Known as one of the oldest native breeds from Thailand, Purple Thai is a mix of Highland Oaxacan Gold (HOG) and Chocolate Thai. The sativa-leaning strain is said to produce a tropical fruit flavor profile and an average THC content of 24%, according to Anesia Seeds, a seed bank that sells feminized Purple Thai seeds. One pheno has purple highlights on the leaves while the other stays dark green and produces more trichomes.
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Purple Thai does well in a sunny outdoor climate like its country of origin, or indoors, and does particularly well with the Screen of Green (ScrOG) method that provides the plants with enough room to reach their full potential. Growing to a moderate height, Purple Thai is reported to yield large amounts of heavy, trichome-frosted dark green buds with wispy orange stigma hairs. Exposure to cooler temperatures late in the cultivation process will evoke the deep purple and blue colors that give this strain its name.