About Apple Tartz
History and Genetics
With Apple Fritter and Runtz as its famous parents, Apple Tartz is a balanced 50/50 hybrid that will leave you oh-so-fruitly blazed. Apple Fritter’s genetics (Sour Apple x Animal Cookies) gives this strain its prominent relaxing effects, while the fruity Runtz (Zkittlez x Gelato) infuses it with uplifting impacts - a match made in weed heaven!
Appearance, Aroma and Flavor
Apple Tartz is a beautiful dark pear color, covered with long golden pistils. To top off this impressively pretty bud, there is a dense coating of frosty trichomes. This strain will definitely be the apple of your eye.
As the name entails, this strain smells like a deliciously tart crisp apple. The fruity scents are accompanied by gassy and creamy undertones. Upon inhaling, the sweet, sour and cinnamon flavors are prominent - the dessert-like flavor makes Apple Tartz a great addition to a well-balanced breakfast. The sweetness continues through the exhale, with nodes of diesel, floral and berry cream to finish this perfect smoke.
This strain is great for all times of the day, but its elevating effects make it perfect for a wake and bake. You can feel the sativa right after smoking, leaving you with a delightfully buzzing euphoric head high. As the high continues, the indica kicks in, which allows your entire body to enter a calming relaxed state. The smoke is smooth, but the impacts are definitely hard hitting.
Apple Tartz gives a long high, so if you smoke it in the morning, the effects will likely continue into the afternoon. Although the relaxing effects are prominent, the strain is no couch-lock as its uplifting properties keeps you feeling joyful, focused and ready to take on the day.
The super high THC level of around 26% makes Apple Tartz great for helping chronic pain and depression. Long-lasting, potent, and mouth wateringly delicious, this strain will give you your apple-y ever after!
Apple Tartz is a difficult strain to grow as it requires a lot of maintenance and strong growing skills to get good buds. It grows tall and dense, and if not properly trimmed during growing, it will be hard to control. It takes 63-70 days to flower, and grows best in warmer temperatures between 18-27 degrees Celsius.