When looking at both of the parents in this cross one might wonder how we came up with ‘Huckleberry Pepper’ as the name, but to put it simply, we’re just calling it like we
see smell it.
The plants that grow from these seeds are strong and sturdy and surprisingly uniform in structure and appearance. Buds are reddish or purple in color, large, and more or less smelled like ground black pepper and berries. FRom the ones we grew you could tell that most of the DNA was inherited from the Huckleberry Soda side, but there was one phenotype that leaned towards the Pineapple Pomegranate F3 that had a superb, sweet, pink bubblegum aroma, and a different look or vibe to it. We are certain there are other phenos to find too. The keeper plant for us was a plant that looked almost identical to Black Cherry Soda. Of all the crosses we’ve made using Huckleberry Soda, few plants actually come out looking like BCS, but we have to say this is one of the closest. It’s short in stature, has giant buds, and the perfume is notable, comprised of red skittles, berries, and black pepper. The terpene B-caryophyllene is responsible for the black pepper aroma, which came from Huckleberry Soda, who inherited it from Black Cherry Soda.
52-58 day flowering time