Right now, the following rank among the top-selling strains available from Garden Ablaze - each of which is well worth checking out in its own right:
Created by combining the genetics of Strawberry Banana and Cherry Pie, Nana Pie is bursting with bakery-fresh fragrances and a ton of juicy berries on the nose.
An extremely easy to grow strain with an average flowering time of approximately eight weeks, Nana Pie yields like it’s a competition and impresses with blistering bag appeal.
More enjoyable than any trip to the local candy store, Cherry Sherbet represents a mouthwatering amalgamation of all the best bits of both Sour Sherbet and Cherry Pie male. The result of which is a terpene-heavy monster with exceptional trichome production on one of the most indulgent flavors of any strain you’re likely to lay your hands on.
As an added bonus, Cherry Sherbet is also a consistently generous yielder, asking little to no TLC in return.
If you’re noticing something of a pattern by now, it’s for a good reason. Pretty much everything Garden Ablaze stands for is on the sweet and sexy side of cannabis, where fruity-candy flavors are everything. This stuff being no exception to the rule, which was created by combining the genetics of Sherbet Dreams and Cherry Pie. The result of which doesn't take a genius to figure out - a beautifully colorful, heavy-yielding and fantastic smelling specimen that gets the mouth watering from 100 yards away.
Indica-dominant with a heavy and tranquilizing stone that lingers for hours, Neverland is known for producing the prettiest purple hues imaginable as the flowers approach maturity. Neverland was created by combining the genetics of Candyland with Cherry Pie, resulting in another super-indulgent hybrid that’s easy to grow and almost impossible to go wrong with.
Last but not least, Sour Sherbet came about as the result of an experiment combining Sunset Sherbet with . As you’d expect, the resulting specimen has an extremely complex fragrance profile, which combines the sweetness of a candy store with the funky fuel-like stink of classic Diesel.
Sour Sherbet’s exceptionally heavy terpene content makes her a firm favorite among medical marijuana users, though her generous THC content also does the business for recreational audiences.