About Seattle Summer
You don’t have to live in the Pacific Northwest to enjoy the effects of Seattle Summer, a pretty mysterious strain by Cascade Gnome. While the growers themselves don’t mind making their public presence known, this particular bud is hard to find and seems to keep her data under lock and key. After all, if you crossed Orange Sherbert with Gorilla Cookies, wouldn’t you want to protect the outcome too?
As a hybrid strain, Seattle Summer appears to be fairly moderate when it comes to her potency, although exact THC numbers haven’t been published to verify this fact. Just about as beautiful as you can imagine, nugs are a light green shade with a dense structure, featuring sparkling trichomes and a ton of orange hairs. Pulling mostly from her Orange Sherbert genetics, this bud provides flavors of citrus and cream that many note reminds them of summers gone by. Mirroring her tastes, Seattle Summer smells just like a piece of delicious candy.
Since the potency of this bud isn’t as straightforward as many would like it to be, you’ll have to undergo a little bit of trial and error to see how she affects you. It’s widely reported that Seattle Summer is a daytime-only strain as she tends to impart feelings of energy, joy, and creativity, so consider taking her along with you on a fun adventure with friends or rely on her to help you plow through your to-do list with ease. For those who like to utilize cannabis for more medicinal purposes, it’s often said that Seattle Summer can help with feelings of anxiety or depression along with other physical complaints.
The team at Cascade Gnome is quite committed to producing strains that are unique and grown using organic methods in the beautiful Washington sunshine, so it’s not surprising that home growers have a hard time finding seeds of their creations. In fact, Seattle Summer isn’t even listed on their website, leaving many wondering if she was just a one-time limited edition strain. At best, you can keep your eyes out for stray seeds within every nug you purchase, but make sure to consult with an expert cultivator before you do any planting.
Located mostly in Washington, Seattle Summer could be a tough strain to come across if you live in any other part of the country. Those who have been fortunate enough to smoke her have raved time and time again that she’s the perfect pairing for summertime fun, but if you happen to find her in the dreary winter months, you can at least pretend it’s beautiful outside. Her flavors are absolutely delicious, so make sure to pace yourself as you toke.