Bloom time: 63 to 73 days
Effect: sativa or indica
Aromas/flavors: orange candy, nail polish, cheese, earth, and/or cantaloupe
Lineage: Boston Cream Pie x Eastcoasterlamb
Extended lineage: ([Triangle Kush x Mendocino Purple] x [Tangie x Star Pupil]) x (Mr. E x Lamb’s Bread)
Shepherd's Pie is a stunner. She develops late for everything but doesn't disappoint at all. Every node puts out extra swollen flowers and stacks like no other. Some phenos’ leaves put on a beautiful display mixed of reds, purples, and yellows.These plants get super bushy and rage under the natural sun or properly utilized high-ppfd indoors.
This plant can seem disappointing at first, but you have to be patient with her for her to shine. She grows tall before stretching her secondaries, so if you want to speed up budsite development, top her very early into veg. This plant doesn't seem to care about what you do to her, but if you want her to reach her potential, support her branches and don’t overwater. Shep’s doesn’t need much defoliation, as she will produce evenly large buds on every site. Most phenos are indica-like in effect, but you may find some ECL leaning types that are sativa.
Resistant to: bud rot, high wind, drought, rootbound