How to grow The Purple Elephant pot plants?
It is a clone-only plant and cultivating the Purple Elephant calls for more attention. Its clipping should be managed by experienced people only, who will be able to take proper care of this cannabis.
Indoor growing vs. outdoor growing
When Purple Elephant is kept indoors, it should not be allowed to become tall and appropriate height should always be maintained. Good air circulation is also required for its ideal growth. The flowering time is two months and it can potentially produce a maximum of twelve ounces of buds per square meter.
The plant needs a Mediterranean climate for growth in the outdoors. Each plant yields twelve ounces (approximately) by the beginning October.
HPS (high-pressure Sodium) lights and organic nutrients would suffice. As it is a connoisseur or niche variety, its yield is considered satisfactory. It is recommended that the grower should wait for a little more time for more number of trichomes prior to harvesting.
Outdoor SCROG, i.e., the screen of green is suggested.
It promotes a moderate level of cerebral euphoria and a noticeable boost in energy (caffeine-like effect), drowsiness, and relaxing experience. It can prove to be a little too sedative for novices. However, veterans readily swear by its ability to provide an excellent sociable high and loads of laughter.
- Dry mouth and eyes
- Headache and dizziness
- Appetite loss
- Pain and inflammation
- Headaches, including tension headaches and migraines
- Muscle spasms
- Severe stress, depression, and anxiety
Taste & Aroma
Some people may find its smoke somewhat harsh that offsets with sweet notes of berry accompanied by a profile of woody and earthy flavor. Though some do find it reasonably pungent, Purple Elephant usually generates an aroma of sweet and a slightly tart blending of grapes. Once the bud is broken, the mixed smell of pine and earth becomes more pronounced.