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Strain: Purple
Breeder: Ceres Seeds
Location: indoor, outdoor
Type: indica/sativa
Flowering: ~55 days
Only female seeds.

Ceres Seeds - Purple

coffeeshop classics TM

The beautiful Purple is a classic that is popular all over the world. It is a quick flowering variety that was developed for outdoor growing. Of course this plant would also do well indoors, under lights.

50-60 days flowering
Outdoors: Early October

User-Generated Strain-Profile

Known Phenotypes: » new » none up to now (homogenous??)

For this strain we got input by 2 user(s). Here a short overview:

Yield / Quantity Indoor: The crop of this strain is ordinary.
General Impression Indoor: is all together slightly above average.
Harvest Time Outdoor: End of September +/- 1 Week in BmShβ climates.
Strength / Lasting Effect: The weed affects slightly below average.
Yield / Quantity Outdoor: The crop of this strain is very high.
General Impression Outdoor: is all together extraordinary and quite recommendable.
Votings of our users: Purple gets 7.00 of 10 possible Points in the average!

Where can you get this strain?

Purple from Ceres Seeds is available only as feminized seeds. Regular seeds are not available at the moment. In 5 seedbanks, we found 15 offers between EUR 7.08 and EUR 389.30

1 x feminized 5 x feminized 10 x feminized 20 x feminized 30 x feminized 40 x feminized 50 x feminized 60 x feminized
Cannapot Hanfshop - - - - - -
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Oaseeds - - - - - -
Herbies Head Shop -
Discreet Seeds - - - - -

Strain Lineage / Genealogy

User-Comments about this strain:

at the 11.08.2015, 19:38:This comment is connected to a Plant-Profile!

It is OK Purple even just a few of the plants will change to purple. Yeld is not that high, maybe average. Buds are long and thight but they are also quite slim. ..outdoors in warm climates, it could grow better.

Fresh and nice uplifting day smoke.


at the 25.06.2012, 05:45:This comment is connected to a Plant-Profile!

While it did not turn purple, I was still quite impressed with this strain. The pistles had sort of a purple hue to them, but as it matured they just turned brown like most other strains. It was a single plant, so maybe there are phenos that turn purple under cooler conditions. She really likes the nutes, so don’t be afraid to let her have it in flowering. I really like fruity strains, so this was a really winner for me.


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