Pyramid of the Sun

     2011 Introduction by Mick Morry  

 

Pyramid Of The Sun  (Mick Morry 2011 introduction)

Tet  (Ferengi Gold x Front Porch Swing)
Dormant, Mid Season, fragrant, 4.75-5.00 x 28"  4 way branching,

25-30 buds per scape, 20% polymerous.

Easily fertile both ways.

 $100 DBL fan.

Pyramid Of The Sun is a heavy, waxy electric yellow that has fantastic
flowering habits. It seems to like to flower with many flat,
beautifully formed blooms flowering at once. It throws up multiple
scapes and has high bud count on each scape. Pyramid Of The Sun is
the full pod sib to John And Yoko, and also Send Me South. Pyramid
Of The Sun has heavy sun and rain resistance, and holds its colour and
substance until the end of the day. It is a fine breeder of
polymerous children and often polys itself.

Pyramid Of The Sun is named after a World heritage site. The Pyramid
of the Sun is one of ancient Mexico's largest structures. It is nearly
200 feet high and 700 feet wide. The Pyramid was built on top of a
cave which was discovered in 1970. The cave is over 100 yards long and
ends in the shape of a four-leaf clover, with four chambers. In
ancient Mexico caves represented passageways to the underworld, but
were also thought of as the womb of the earth.