Due to its sweet aroma, gelato is a cross between Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies and Sunset Sherbet. Gelato (#33), also known as Larry Bird, was first grown in Northern California’s Bay Area and comes from a large genetic pool that was assembled by the Cookie Family, the Sherbinskis Family, and grower Mario Guzman.
After its creation, the cultivators split up, and it is uncertain which cultivator has the most “stable version” of Gelato genetics. A few phenotypes and offspring of the strain Gelato #42, Dolce Gelato, and a sun-grown Gelato are grown by Cookies. Gelato #41 (Bacio Gelato), Gelato #43 (Gello Gelato), Gelato #47 (Mochi Gelato), and Gelato #49 (Acai Berry Gelato) are four stabilized Gelato phenotypes that Sherbinskis also cultivates. The #33 phenotype is no longer being grown, according to Sherbinskis.
The strain is regarded as being difficult to grow, and each phenotype expresses various growth traits. It grows reasonably short plants with dark, magenta buds indoors that usually reach maturity 8 to 9 weeks after beginning the 12/12 flowering cycle. By mid-October in the Northern Hemisphere and mid-March in the Southern Hemisphere, outdoor growers can anticipate Gelato to be mature.
Potential growers must locate certified Gelato clones from Cookies to propagate it because its seeds aren’t offered for sale. At the moment, Sherbinksis doesn’t offer seeds or clones of its Gelato phenotypes for sale.