Annunaki Genetics – Scentuous Strain – Fem Photo

Lemon Cheesecake x Purple Pineapple Express #4 (resistant to powdery mildew)

Mother: Lemon Cheesecake is easily one of our favorite plants of all time and sits somewhere in our top 5 list.
We don’t have any plans of parting with her anytime soon, or maybe ever, considering we are one of the only ones with her.

Many years ago before any recreational states were online, we briefly worked with one of the largest medical clone facilities in the PNW.
They had a ‘legal’ physical brick and mortar storefront with hundreds of clones for sale and they REALLY wanted our Black Cherry Soda plant.
After a year or two of saying no, we finally said yes. The catch was that we could personally come pick out any of their many strains for this one we had.
This place had a MASSIVE amount of varieties…. holding over 200 huge mother plants in one space.
Needless to say, there was a lot to choose from! (This is when we picked up a few of our keepers that we’ve bred with throughout the years.)

Somehow the “Pam’s Lemon Cheesecake” plant had been mislabeled or misrepresented, so we decided to drop the ‘Pams’ in the name and just call it ‘Lemon Cheesecake’ (and the genetics ‘unknown’) because there was no denying the incredible aroma it had!
It was just too fitting to change the name to anything else.

Typically, if we are uncertain about genetics or can’t confirm a strains true name or origin, then we would pass on it just because there are so many other easily verified cannabis varieties to work with, but not this one, nope. This one was too unique.
The heavenly aroma, the somewhat loose, wide to narrow conical bud structure, and the huge, deeply-serrated leaves… we had to keep it.
And I’m glad we did because we’ve had her for nearly a decade now.

She happens to be one of the parents of the strain that first put us on the map– Pink LemonAid (#2). PL2 definitely got her insane trichome coverage from her mother, Lemon Cheesecake, and just by chance we’ve not offered another seed variety that hails from her name, until now!

‘Father’: Purple Pineapple Express #4 is one of our favorite plants, and she just so happens to be one of the first crosses we ever made!
Nearly 10 years ago, we used a beautiful Pineapple Express female and crossed her to a special non-serrate leaf Huckleberry Hound male.
Each of the Purple Pineapple Express phenotypes were extremely nice in appearance, all expressing purple flowers with huge, fat buds and exceptional yields, but we decided to keep the #4 phenotype because of her sturdy stature, fantastic bud production, her insanely resinous pewter-purple flowers, and her stellar high.

Scentuous seeds were named after the sensuous aroma that the beautiful blooms exude.
It’s a complex scent with a floral base, with notes of pastries, berry fruits, and sugary candy.
Most plants show pink, red, and purple colors throughout, showing a nice mix of both parents.
But our favorites are the ones that look like the mother parent, Lemon Cheesecake, that have the special look to the flower buds and the similar, sensuous aroma profile from the maternal parent.

The plants are mostly short, stout, and bushy with a very healthy yield, and one can expect Scentuous plants to double in height during the flower stretch.
Ideal for a screen of green setup. The high is fantastic too! It’s uplifting and euphoric and inspires creativity.
A couple phenotypes have a rather hard come down after the initial uplifting high, while the others are pleasant and beg to be smoked more, which we certainly oblige!

This is one of our favorite daytime smokes without question.


(Disclaimer: When growing cannabis there is something called phenotypical expressions. This means a strain can express itself (look differently) from plant to plant. Our breeder photos show one of potentially many phenotypical expressions)

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