These are seeds of the feminized variety which is immense sweet in taste and it is a purple-colored plant. Alaskan purple plants are known to have a fine heritage and it is produced by crossing between Kush and a strain of Brazilian sativa. The seeds of these plants are of highly vigorous strain, and they are adapted to various modern techniques of cultivation. As a result of several assorted used for cultivation, these plants give out a great yield and a brilliant purple color on maturity. The plants have a photoperiod flowering type with 15 to 20% THC content, and hence its excessive intake can result in sedative effect. Alaskan purple is a plant that can adapt itself to different techniques of cultivation which include SoG, super cropping, LST and a few more. Alaskan purple plants can be grown indoors as well as outdoors. The yield given by these plants indoors is 550 g/m2 and the outdoor yield is 1700 g/plant.
The flowering time of Alaskan purple plants is about 63 days and the seeds are harvested mostly in the first half of October. Outdoor growth of these plants is seen mostly in parts of the northern hemisphere and indoor growth of these plants takes about 9 weeks to mature. The aroma and taste of Alaskan purple seeds are really soothing. The seeds have berry, sweet and fruity smell while the fragrance is that of flowers. Due to the THC content, these seeds produce sedative effects for a long time. The effects are strong enough to help the muscles relax smoothly.