Purple Nepal is reportedly a cross of Lemon Thai with an unknown Nepalese indica strain, said to be created by the breeder Bald Man Lala Seeds. Equipped with a mysterious and exotic lineage, Purple Nepal is often described as giving off an earthy and lemony aroma. The strain is reported to grow to a medium height, producing a variety of shapes in its colorful, densely clustered, white trichome-coated buds in a 56-to-63-day flowering period. Best grown outdoors in a Mediterranean climate, Purple Nepal may also take on purple hues in its leaves when exposed to colder weather. One sample of Purple Nepal analyzed by the cannabis testing lab Analytical 360 demonstrated THC levels of just under 14%, along with a rich terpene profile headlined by the trio of linalool, limonene, and alpha-pinene.