Cola | Noun

/ˈkōlə/

  1. (Source: Maximum Yield) Cola is a botanical term that describes the flowering site of a female plant. In the case of cannabis cultivation, it refers to a cannabis plant. Note that the cola actually consists of the entire flower, as well as its connection to the larger plant. Colas always form near the end of a major branch, as this provides the most access to sunlight and pollinators for the flower (bud/nug). In the female cannabis plant, the flowering site is called a cola. To distill that down further, the cola is where the bud blossoms. In essence, the entire bud and the surrounding plant material constitute the cola. cannabis colas are long, narrow, and grow vertically. They can be “popcorn” buds, which carry a lower cash value, or they can be large and robust, meaning they have a higher cash value, and also contain higher concentrations of cannabinoids and terpenes.