An all-time classic, Purple Haze feminized cannabis seeds are easy to grow. Indoor or out, they are beginner friendly, and veterans will enjoy a trouble free gardening experience. Are you experienced?

Time needed: 105 days

Steps for your Purple Haze grow

  1. Germinate

    Use the paper towel method to stay within the guarantee

  2. Seedling

    Once your seeds develop a tap root that’s about a centimeter, carefully plant it in your chosen medium

  3. Choose

    Purple Haze does equally well in hydroponics or soil

  4. Early Vegetative

    Be particularly careful now, the plant is quite fragile

  5. Vegetative

    During veg is when you would perform any training

  6. Inspect

    Throughout the plant’s life, inspect for signs of insects or pathogens and take appropriate action

  7. SCroG

    Setup your screen or net above the canopy before your plant gets too tall

  8. Weave

    Wind the branches through your screen as necessary

  9. Flower

    The flowering stage is when your buds start to show. This stage takes 8-10 weeks on average, sometimes a little quicker indoors

  10. Prune

    Remove any dead or dying leaves during the plants lifetime. As a Sativa, Purple Haze doesn’t get to bushy, so that should be about it

  11. Purple

    If you are growing indoors, you can lower temperatures at night to bring out more color

  12. Inspection

    Inspect your trichomes to determine if you need to chop

  13. Harvest

    Make sure to harvest your crop before the first frost outdoors to prevent harming your crop

  14. Dry

    In a low humidity setting, hang your plant upside down until they dry properly

  15. Cure

    Cut off your buds and place them into airtight jars, hopefully with humidity packs to control the moisture

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I have been a pot smoker for 44 years, and have some experience with growing. I love marijuana and feel blessed to live in a state where it is legal (Illinois). It is also legal to grow here as long as you have a medical card