Purple Kush strain is hugely popular in the West Coast, for its extraordinary looks, good growing genetics, and a powerful high.
Purple Kush is a crossbreed between two indica strains: Hindu Kush and Purple Afghani.
However, its lineage is very confusing. We get Purple Afghani by crossing Purple Kush with Afghani, so it’s one of those “what came first, the chicken or the egg” type of things.
The exact lineage is hard to determine as it could simply be just one of many phenotypes that are common among plants growing high up in the mountains of the Hindu Kush range.
Purple Kush got its name after the visual aesthetics it offers. The flowers of Purple Kush often grow purple, instead of green.
The nugs are usually not very thick, but rather resemble Thai Sticks, as they tend to grow around the stem. The hairs growing on the buds are orange.
When growing Purple Kush you will see very noticeable elements representing the purple phenotype.
Given that it has strong indica-roots, Purple Kush tends to grow small and bushy.…Read More