Why should I buy Meringue feminized seeds?
- Unique USA genetics
- Very sweet aroma and fruity flavors
- Compact buds with one of the highest THC levels
- The quality of the flowers is top-notch with an amazing bag appeal
Meringue has a very sweet aroma and fruity flavor
Meringue is a hybrid indica/sativa strain with a complex fruity aroma that leans to the tangy side of the spectrum but a bit sweeter. It smells like oranges, mango, and honey with some earthy, sour hints. Her aroma profile is also very pungent.
Meringue is a connoisseur’s delight
Meringue is a high-quality strain. She might not be the biggest overall yielder but the level of quality is definitely a reason to keep growing her again and again. Expect solid yields of stunning-looking buds. Although the flowers can be a bit smaller, they are rock-hard and thus will still put down some weight on the scale. When handled well she will deliver you some of the most beautiful looking nuggets on the planet. The dark hues in the flowers and leaves make the white layer of resin really pop out for an eye-catching bag appeal.
Meringue strain info: The fruitiest USA genetics
Meringue is grown by crossing Wedding Cake x Animal Cookies.
Wedding Cake, also known as Pink Cookies, is a USA cross of the famous Girl Scout Cookies and Cherry Pie. These 2 strains make for the intense sweet tangy taste of the variety. It is also noted for its extremely high THC content.
Animal Cookies is another popular USA variety that is a child of the legendary GSC line and Fire OG. She is a clone-only variety that flowers in about 9 weeks and grows very dense and compact buds that can show some dark colorations in the flowers. This strain has a sweet and sour aroma with a strong body effect that will suit the more experienced smoker.
The genetics used to create Meringue ensure the following characteristics:
- A sweet tangy aroma from the Wedding Cake
- The dense, compact and colored buds from the Animal Cookies
- High potency levels thanks to both the Wedding Cake and Animal Cookies genetics
Meringue is a top-notch variety with a high cannabinoid profile and an intensely sweet, pungent aroma.
Meringue is a crossing of 2 popular hybrid USA strains. She leans a bit more to the Indica side which is shown in the shorter flowering time and bud structure. The effect of the variety is quite euphoric with a powerful sense of well-being and relaxation. When you smoke more during a short period of time you will be rewarded with a deep body stone which could give a couch-lock experience.
Meringue feminized seeds vs Lemon Meringue strain
Any fans of the USA Lemon Meringue variety will love the Dutch Passion Meringue. Both varieties share a THC-rich high and a connoisseur flavor profile. However feminized seeds of the Dutch Passion Meringue are thought to produce frostier plants and a superior vaping experience.
The growth and flowering time of Meringue
We recommend a veg period of about 4-6 weeks for these feminized seeds. Meringue can have a bit of a slow start while showing some stretch during the latter part of the growth period. On the other hand, she doesn’t stretch a lot during flowering, so she can be a bit challenging to understand. Meringue can have quite an unusual growth pattern with leaves that have elongated stems and which are pointed upwards with some distance to the main stem. This requires the use of certain growing techniques, like leaf tucking, to make sure she receives sufficient light from top to bottom.
Meringue stays fairly compact and within 3-4 weeks there is already a lot of resin on the flowers. After 6 weeks of flowering the buds start to show orange pistils, they seem to ripen quite fast. Luckily all plants show amazing resin production, making them very appealing to the eye.
The flowering time is about 8 weeks. In combination with the recommended veg phase, it will take around 12-14 weeks from cannabis seed to harvest.
The yield of the Meringue
Meringue produces XL harvests of top-notch quality cannabis; between 400 and 500 grams per m2 is possible. The buds are really frosty and dense.