In the universe of cannabis strains you can find many plants that stand out for their unique beauty. For a lot of cannabis lovers these are the plants that get purple tones either in their flowers or leaves.
I recently received two packets of autoflowering seeds from the Sweet Seeds®’ genetic collection. The 7th Generation autoflowering Skywalker OG Runtz XL Auto® (SWS97) and the delicious Purple Punch OG XL Auto® (SWS96), a strain that I already knew to some extent, as I had the opportunity to grow the photoperiod-dependent version last year with outstanding results.
I’m going to write about the well-known and appreciated Sunset Sherbet (Girl Scout Cookies x Pink Panties) in a feminized and photoperiod-dependent version, but with a very fast flowering stage.
As a real dessert strain, Runtz Muffin delivers a top-level flavor as well; of course, its buds are bursting with terpenes:
They appear like endangered exotic species struggling for survival in secluded habitats in their native countries. And, apart from that, are devotedly cultivated by merely a handful of people, just as is the case with orchid devotees.
Cannabis is a multifaceted plant in every way, including when it comes to the effect of its cannabinoids. On one hand, in the last few years in the cannabis seed market we observed a boom in CBD-rich strains which usually feature low contents of THC and very few psychoactive effects.
Autoflower strains have earned their reputation for being the easiest and fastest way to grow cannabis. They are often recommended to beginner growers due to the wide range of grow conditions which they can thrive under.