Similarly, Runtz crosses are everywhere, but only Equilibrium Genetics crossed Runtz to their mold and mildew-resistant African Orange to create Orange Runtz. Great idea.
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Six types of Gush Mints crosses are coming in seed form in ‘21.
Purples, Zkittlez, and Runtz
“It’s crazy. Everyone wants that one. It’s such a wonderful strain to grow—very sativa with a sweet bit of cherry musk and funk, like a gassy funk,” he said.
One Leafly reviewer of Apples and Bananas said: “These guys who made this particular strain should be the gods of weed.”
Lastly, Compound Genetics recommends its latest collaboration with Colorado seed gods Cannarado. Look for Gastro Pop—that’s Apples and Bananas to Grape Gasoline.
Another blingy Compound flavor: Rose Gold Runtz, a cross of Apples and Bananas to White Runtz.
These pigments make fruits like mangoes and cranberries their specific shades. So if you’re interested in savoring the rainbow of reefer, start here with this rundown of the 15 most beautiful cannabis strains.
Moreover, its resin makes her buds and the whole plant super-clingy like paste. Even if the temperatures vary in your indoor growing place or outdoor site, the plant will produce potent green buds canvassed thoroughly in smooth white and golden trichomes.
#1 – Purple Kush (fem) by ILGM
One puff of this delicious strain, and you’ll know why Zkittlez got its name after the fruity rainbow candy. The individuals who try it state they aren’t merely tasting the rainbow; they see it as well.
A taste from this pot will fill you with deep-felt delight and a stimulating chill to get you through the day. Even though this strain thought originated in the mid-2000s and has no specific lineage, it has just become a well-known strain for relaxation.
Have you ever snatched a cannabis bud that was so beautiful that you would even not like to smoke it? The heterogeneity of cannabis strains available today can make any pot connoisseur thrilled. These flowers differ in flavors and potency, but the most beautiful cannabis strains’ visual appearance never fails to intrigue us.
Royal Runtz packs some serious heat. Her dense and resinous flowers hold massive levels of THC and terpenes that light up the taste buds. With a THC content of 27%, she holds the title as one of the strongest strains in the RQS archive. You’ll feel her energising and euphoric high set in after only a couple of hits. Although her tastes of candy and fruit will tempt you to keep smoking, you should take your time with this potent lady to find your sweet spot.
Purple Queen has a lengthy flowering period of 9–11 weeks, but the weight of her yield is worth it. Indoor plants produce up to 500g/m² and grow to heights of 80–120cm. Plants grown outdoors offer a mighty harvest of 700g/plant, grow to 210cm, and will be ready to harvest during October.
5. Royal Runtz
Many cannabis users select strains based on potency alone. But the allure of Sweet ZZ goes beyond psychoactive effect. Her tall, flavoursome colas leave smokers coming back again and again. She inherited her sweet and fruity punch from parent strains Grape Ape and Grapefruit. Every joint toke and bong hit sends a surge of citrus over the taste buds. Sweet ZZ is an indica-dominant cultivar that achieves THC levels of 22%. Her soothing body high is fast-acting and lingers for hours.
Legendary OG Punch grows tall, wide, and produces a dense canopy abundant with bud sites. Her colas are dense and feature a dark green canvas contrasted by large quantities of glistening trichomes. Our breeders created this unique hybrid after carefully crossing Legend OG and Purple Punch over several generations. She emerged as a hardy variety capable of thriving in a wide range of climates. Indoors, she’ll produce a rewarding 500–550g/m² after a flowering time of 8 weeks. Her slightly indica-dominant buds possess a THC level of 19% alongside refreshing and fruity terpenes—limonene and pinene dominate the mix.
These specimens follow the cues of the seasons outdoors, flowering toward the end of summer. Indoors, cultivators have complete control over the length of the vegetative phase. Let them veg as long as you please, and flip them to flowering by reducing light to 12 hours per day.