In 2012, Alien Genetics released a variety in 2012 as a special limited edition. Seeds of this fruity strain that smells just like the sweet cereal were sold for $1000-$1500 a pack. The price of the seeds makes sense when you consider that experienced growers can harvest $1500-$3000 from one plant alone.
Fruity Pebbles is a cross between Granddaddy Purple, Tahoe Alien, and Green Ribbon. It’s known to have gorgeous, rainbow-like colors of orange, purple, green, and red, making this strain as welcoming to look at as it is to smoke. It’s got a sweet, tropical scent with hints of berries and citrus. If you’re planning to add Fruity Pebbles to your ganja garden, there are seeds available. They won’t cost you $1000, but they will run you a pretty penny. There’s also always the option of cutting a clone or two if you’re lucky enough to find them. Outdoors, Fruity Pebbles does best when grown in a steady climate in indirect sunlight. Indoor grows with Fruity Pebbles will require plenty of space, as these plants can grow tall like a sativa, with fat indica-like buds that will need plenty of support. It’s the first commercial strain that has been blessed by a rabbi.
The blessing is to bring the consumer enlightenment and a sense of peaceful tranquility. This California indica-dominant hybrid is great for insomnia, known to knock users out with just a few hits. Kosher Kush seeds won’t cost you thousands, but they are still relatively expensive. Good news is, Kosher Kush is easy on the beginning grower. It thrives when grown indoors and is known to produce well over a pound per plant. As a strong sativa-dominant strain, XJ-13 is a cross between the famous Jack Herer and G13 Haze. It’s known as one of the best strains to start your day, offering increased creativity, energy, and focus. Seeds, if you can find them, aren’t going to come cheap. An ounce can cost up to $375 or more at a dispensary. Named after the XJ13 Jaguar that was never raced and only manufactured once, the car itself has been valued at over $7million. While the strain won’t cost you quite that much, if you can find the seeds you should probably have the money to spend. Late September – Northern hemisphere | Late March – Southern hemisphere. Heavyweight Seeds have dedicated much time and effort into cultivating the ultimate Cheese strain; Champion! This is a strong, bushy plant that develops quickly and remains stocky. Buds are similarly fat and compact, producing big yields both indoors and outdoors, which makes it a great choice for the commercial grower. Resin production is high and this strain adapts well to any environment, be it indoors or outdoors, hydro or soil. Instantly recognisable by its uniquely funky fragrance and musky taste, this cheese variety created by Heavyweight Seeds conjures a strong and long lasting physical high. It also possesses medicinal properties and is particularly beneficial for pain relief, anxiety and insomnia. Isn’t it time you sampled the strain that’s taken the UK by storm; Champion is truly the choice of champions! A mild, very tasty variety I have grown since 2003 almost every year. Just pick these pods just when start to turn into yellowish orange and you’ll be amazed of the taste. One of the greatest mild varieties when picked at the right time! Let it ripen and it’s still good, but more like ordinary mild pepper. Huge, very mild, great tasting and super sweet classic variety from Mexico. A great substitute for normal nonpungent bell peppers. Sturdy plant which produces large amount of huge pods.
Ever fancied tiny bell peppers with that great, non-pungent, sweet taste? Very nice bite and plenty of fruity, a litle bitter (in a good sense!) taste. The taste resembles Lemon Drop a little, but this one has even more aroma.
Produces plenty of crop, especially when "staggered harvesting" -method is being used. (Keep picking as the pods mature!) Perfect for bonchi/bonsai purposes too. If you like fresh Jalapenos but don't like too much heat with them, then this one is for you.