sctts Tuesday, 10/13/20 02:54:23 PM Re: lovethatgreen post# 6853 Post # of 6907 Size & Growth Being an indica-dominant variety, Cherry Wine grows “bushier” than many sativa-dominant plants and maintains a dark, hunter green color during its vegetative stage. When grown in soil indoors, we have collected data that shows the plant will reach approx. 3 feet in width and 5 feet in height over a 13 week grow period (1 week germination, 5 week vegetative and 7 week flowering). Cherry Wine vegetative week 3. Photo taken 3.11.2020 on Cannon M50. When grown in soil in a greenhouse, we have collected substantially more data to show that Cherry Wine can reach up to 3 feet in width and 6 feet in height when grown over a 13 week grow period (1 week germination, 5 weeks vegetative and 7 week flowering). When grown outdoors, we have been provided data by Tree of Life Seeds collected over the prior four years showing that Cherry Wine will grow approximately 4.5 feet in width and 5.5 feet – 6.5 feet in height. The largest variability in size from all the data collected and provided was in the outdoor growing environments where soil, nutrients and weather play a large role on the health and growth of Cherry Wine.