6 or more fem seeds per pack.
The Venetian Cherries is a cross of Cherry pie and Cherry Noir from Leo Stone. She has a taste and smell like cherry pie but with a musky, cherry wine hint to it. The keeper pheno was hunted out of 91 females over the course of 3 years. She is sexually stable and offers a nice range of cherry terps with citrus, piney and kushy phenos to be found too. Lots of purple and magenta in the line. My keeper turns purple around day 15 of flower. The musky cherries lingers and sticks around for the whole joint. She produces that sandy/gritty resin. She grows fast and stretches 2-3x depending on container size. She doesn’t have hardly any leaves and is a breeze to trim. The only negative thing about this plant is she is stubborn to root clones. The trick around it is to take a bigger, apical top for cloning and/or harden off your clones first. Then she’ll root fairly fast after being hardened off.
Pictured is our Venetian Cherries keeper pheno.