Purple is a well-known cannabis variety for its characteristic purple color, which is commonly caused by seasonal temperature changes in nature. Of course, to achieve the true purple color during ripening, the variety must have some genetic potential. When grown under normal conditions, the intense presence of green chlorophyll usually overrides other colors, such as orange, red, but also purple.

The presence of Chlorophyll tends to diminish with the advent of cold autumn nights, and the purple pigment known as "Anthocyan" begins to shine through the surface. Essentially, this Anthokyan is located in the layer under Chlorophyll, and certain cannabis varieties have a greater potential for producing this substance, which causes the purple color of the plants.

What does a purple variety mean?

The name "purple hemp" is used to denote plants that are purple-purple at the time of inflorescence. The history of purple cannabis genetics is actually quite vague. Experts believe that there is no unique plant that is characterized by violet coloring and attribute violet plants to the characteristic cultivation and cultivation in cold conditions.

Why are purple cannabis varieties so popular?

Violet color is often presented as the color of royalty. It also gives this unique flower colorto the plant a touch of royal gender or thorough sophistication.

Another theory why purple strains are so popular is because they pose a challenge to growers. The process of cultivating high-quality violet varieties is not at all easy and requires a lot of effort from growers. However, if you follow the basic conditions for a similar style of cultivation, your violet may be a truly beautiful specimen.

For a successful grower it is achievedsuch a shade comparable to that of a gardener bred really fine and expensive wine. Violet color is always a sign of good cannabis quality.

So how to grow purple varieties?

As mentioned in our article, achieving the right purple color is not easy at all. The first thing you need to consider carefully is choosing the right genetics. In short, a plant that has no purple genes (the proportion of Anthocyan) will never turn violet.
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What you need to do further is to ensure optimum coldness during the ripening period. As already mentioned, a higher layer of chlorophyll has to be replaced by a layer of anthocyanins under it. To achieve this, you need to grow the plant at temperatures below if you are used to. Pokhowever, if you allow the temperature to drop below a tolerable level, the plant will start to fade. Always keep in mind that the purple color of the plant is nice, but a great deal of caution should be taken and not bother the plant too low for longer than necessary.

The most important fawhich will then beyour patience. It will take longer for the plants to ripen completely in cold conditions, and of course wait a little longer. However, the results may be overwhelming. If you think you are not the type of person who can afford to wait, then purple cannabis may not be the ideal choice for you.

What are they?examples of good purple cannabis?

One of the most famous strains of purple cannabis is undoubtedly Purple Kush. This variety has a very sweet scent, with a hint of juicy grapes. Purple Kush is a good relief for discerning growers, as it evokes a relaxing feeling without a hint of fatigue.

More popularViolet is undoubtedly Purple Haze. This variety can give you a very euphoric feel. It has a strong sweetish flavor with the attribute of sandalwood.

Otherfamous violetThe strains are Purple Voodoo,Purple DieselorPurple # 1.

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