Gelato feminized seeds (Blimburn Seeds)
Gelato from Blimburn Seeds is a feminized seed version of a long time clone-only favorite US cannabis strain. It’s a Sativa-dominant hybrid known for it’s remarkable fruity taste and high potency, testing as high as 27% THC. It finishes flowering in 8-10 weeks with yields going up to 500g/m² or 700g per plant. Its bag appeal is increased by colorful, dark-purple and lilac hues.
- Blimburn Seeds
- Deeeply satisfying
- Sunset Shebert x Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies
- 160 - 200 cm
- 500 g/m² indoors700 g/plant outdoors
- 56 - 70 days
- Sativa dominant
- 27 %
Smelly, Fragrant And Resinous
Gelato is a Sativa-dominant cannabis strain, a cross between Sunset Sherbert, a fruity Indica and Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies, a delicious, potent and resinous phenotypes of GSC. It was a clone-only strain for a long time, originating from Bay Area, California and taking the US cannabis scene by a storm. Well known for its sweet and fruity, dessert-like flavors and aromas, characteristic for Cookies line genetics. Plants are fast growing, vigorous and versatile with good resistance against mold, mildew and bud rot.
It finishes flowering in 8-10 weeks with yields up to 500g/m2 indoors or 700g per plant outdoors where plants can reach 160-200cm. Buds tend to be smaller but dense, thick and sticky with dark-purple or lilac hues, usually fully coated with resin and covered with fiery orange hairs, testing up to 27% THC.
- Adding a carbon filter indoors is recommended
- Outdoors it prefers sunny, warm and less humid climates, similar to California
- It will benefit from light pruning and defoliation
Gelato: Fruity And Sweet Candy-Like Treat
Gelato’s effects are calm, clear and relaxing at first, transitioning into an uplifting, happy and creative, ideal to use throughout the day. Its flavors are sweet and fruity with minty with citric undertones and its aromas are fresh and strong - candy-sweet and floral with hints of earth and herbs. It’s used medicinally to treat stress, depression, anxiety and glaucoma.