.
Buds grow potent and compact, like small nuggets of concentrated power. The only suggestion of her strength—vibrant orange hairs. When set against the backdrop of dark green buds, growers can be forgiven for spending several hours admiring her beauty. Extra potent and supremely dank, Wedding Gelato can be enjoyed throughout the day. However, to fully appreciate her elaborate genetics, it is best to clear your schedule. She needs a full and uninterrupted afternoon to wash away the stress of modern living.
Take this diverse beauty outdoors, and she will be ready to harvest at the beginning of October. Indoors, flowering lasts approximately 60 days.