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Cream Caramel by Sweet Seeds is one of the most delicious plants you can smoke. This legendary strain is known around the globe for its amazing results and delicious flavors.
Cream Caramel by Sweet Seeds grows incredibly large, dense and resinous buds all over its branches, and an impressively large central stem. Cream Caramel comes from a combination between Blue Black, Maple Leaf Indica and a resinous White Rhino. This strain has won competitions all over the world and can be grown by both experienced and novice growers.
Indoors it’ll take around 9 weeks to flower which is a bit long indoors, making up for it with quality flowers. This plant ends up covered in resin, even on the largest leaves – if you use Delta 9 you’ll be able to increase its resin yield even more; it’ll look like it’s been snowed on. With around 12 plants per square meter you can harvest around 500g using 600w lights. It likes being grown in hydroponics, where you’ll be able to get the most out of it. Due to having White genes, you’ll need to take care with its feeding schedule as it can easily have issues with deficiencies and excess nutrients.
Outdoors it should be ready to harvest towards mid-October. It’s rot-sensitive, so you’ll definitely need to treat it in order to prevent mishaps. If you want to grow slightly smaller plants, you should plant them around a month after the recommended planting period for indica plants. You can get an incredible 900g per properly-grown plant that’s been fed properly. It grows incredibly hard buds thanks to its White Rhino genes, combined with Blue Black and Maple Leaf Indica. Make sure to take special care of it during the first 2-3 weeks.
It has a sort of earthy, sweet flavor that gives an intense indica effect with certain sativa aspects to it such as a constant smile and a potent psychedelic sensation. Cream Caramel can also be medicinal as well in as far as muscle relaxing and mentally relaxing treatments.