It's not exactly the same thing but Bodhi apparently has a Goji F2 cut named "Santa Cruz Strawberry Cheesecake"or "Strawberry Cream Cheese" (I think they're the same thing). A couple different quotes...Well ... the pheno of strawberry goji that got the cut 3-4 weeks early due to really weak branching flopping all over was mostly all dry enough for the jar today. Probably could have hung for a couple more days on some of the branches but I haven't had any jarred flower to smoke for a couple of months and was getting tired of rosin and running to the basement for samples.
Horrible bag appeal, tiny buds... this pheno wasn't packing on weight like the others were. However... absolutely fantastic smoke. Already burning light grey without a cure. The jar just reaks of lime and gas. Was easy to trim/process despite the horrible buds due to me leaving 90% of the sugar leaves. Everything is just covered in resin. Honestly some of the best bud I've smoked despite the bag appeal.
*Strawberry Cream cheese .. I like to call her Floppy cause she just flops all over the place with growth have to support her all over but think she worth it.. would say she grows as fast as Pinesol and Egg but she flops out all over not Vertically..easy to clone"
"Santa Cruz Strawberry Cheesecake": The super frosty strawberry goji pheno from the f2 generation. 9 weeks"
Sounds like your floppy Strawberry Goji. They don't have exactly the same pedigree (the seeds use the original F1 Goji B-cut I think) but close enough so it makes sense. I think this is how it would break down.
Strawberry Goji (seeds) = Nepali OG/Snow Lotus x Nepali OG/Instant Karma
Strawberry Cheesecake (F2 Goji clone) = Nepali OG/Snow Lotus x Nepali OG/ Snow Lotus
Long story short, both you and Bodhi have found similar, killer floppy-as-fuck phenos in that gene pool. Sounds like the floppers shouldn't necessarily be culled early... maybe not even floppy males for that matter. It might actually be a trait to look for. Or not. Cause it's floppy. Dunno... just an observation.