FPOG (aka Fruity Pebbles)

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

FPOG, also known as Fruity Pebbles OG and affectionately referred to as simply Fruity Pebbles originated in 2006, bred by the California-based Alien Genetics team. The cultivar descends from a Granddaddy Purple x Green Ribbon hybrid combined with Tahoe Alien pollen (Tahoe OG x Alien Kush). The original hybrid from Alien Genetics was intended as a limited release, but Fruity Pebbles was so popular that other growers quickly began cultivating their own plants. Online sources claim that Fruity Pebbles’ conical, densely packed buds and reported sedative effects suggest an indica heritage. The strain has massive bud appeal, with high levels of anthocyanins that create Fruity Pebbles’ contrasting purple, red, and green coloring. Fruity Pebbles seeds and clones cost a pretty penny and therefore may be best left to more seasoned growers. Depending on the phenotype, this cultivar can grow tall and require ample growing space and topping. Fruity Pebbles typically blooms in 8-9 weeks, producing a bouquet of terpenes that reminds users of the eponymous cereal.

FPOG, also known as Fruity Pebbles OG and affectionately referred to as simply Fruity Pebbles originated in 2006, bred by the California-based Alien Genetics team. The cultivar descends from a Granddaddy Purple x Green Ribbon hybrid combined with Tahoe Alien pollen (Tahoe OG x Alien Kush). The original hybrid from Alien Genetics was intended as a limited release, but Fruity Pebbles was so popular that other growers quickly began cultivating their own plants. Online sources claim that Fruity Pebbles’ conical, densely packed buds and reported sedative effects suggest an indica heritage. The strain has massive bud appeal, with high levels of anthocyanins that create Fruity Pebbles’ contrasting purple, red, and green coloring. Fruity Pebbles seeds and clones cost a pretty penny and therefore may be best left to more seasoned growers. Depending on the phenotype, this cultivar can grow tall and require ample growing space and topping. Fruity Pebbles typically blooms in 8-9 weeks, producing a bouquet of terpenes that reminds users of the eponymous cereal.