Genetic Heritage: Stardawg Illuminati Cut x Chemdogging
Creme de la Cuhem grows fast and thick with good vigour producing huge dark green fans and if you peer beneath them you’ll see fast branching progression from early on. She definitely benefits hugely from some leaf tucking/manipulation in order to get those lower branches up from under the canopy but once you do, the many secondary branches form a platform equal in height, with just the main cola poking out above.
Creme de la Chem is a medium sized automatic, but if she’s able to grow and branch freely, will often be as wide as she is tall.
She flowers at a medium-rate wrapping up in around 65 days within a good environment. The flower formations result in golf ball (or often larger) round nuggets at the end of a branch, density is well well up there.
Creme de la Chem is really a delight, both surprising and surpassing our expectations, she puts on a thick coat of sticky white almost furry frost, which contrasts beautifully against the cooler autumnal colours she puts out through her flowering phase as she gets her fade on. As well as visual appeal, she ticks all the boxes in the smell department too. (Read: Odour control warning!) Smells emerge initally as quite sweet to floral, with hints of incense and spice. However as the flowers build the intensity of the aromas do too.