1. Purple Diesel
There are a couple of different strains that use the moniker Purple Diesel. However, the most popular is a Cali Connection cross between pre-98 Bubba Kush and Sour Diesel. This strain produces around 18 percent THC and, like many purple strains, it boasts some seriously sedative effects.
Loaded with anthocyanins, Purple Diesel tends to produce buds with deeply saturated purple coloration. Purple Diesel also features a pungent, sweet berry aroma with hints of an acidic fuel-like aroma. Pleasant and heavy-hitting, this strain is best saved for the night time.
Considered a long-lasting bud, Purple lemon Kush is thought to be a 100 percent indica strain. A cross between Hindu Kush and Afghani, two landrace strains known for their heavy-lidded and narcotic-like effects. Purple lemon Kush buds often express a dusty, lavender coloration with plenty of green.
While more contemporary hybrids tend to get a lot darker, Purple Kush is a famous bud with extremely heavy body effects. This flower often produces up to 20 percent THC.
3. Blackberry Kush
Blackberry Kush is a timeless indica strain with a delicious herbal berry aroma. Depending on grow conditions, the coloration in this strain can range from a forest green to green with purple wisps. This strain is known for its sedative qualities, making it a great nighttime or evening bud. Recommended for experienced cannabis consumers, this bud often features around 18 percent THC.
This strain is known for its sedative qualities, making it a great nighttime or evening bud. Recommended for experienced cannabis consumers, this bud often features around 18 percent THC.
4. Granddaddy Purple
Granddaddy Purple (GDP) is a classic bud that can is still spotted frequently in coffee shops and dispensaries. Featuring beautiful purple and green speckled buds, GDP has some seriously good looks. The aroma of this bud is also quite heavenly. The strain features a grapey, berry taste and fragrance, pleasing to both the nose and the tongue.
Classified as an indica, GDP provides consumers with a happy and sedative experience overall. On average, you can expect these buds to produce between 16 and 20 percent THC. Though, this bud has been known to go as high as 23 percent THC.
5. Deep Purple
Bred by TGA Subcool Seeds, Deep Purple is a cross between Purple Urkle and Querkle. This strain was bred to express some of the traits dominant in Urkle, which features a powerful grape aroma and plenty of stunning purple coloration. Deep Purple is an enhancement, producing truely top-quality flowers.
The overall yield from this strain isn’t exteremly high, but the incredible aroma, coloration, and trichome production from this plant make growing Deep Purple worth the effort. The overall high from this indica is calm, relaxed, and upbeat, making it an all-around great strain for an easy afternoon.
DJ Short’s Blueberry has been around for a while, but this strain continues to delight canna-enthusiasts around the globe. A parent of the even more famous Blue Dream, Blueberry features beautiful purple coloration and a distinct, sweet blueberry aroma. This strain looks and smells so amazing that it has excellent bag appeal, and is sure to catch some top-shelf prices if grown well. On average, Blueberry produces about 18 percent THC on average.
This strain looks and smells so amazing that it has excellent bag appeal, and is sure to catch some top-shelf prices if grown well. On average, Blueberry produces about 18 percent THC on average.
7. Grape Ape
Bred by Apothecary Genetics, Grape Ape is yet another drowsy indica hybrid. Though, there is some debate about whether or not this strain is just another phenotype of Granddaddy Purple. A popular strain, Grape Ape is heavy-hitting and features a heavy, tranquilizing, musky fruit aroma.
To play up the grapey taste in this strain, roll Grape Ape in a grape-flavored blunt wrap or rolling paper. Rich and colorful, this strain can produce up to 20 percent THC. Stick to Grape Ape during the late afternoon or evenings, when you don’t have a ton to get done.