Candy Cane Autoflower Marijuana Seeds

4.98 out of 5 based on 55 customer ratings
(55 customer reviews)

Strain Overview

Fruity and sour in flavor, this 7-week strain is one of our sweetest tasting auto-flowering strains. Super easy to grow, this strain is a very strong, long-branching plant with a moderately high yield. An exotic strain with a long lasting and euphoric high, this strain is well loved by our customers because of its flavor and effect. The THC level of Candy Cane can reach up to 17.81% with CBD of 0.01% and CBN of 0.40%. It provides its smoker with a long-lasting body buzz.

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More About Candy Cane Autoflower

This Candy Cane variant is an auto-flowering feminized strain that is categorized as an easy grow. The flowering time is amazingly short at a mere 7 weeks, and this strain can grow both indoors and outdoors. This variant is indica-dominant at 60% indica, with 30% sativa and 10% ruderalis.

Nothing makes these seeds more attractive than their potency. Measuring more than 17%, their THC content ranges anywhere from moderate to high. This strain’s yield is 200g indoors and 100g outdoors. Candy Cane is the offspring of AK47, Mango, and White Widow.

This strain got its name for an obvious reason: it is incredibly sweet. Its scent and flavor are both fruity and exotic. The effect of Candy Cane is mostly euphoric. There is a lot of body buzz that comes with it, and it lasts for hours. You can lie down throughout most of the day and just enjoy the smooth and sweet sugary high induced by this strain. There are many sweet and fruity strains out there, but only Candy Cane offers this pure, unadulterated bliss.

We recommend that you add our auto-flowering feminized Candy Cane to your collection if you are looking for a sweet and exotic variant for your garden. This is also an ideal option if you are a fan of sweets and the happy buzz they offer. Smoking Candy Cane is an instant cheer up

55 reviews for Candy Cane Autoflower Marijuana Seeds

  1. 5 out of 5

    Angelo Cox:

    Candy Cane Autoflower was very easy to grow strain, the seeds were germinated after a day and started blooming in 7 weeks in an indoor space, the plant was very immune to pest and responds well to the nutrient I have given. that is why it develops a large bud that taste and smells like sweet berries and grows tall. The effects of this pot were very gentle and relaxing that could help me with my insomnia.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chelsey D.:

    I tried this many times with no doubt, its sweet taste so appetizing! Felt the buzz happiness follows.Relaxing menthol that comes out from the nostrils. It is an easy growing plant with high yield fit for new grower.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Billy Adams:

    I’m in my garden developing this strain. One of the three plants was male, and they chopped it down. The remaining three are rising and are flowering in their fifth week. One of the plants is thin, but the ratio of leaves to buds is high. The other two are simply rising fat tight buds. One of the plants had a sweet berry taste. The other one is still developing with close fat buds. Plants grow to a height of around 2 feet. As the plant is very strong and cold-resistant and reacts well to nutrients, you do not need specialized developing strategies. It’s not a difficult plant to cultivate. Excellent job Crop King Seeds!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mitchell Bahani:

    My order of Candy Cane Auto was definitely one of the fastest deliveries I’ve ever received, great job CKS! They grew very easily, made my own little potting mix and worked like a dream. I suggest giving them around 1 to 2 more weeks of curing, it really helps bring out the highs. Overall great strain! Looking forward to more buys

  5. 4 out of 5

    Third Year Grower:

    As mentioned, seeds were autos, or not so much. I only grew two:
    1. Planted in a pot indoors, went through the cycle like an auto
    2. Planted indoors with intention of putting it outside in spring, ended up putting it in the ground since it showed no sign of flowering, currently still growing, ready in about two weeks. Great flowers! Been in the ground since beginning of June, it’s now Sept. 2
    Expected dry harvest 8-10 oz.

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