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Sweet Purple is a hybrid created especially for outdoor use. Is resistant to rust, cold and humid climate supports. Harvest: Early October.

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Sweet Purple is a hybrid created especially for outdoor use. Is resistant to rust, cold and humid climate supports. Harvest: Early October.

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Sweet Purple is a hybrid of three varieties : one purple, one Dutch fast , productive and a variety exceptionally powerful . As its name implies , this strain keeps the coloration of the purple parent , while gaining sweetness and potency from the Dutch part of the family. This mostly Indica mix was especially bred for outdoor gardens in temperate climates.

Sweet Purple is a strong variety that has the additional benefit of resisting mold . These vigorous plant stand cold and wet climates , managing to grow approximately 2.50 meters and can yield 500 grams per fully matured plant . Sweet Purple shows some variation in the power level from one plant to another , you can go from average to ! The color also varies , with some plants turning completely purple while on others, only the buds take on that royal hue .

Bouquet Sweet Purple has a strong herbal, minty , underlined by a sweet tone . The effect is physically pleasurable, but also retains a lucid edge that may increase your sense of concentration.

Type: Purple Indica / Sativa
Flowering time : end Sep / beg Oct ( nL )
Ideal Environment : Outdoors between 55 º N. L. and 55 sl
Yield: 500g per plant outdoors
Effect: Clear, physically relaxing.
Smell / Taste : Herbal
THC : 9-12 %

Awards
* 3rd prize Highlife Cannabis Cup 2004 ( foreign category )

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Sweet Purple fem

Sweet Purple fem

Sweet Purple is a hybrid created especially for outdoor use. Is resistant to rust, cold and humid climate supports. Harvest: Early October.