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Granddaddy Purple (FEM)

Granddaddy Purple (FEM)

Granddaddy Purple

Purple Urkle x Big Bud

Granddaddy Purple, or GPD, has been exceptionally popular since its release. Purple hues on the flowers make for irresistible bag appeal, and the deeply relaxing effects are perfect after a long day or week. With THC levels of 20%, you can expect a long-lasting, intense high. Growers also love this variety because of its excellent yield potential and manageable plants.


Granddaddy Purple Strain: Big Yields and Bigger Flavors

Granddaddy Purple is one of the most beloved indica-dominant hybrids you can get your hands on. Boasting majestic plants that deliver large yields of potent buds, GDP is relatively easy to grow, and extremely easy to enjoy!


Granddaddy Purple Seeds: A Purple Urkle and Big Bud Cross

This variety boasts a complex pedigree. Purple Urkle is a phenotype of Cali's sweetheart, Mendocino Purps, while Big Bud has Afghan and Skunk origins. These genetics come together seamlessly in the Granddaddy Purple strain, culminating in a genetic profile of 75% indica and 25% sativa.


Aromas, Flavors, and Effects of Granddaddy Purple

Granddaddy Purple really brings the flavor, with a fruity and overall sweet terpene profile. The most prominent aromas are those of blueberries, fruit, and candy, but a dash of refreshing pine is also noticeable, making for an interesting mix. When ingested, GDP flowers wrap users up in a powerful and deeply relaxing physical stone, lifting their mood at the same time. This is a superb nighttime strain, sure to help you wind down after a long day.


Growing Characteristics of Granddaddy Purple

In the grow room or garden, GDP is a delight. Granddaddy Purple seeds produce sturdy, low-maintenance plants that reach medium heights of 80–120cm indoors and 120–150cm under the sun. If looked after with love and care, GPD can offer rewarding results of up to 450–500g/m² in indoor setups after 8–10 weeks of flowering. When reared outside, they are ready to harvest at the beginning of October and can produce up to 500–600g/plant.

Seeds Per Pack: 5

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