Female cannabis Female plants are basically what everyone is looking for when growing cannabis, since these are the ones that produce the buds, which is the part of the plant that contains the most THC. With just one male plant and a minuscule amount of pollen, your plants could end up filling their flowers with seeds. Also known as “flower buds”, the flowers of a cannabis plant are the fruit of your labor. They contain the cannabinoids and terpenes that place it or offer health benefits.
Flowers only grow on female cannabis plants and must be dried before consumption. The tail of the cannabis plant is a group of buds that grow close together, almost in a heap. Small tails can be found above and below the low branches, but the main tail is almost always found on the top of the marijuana plant. The flowers of the female marijuana plant can be identified by their small teardrop-shaped structures, which consist of pistils attached to the bracts.
Cannabis flowers are usually covered with a layer of frost-looking trichomes, with a higher density of trichomes, making the flower more desirable. So far, we haven't talked much about hermaphrodite cannabis plants in our little discussion of plant sex. A hermaphrodite is a plant that has male and female reproductive parts. An example is a female marijuana plant that can produce floral buds and male pollen sacs.
Hermaphrodites are as “dangerous” as male plants because they can pollinate an entire female crop. The marijuana bud is the harvested flower that comes from a female cannabis plant. Buds dry and heal before they are ready to smoke. This is where you take a cutting of an Indica cannabis or Sativa cannabis plant and put it in the ideal conditions of growth in soil or hydroponics.