Grape Jelly [Fem]


Pack of 6 Seeds

Grape Pie x Animal Cookies

Seed Type: Feminized

Plant Size: MEDIUM

Terpenes: Fresh fruit and cookie dough.

Phenos: Violet, light purple, and green phenos.

Seed to Harvest Time: 60 – 70 days.

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Grape Pie x Animal Cookies

Grape Jelly – Fans of sweet, fruity cannabis strains can’t get enough Grape Jelly. This premium feminized hybrid is the offspring of two mouthwatering cultivars—Grape Pie and Animal Cookies. Grape Jelly produces an array of phenotypes that bring a splash of fruitiness to the renowned Cookies strain.

Grape Pie has received acclaim for its scrumptious flavor, relaxing effects, and hardy growth. Animal Cookies, in turn, is known for its exotic aroma, incredible resin production, and potency. By combining these two powerful strains, Greenpoint Seeds has created Grape Jelly—an Indica-dominant hybrid that combines the sweet, fruity flavor of Grape Pie and the exceptional bag appeal and potency of Animal Cookies.

Grape Jelly Strain

Grape Pie

The story of Grape Pie, the mother of Grape Jelly, starts with Cherry Pie—one of the most popular cannabis strains in recent years. Cherry Pie is a rare, clone-only cultivar that was created by Jigga, a well-known breeder associated with the Cookies Family of San Francisco. To create Cherry Pie, Jigga reportedly crossed Granddaddy Purple, Durban Poison, and an unknown strain referred to as “F1.”

Cherry Pie soon became a hit among growers and users, who couldn’t get enough of its sweet aroma and powerful effects. A Colorado-based breeder known as Cannarado Genetics acquired a cutting of Cherry Pie and crossed the clone-only cut with a select Grape Stomper male from Gage Green Genetics. Cannarado dubbed the resulting strain “Grape Pie,” to highlight its sugary-sweet aroma. He has since used Grape Pie to create many terpene-rich hybrids such as Orange Daiquiri and Sundae Driver.

Animal Cookies

Animal Cookies is a legendary, clone-only strain created by the Cookies Family of California. The Cookies Family, one of the most prestigious breeding collectives in the cannabis industry, has bred a long list of elite cultivars, including Thin Mint Cookies, Biscotti, and many others.

To create Animal Cookies, the breeders used the original Fire OG to pollinate the ever-popular Girl Scout Cookies. Animal Cookies combines the sweet-and-sour scent of Girl Scout Cookies with the savory flavor and stellar potency of Fire OG, creating a strain that is greater than the sum of its parts. Animal Cookies is considered one of the finest representations of Cookies, and for good reason. This strain delivers an incredibly narcotic stone that, according to many users, may ease pain and muscle tension. Its powerful high and one-of-a-kind flavor have made Animal Cookies a go-to for medical and recreational consumers.

Grape Jelly Feminized Cannabis Seeds

To create Grape Jelly, Greenpoint Seeds used the clone-only cut of Animal Cookies to pollinate a select phenotype of Grape Pie. Grape Jelly produces a variety of phenotypes that display the qualities of both parental lines. Some plants may offer the sweet, fruity flavor and resilient growth of Grape Pie, and others may provide the narcotic stone and incredible resin production of Animal Cookies. Most plants offer a blend of these characteristics.

Grape Jelly is an Indica-dominant feminized hybrid. Many growers choose feminized seeds because they make it easy and rewarding to grow high-quality cannabis. Approximately 99.9 percent of our feminized seeds produce female offspring. This means that growers no longer have to keep a watchful eye on the plants and separate the males before they pollinate the female plants.

Grape Jelly Aroma

One of Grape Pie’s most cherished qualities is its mouthwatering aroma. This cultivar produces a sweet, fruity bouquet that most users find irresistible. True to its name, Grape Pie smells strongly of grapes. This fruity aroma is blended with undertones of soil and herbs.

Animal Cookies offers a pungent, sweet-and-tangy bouquet that is wonderfully complex. This strain is packed with terpenes that exude notes of sweet cookie dough, menthol, petrol, and skunk, with undertones of mixed nuts and damp soil. When breaking apart the dried flowers, hints of pepper, pine, and cherry emerge.

Grape Jelly combines the fruity fragrance of Grape Pie with the sweet-and-sour tang of Animal Cookies, creating a terpene-rich strain that is highly aromatic. Grape Jelly offers a robust bouquet of grape, cherry, and cookie dough, mixed with bitter notes of soil, skunk, and pine.

Grape Jelly Flavor

Grape Jelly brings together the scrumptious flavors of Grape Pie and Animal Cookies. Grape Jelly tastes of fresh fruit and cookie dough, with hints of petrol and soil. Some phenotypes may offer more of an herbal, grape flavor, and others may take on the sweet-and-sour taste of Animal Cookies.

Grape Jelly Effects

Grape Pie is a potent strain known to produce more than 20 percent THC. The high comes on quickly, with a cerebral rush of euphoria that may elevate the mood and relieve stress. Soon, the Indica effects kick in, soothing the body and providing a deep sensation of relaxation. Users report that this variety offers a calming effect but doesn’t make them feel drowsy or lethargic. When consumed in moderation, Grape Pie can be enjoyed at any time of day.

In contrast, Animal Cookies is cherished for its sedating stone. This potent variety may relieve stress, and ease pain and muscle tension in the body. When consumed in excess, Animal Cookies may leave users feeling calm, cozy, and ready for a good night’s sleep. This cultivar is perfect for a relaxing weekend toke or late-night indulgence.

