The Sundae Driver strain is truly top-shelf cannabis. Better still, you can grow your own with Premium Cultivar’s new Sundae Driver seeds, available just in time for 4/20! Before you start growing this amazing hybrid, read all about it below.
Sundae Driver Strain History
Sundae Driver cannabis, according to popular belief, was founded in 2018. This timeline makes sense since perfecting this highly sought-after Colorado strain most likely took a few years. Sundae Driver cannabis debuted on the west coast cannabis scene three years after Colorado legalized cannabis.
The Sundae Driver cannabis strain was created by skilled Colorado-based growers and breeders and Cannarado Genetics. It’s a 50/50 cross of Fruity Pebbles OG and Grape Pie.
What are the parents of the Sundae Driver strain?
Sundae Driver cannabis, occasionally known as “Sunday Driver,” is a cannabis hybrid strain created by crossing FPOG seeds and Grape Pie.
Is the Sundae Driver strain Indica or Sativa?
Sundae Driver cannabis is a Fruity Pebbles/Grape Pie cross and therefore a 50/50 Sativa/Indica hybrid.
Growing the Sundae Driver Strain
Expect plants to grow six feet or more since both Sundae Driver’s parent strains are well-known for their height. Because of their hardiness and ease of cultivation, these plants are ideal for high-stress training. It is possible to get more bud locations per plant by encouraging additional branches.
So that you don’t squander any resources, keep a check on your Sundae Driver plants if something goes wrong. Fortunately, Sundae Driver is a hardy plant, so you shouldn’t have any problems cutting your Sundae Driver plants.
Both parent strains prefer stable, mild circumstances. Temperatures can decrease a little in the night if you’d like to see some purple hints in Sundae Driver flowers. The calmer the circumstances, the larger the buds.
Is Sundae Driver Suitable for Beginners?
Due to Sundae Driver’s Genetics, these seeds can grow in more excellent conditions. However, there are more hermaphrodites in this plant than in other varieties.
Keep a watch on your Sundae Driver plants and keep the females separate from the males for this reason. For this reason, this breed may not be the best choice for beginners.