New strain from Pheno Finder Seeds - Purple Strawberry Sherbert feminised

Pheno Finder Seeds new strain Purple Strawberry Sherbert Natural Selection Leeds

Pheno Finder Seeds is a seed bank born from the famous Amsterdam coffeeshop Voyagers. They have quickly become a firm favourite at Natural Selection with some great quality strains and they've just released what is bound to be another very sought after cross, introducing Purple Strawberry Sherbert. This cross is a result of the award winning Purple Strawberry Bliss with the amazing Sherbert S1 to create a short strain with dense, sherbert like buds, covered in trichomes with deep purple hues and terps. Pheno Finder say she produces a respectable yield with great bag appeal. Purple Strawberry Sherbert Feminised seeds are available now online and in our Leeds shop. Grab a pack before they're gone!

Natural Selection 7b Crown Street, Leeds LS2 7DA 0113 3912940


All the product descriptions used on this site have come directly from the breeders who operate in a legal climate very different to that within the United Kingdom. You should NEVER try cultivating any plant of the genus cannabis within ANY jurisdiction where such cultivation is illegal. Our seeds are sold purely for souvenirs and should be treated as a novelty or collector's item and should never be germinated. PLEASE DO NOT BREAK THE LAW!
Natural Selection sells cannabis seeds as adult souvenirs only. It is ILLEGAL to germinate cannabis seeds in the UK and most other countries. Natural Selection does not condone nor encourage its customers to break the law and will refuse sale to anyone we suspect of planning to do so. Natural Selection accepts no liability for customers purchasing these seeds for any other purpose. All information provided on this website and product packaging is intended for educational and product differentiation purposes only. Natural Selection does not encourage customers to break the law and would like to remind them again that it is ILLEGAL to germinate cannabis and hemp seeds in the UK.

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