Reserva Privada Purple Wreck Weed Marijuana Seeds
|Origin:||Purple Urkel X Train Wreck||Height Outdoors:||Short/Medium|
|Breeder:||Reserva Privada||Flowering period:||8-9 Weeks|
|Auto flowering seeds available:||No||Harvest outdoor:||October|
|Feminized seeds available:||No||THC Level:||High|
|Grow Indoors:||Yes||Stoned or High:||Stoned|
|Grow Outdoors:||Yes||Grow Difficulty:||Easy|
|Yield:||400-500gms M2||Awards won:||None|
Reserva Privada Purple Wreck seeds are the devastating offspring of the near legendary Purple Urkel and Train Wreck; two of the west coast’s best strains of cannabis. Reserva Privada have sought to keep the fantastic aesthetic qualities and heavy Indica stone associated with Purple Urkel, but inject a bit of oomph into this notoriously slow growing strain. And with the addition of Train Wreck they have achieved just that.
Reserva Privada Purple Wreck marijuana maintains a short stature but sports an impressive amount of compact nuggets. The foliage assumes a pleasing purple hue throughout flowering and this plant is very easy on the eye. She will produce well in SCROG set ups and also responds readily to super cropping, producing substantial yields of sticky loveliness.
The large purple buds on Reserva Privada Purple Wreck weed seeds burn with a sweet, fruity flavour and the hit is Indica dominant. A heavy, almost narcotic, stone that is long lasting and extremely satisfying.
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