Cinderella Cake Feminized is relatively easy to grow. She’s a treasured strain among cannabis home growers because of her relatively shorter flowering periods and generous yields, which she owes to her Cinderella 99 lineage. On the other hand, this lady’s long, leafy branches and impressive resin production are from Lemon Pie.
The strain’s flowers have a distinct shape and texture. They are almost spherical and range in size from medium to large. These buds have a slightly yellow glow thanks to the wealth of amber trichomes that cover them. Meanwhile, her sugar leaves are densely packed, with a somewhat fluffy appearance. Vibrant orange pistils add a pop of color to these tiny mossy green leaves, giving the entire flowering site a variety of hues.
If you don’t want her to grow very tall and create extra problems for yourself, having a Screen of Green (SCROG) setup is a must with Cinderella 99. Her height makes light penetration more difficult, causing the strain to produce undeveloped buds in her lower half. While high-intensity discharge (HID) lighting may seem like a great option, it is essential to note that the top portions of your plant might get scorched, creating an entirely new and even greater concern.
To keep her height in check, top Cinderella Cake, then practice SCROG to move the branches and create new bud sites across the screen mesh, evenly distributing the flowers across the top canopy and properly distributing light throughout the plant to produce high-quality nugs.
Cinderella Cake does not require additions or supplements besides regular feeding and watering. You can harvest up to 500 grams per square meter after 9 to 10 weeks of flowering, which is very short for a Sativa strain. This should make all efforts pains worthwhile.
For Cinderella Cake plants, low humidity and lots of sunshine are the perfect conditions. She’ll still grow adequately in colder regions, but her yields are more likely to be reduced. The harvest begins in the middle of October and lasts until the end of the month, and you can get as much as 600 grams of lemon-scented nugs per plant in favorable climate conditions.