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weeds with purple seeds

Ayahuasca Purple is a special purple strain created from Red River Delta genetics gifted to Barney’s Farm Seeds by a US Army veteran living in Alaska. The seeds germinated into extremely colorful ruby red and purple weed plants that were subsequently bred with Sensi Seeds’ Master Kush strain to make Ayahuasca Purple. This nearly 100% pure indica strain does best grown indoors or in warm climates. The plants stay around 40 to 60 inches tall and have a speedy flowering period of just 50 days. Dense, heavy purple weed tested at 21% THC. Powerful, psychedelic effects.

You found White Rhino I’ve looked every wear for that strain. I live in Oregon and I would love that flower to use as a Christmas Tree, I heard besides a great high it works like a flocked Christmas tree

Purple Pineberry

Red Poison Auto by Sweet Seeds is an award-winning indica/sativa hybrid made by crossing Green Poison to a purple automatic strain obtained from Hindu Kush genetics. Red Poison Auto develops brilliant shades of red/purple buds liberally coated with crystals. These vigorous plants grow stout main stalks and beautiful large colas with long side branches, reaching a height of 24 to 48 inches tall. A fast producer of skunky sweet, couch lock purple weed. Strong aroma, flavor, and stone.

I got some purple paro from mandala seeds, a total joy to gro, it reeked of grape juice and was asked if I used Welch’s grape juice for watering, I used a 300 watt plasma in a 4×4 tent before anyone knew about Plasmas, EXCELLENT YIELDS.

How is your purple kush and white rhino

Purple deadneetle that was found in Van Buren County this spring (2016).
Photo taken by Nancy Carr

Key ID traits for henbit:

I’ve received a few questions asking what the purple weed is that is appearing in the landscape. It is probably either purple deadnettle (Lamium purpureum) or henbit (Lamium amplexicaule).
These weeds often get confused because they look similar. They both belong to the mint family, have square stems, have an ascending growth habit, opposite leaves, purple/pink flowers, and are winter annuals. When trying to identify if you have purple deadnettle or henbit, key ID traits to tell them apart are listed below.

Key ID traits for purple deadnettle:

Henbit may look similar to purple deadnettle, but there are some key ID traits to look for to tell these weeds apart.