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Morphology
Broadly speaking, Purps #1 is an Indica-shaped cannabis plant. However, we cannot confirm this plant to be 100 % Indica. Despite her incredibly wide and serrated leaves one would think are typically Indica, there are other features that indicate otherwise. For starters, Purps #1 grows vigorously: yes, she stretches quite a lot. In fact, she grows upwards without having to extend the vegetative period, and her internodes are surprisingly ample.

Her average height is of 1.3-1.5 m. However, she could surpass 3 metres in height if grown following the European standards. It isn’t her structure the most striking aspect, though. The real shocking thing is her colouring. Her rich range of colours is the biggest asset of this strain: violet and lavender hues merge with dark-green shades and some white spots, which are the trichomes themselves. Honestly: a great show as few are.

Yield
Purps #1 produces unbeatable crops; maybe not in terms of quantity but in terms of quality and of beauty. This strain delivers purple crops: huge THC-packed flowers with a fruity aroma and an incredible violet colouring.

Therefore, this isn’t a compact plant, but a plant that allows light and air to penetrate deeply. Her structure thus leads to bigger yields and eliminates any likelihood of the main stem being hit by moisture. We don’t recommend cultivating her in small places because she’s anything but discreet.

Aromas and flavours
Purps #1 is one of those plants whose scent lingers in the mind. Has it ever occurred to you that you’ve found a plant with a scent you haven’t forgotten and you’ve strived to find the very same aroma in other strains but you haven’t succeeded in it? So that’s exactly what happens with our Purps #1: you’ll fall for her as soon as you smell her and you won’t be able to find another one in the same league. It’s a very original aroma. We could say it’s incredibly fruity, mixing red berries with wild berries and some pineapple nuances. But there’s much more to it than that. Her aroma goes far beyond the mixture of two things accompanied by touches of who knows what. Once you become familiar with the aroma of Purps# 1, you’ll be able to set it apart from the other strains as well as to value it as it deserves.

im looking at several mentioned here, thanks for this thread

i bought mine from MSNL and some from QCS. they took my card, and i got the seeds in 10 days. MSNL sent me a tracking number but i didnt pay for that service.

I’ve gotten off qcs myself often. Fast shipping but maybe due to the way they package seeds instead of using original breeders packs I’ve gotten mixed packs of seeds. Autos in with photos etc. Etc.

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