Mother of Berries stands out with eye-catching, well-formed flowers. These buds adhere in a tapered, pinecone-like formation. Their internal structure is characteristically indica, with compact, densely-packed leaves that curl tightly in war toward their central stems. The leaves themselves are a patchwork of sage green and deep purple; these latter colors come about when cold weather in the late stages of plant growth activate pigments called anthocyanins. Finally, crystalline white trichomes cap off these already-colorful flowers, giving them a white sheen.