Expect a rapid vegetative development from very early stages. Purple Matcha develops strong and healthy side branching that can stretch around 30% when transitioning into the flowering phase. Plants grow homogeneously with wide Indica-like leaves and unbeatable resistance to any unexpected issues. During the blooming stage, bud sites appear all over her structure up to the low stem, becoming increasingly fat and resinous until a thick layer of shiny trichomes covers them all.
Purple Matcha is not a heavy feeder and won’t require much fertilisation. You will only need to meet her basic needs to obtain excellent results in any kind of climate. Minimal manicuring is required to encourage light penetration to the lowest parts. That’s why Purple Matcha is great for inexperienced cultivators who want to start growing their own plants. Single cage support is recommended when side branches become too packed. An average density of 6-9 plants per sq. meter is advised. However, the ultimate decision should depend on the pot size and vegetation period.
The alluring terpene profile of Purple Matcha is expressed through clove, black pepper, cinnamon, and lemon peel, accompanied by undernotes of earth, pinewood, and berries. the effect is a hard-hitting and long-lasting head buzz followed by strong body feelings.