Cheese Weed is one of several nicknames given to Malva neglecta, a winter-summer annual weed (also known as Common Mallow, Cheeses, Cheese Mallow, Dwarf Mallow, Running Mallow, Malice, Round Dock, Button Weed, Round-Leaved Mallow and Low Mallow). “Cheese Weed” can be found in fields, gardens and disturbed areas of turfgrass and thrives in much of the continental U.S. Malva neglecta is called "Cheese Weed" because of its fruit, which is shaped like a wheel of cheese.
My uncle Chaz has a really bad Cheese Weed infestation in his back yard; looks like we'll have to practice our back-flips somewhere else.
aka: original blue cheese, cheese, chee, cheddar, pukka
Christmas tree shaped buds.The leaves are tiny and uniform and are covered with fine transparent crystals
Its name has a questionable source of origin. Most obviously the smell has a like cheddar cheese, although this is very questionable! Its potential to generate huge amounts of "money" aka "cheese", to the grower/seller in a samll amount of time due to how renound it is as a smokers most reliable smoke, always strong and tasty!
It’s the equivalent to having your head banged round the inside of a tin can before you settle down and go into cruise-control, usually non responsive, with highl tunes selective hearing.
A very powerful "skunk" that gives uncontrollable facial and reflex movements of nearly any muscle in the human body
"got any of that Cheese?"
"got any of that Cheese Weed?"