Grape Jelly delivers a well-balanced effect that calms the mind and soothes the body. This variety is more sedating than Grape Pie but slightly more uplifting than Animal Cookies. The high starts with a wave of positivity and slowly descends into a body-numbing stone. Some Grape Pie-dominant phenotypes may produce a stronger cerebral effect, and some Animal Cookies-dominant phenotypes may be more narcotic and sleep-inducing.

Grape Jelly Structure

Grape Pie, the mother of Grape Jelly, is of medium height, with robust stems, substantial lateral branching, and moderate internodal spacing. This variety forms thick, dark-green leaves that may display hues of purple when exposed to cold temperatures. Grape Pie produces medium-size colas that are heavy and sticky. The flowers are dense and frosty and are decorated with violet sugar leaves and orange pistils.

Animal Cookies is medium to tall in height, with thin, stretchy branches, long petioles, and small leaves that may present hues of yellow and purple as harvest time nears. Animal Cookies form dense, light-green buds that are spattered with bright-orange pistils and shades of violet in the sugar leaves. The flowers are extremely compact and glazed in a thick layer of resin.

Grape Jelly is medium to tall in height, with long, lanky branches and emerald-green leaves that are outlined with thick rails of resin. This cultivar forms medium-size colas that are generously dusted with trichomes. The rock-hard buds feature purple sugar leaves, red-orange pistils, and a heavy blanket of trichomes. When exposed to cold temperatures, the leaves and flowers may display striking shades of violet and red.

Growing Grape Jelly

Grape Pie is a beginner-friendly strain that grows vigorously and is easy to cultivate. This variety is resistant to many pests and diseases and recovers quickly from most environmental stressors. Grape Pie is adaptable and can thrive both indoors and outdoors, in a variety of climates. When provided with ample lighting and a temperate climate, Grape Pie is capable of producing a generous yield of top-shelf buds.

Animal Cookies, however, is known to be a finicky strain that is challenging to grow. This variety is sensitive to environmental stressors and requires a micronutrient-rich diet, plenty of lighting, a stable pH, and a temperate climate.

Grape Jelly offers the vigor and resilience of Grape Pie and the exceptional resin production and potency of Animal Cookies This cultivar is moderately easy to grow and is resistant to most pests and diseases. Grape Jelly can flourish both indoors and outdoors, using a variety of cultivation methods. When provided with a temperate climate, ample lighting, and proper nutrition, this variety can produce a bountiful yield of potent, frosty flowers.

Most phenotypes of Grape Jelly stretch significantly during the flowering period. Growers can control the growth of the plants by using high-stress or low-stress training methods such as topping, fimming, and super cropping, during the vegetative growth period. This will limit the stretch and boost the yield of Grape Jelly.

Pest & Disease Control

Grape Jelly is resistant to most pests and diseases; however, some phenotypes may be prone to powdery mildew. Growers can prevent powdery-mildew infections by removing excess fan leaves, providing adequate ventilation, and reducing the humidity in the grow room. Foliar sprays such as water and sodium bicarbonate solutions may help stop the spread of powdery mildew.

Due to the unusual density and resin coverage of the flowers, some Grape Jelly plants may be susceptible to bud rot, particularly if grown in a humid environment. Growers can prevent bud rot by pruning the plants, avoiding overwatering, providing sufficient ventilation, and keeping the humidity level below 50 percent during the flowering stage.

Cookies strains tend to perform best when given an ample supply of calcium and magnesium. Some phenotypes of Grape Jelly may also benefit from additional calcium and magnesium. Growers can avoid deficiencies of these nutrients by including a cal-mag supplement in the feeding schedule or amending the growing medium with dolomite lime, crushed oyster shells, and gypsum. Most growers use a pH meter to ensure that the plants receive a consistent pH and can absorb the optimum amount of nutrients.

Harvesting & Curing Grape Jelly

Most Grape Jelly plants reach maturity in nine weeks, but some may take an additional week to ripen fully. Growers typically use a microscope or magnifying glass to examine the resin glands on the flowers. When the resin glands turn milky white, the plants are likely ripe and ready to be harvested.

If the plants are harvested early, Grape Jelly might provide a more stimulating cerebral high. If Grape Jelly is harvested late, this variety tends to deliver a more calming and relaxing effect. Harvesting Grape Jelly at peak ripeness will allow growers to achieve optimum potency and yield.

Growers usually stop fertilizing Grape Jelly one to two weeks before harvest and flush the plants with filtered water. Flushing removes stored fertilizers and chlorophyll in the buds and makes them more flavorful. During the flushing stage, Grape Jelly’s fan leaves may fade to shades of yellow or purple.

The plants are ready for harvest after they have been thoroughly flushed. Growers kick off the harvesting process by chopping down the top colas first. Next, they remove the fan leaves and trim the sugar leaves that surround the buds. These sticky sugar leaves can be used to make THC-rich products such as edibles, tinctures, and extracts.

Once the buds have been neatly trimmed, growers dry them by placing the branches on drying racks for three to six days. When the stems become brittle and the flowers feel crispy, have been adequately dried.

After drying the flowers, the last step is to cure them. Growers place the buds in jars and store them in a cool, dark place, with moderate humidity. Once or twice a day, they open the jars to prevent mold and moisture from accumulating on the flowers. After a few weeks of curing, the buds are ready to be smoked; however, it may take as long as eight weeks to fully cure them.

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