Strains Plush Berry

Plush Berry Strain

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  • Classification: Indica (80%)/Sativa (20%)
  • Parents: Black Cherry Soda x Space Queen
  • Growing Environment: Indoor/Outdoor/Greenhouse
  • Garden Skills: Intermediate
  • Flowering Time: 8 - 9 weeks
  • Height: Medium
  • Yield: Moderate
  • Medical Uses: Pain relief, anxiety, PTSD
  • Breeder: TGA Subcool
  • Buzz Rating: Somehow, Plush Berry provides an effect that is both heavily relaxing/sedating as well as heady and stimulating, at the same time. Most users tend to feel relaxed in the body, but fully alert in the mind. This strain is great for dealing with stress and anxiety, or just for relaxing inside or a drizzly, rainy day.

    While this strain has some of the best bag appeal around, Subcool bred it with the intention of having the best aroma and flavors around. He certainly exceeded expectations in all of those categories and then some. The flavors are of sweet blackberries and Life Savers candy, with delicate aromas of blackberry jam. This is one for the gods, with regards to flavor and aroma. The potency is top-notch as well, although with such great flavors, it's hard to comprehend that the potency can be equally good.

    Subcool recommends topping these ladies, in order to get them to branch out and become bushier, as a means of increasing yield. There are two phenotypes with this one. One is a shorter, but lanky variety that has long, thin leaves and produces buds that are pink in color. This variety is a lower yielder, but tends to have greater potency and flavor. The second phenotype will get larger and bushier in stature, but will produce more weight, with slightly decreased flavors and potency. Both phenos are eight or nine-week flowering strains and will do best when cultivated in soil.

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    Guest | Nov 8, 2013
    I grew this two years ago. It's crap.