Red Purps feminized seeds

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Red Purps is a beautiful red-colored cannabis strain that will impress with tastes and smells which make it very appropriate for all cannabis lovers. Strong and motivating, this strain is suitable for consumption during the evening. All connoisseurs should give it a try as we promise it will appeal to their tastes.

  • Female Seeds
  • Feminized
  • Photoperiod
  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • Intellectual cheerfulness
  • The Purps x Ice
  • 40 - 80 cm indoors
    100 - 150 cm outdoors
  • 350 - 400 g/m² indoors
    100 - 150 g/plant outdoors
  • 49 - 56 days
  • Late September
  • Indica dominant
  • 14 - 19 %
  • 0.1 - 0.5

Red Purps – A Quality Plant

Red Purps, an Indica-dominant cannabis strain, is the result of crossbreeding two parent strains: Haze and Skunk. This strain was chosen for quality over quantity of yields, but as the many growers that have experienced Red Purps will attest to, it is certainly worth it due to the top-shelf quality and taste of its batches.

Cultivation of a Crown Jewel

Red Purps is most suitable for cultivation outdoors. The yields are impressively higher than when it is cultivated indoors, making it advantageous to growers based on the high return in terms of oil extraction from the flowers. The flowers produced by Red Purps often have a reddish-purple tone and are filled with many trichomes, hence their jewel-like appearance which crowns this compact plant

  • Height:  40-80cm indoors and 100-150cm outdoors
  • Harvest time outdoors: end of September or at the month of October
  • Flowering period: 7-8 weeks
  • Yield: When cultivated indoors this strain produces 350g/m2 but outdoors it will give 100-150g/plant.

Soar High with Red Purps 

Red Purps has a wide range of tastes from sweet and grapes to hints of licorice, with a flowery-fruity smell. It gives head-high effects which result in feelings of relaxation, being uplifted and a tendency to think more.