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Pinot Noir Pepper Seeds

Looking for a refreshing, tasty Pinot Noir? Well, we don’t have the wine bottle but we do have Pinot Noir bell peppers that are flavorful and such a great conversation starter to have with your friends and family! You will find the peppers unique as the Pinot Noir pepper plant will stand out with its wide variety of colors displayed simultaneously. The blocky large peppers will ripen to light green when young, before blushing to shades of citrus, berry, purple, and cherry red. With their eccentric color pattern, the Pinot Noir pepper plant will look striking in your garden.

The highly adaptable plant will produce heavy yields of firm, thick-walled peppers that are crispy and crunchy when you take a bite of the pod. It is very sweet, sweeter than the regular bell pepper, with a welcoming aftertaste. Because the Pinot Noir is sweeter, we think its sweetness is similar to the Gypsy F1 pepper, but we will let you put it to the test! The pepper is excellent for eating fresh or adding color to salads, for stuffing, and to serve as grilled, roasted, and stir-fried

Fun Fact: Because of how highly adaptable the plant is, the Pinot Noir Sweet Bell Pepper will perform well in hot and cold conditions. This means you won’t miss out on growing the Pinot Noir no matter where you are!

Species: Capsicum Annuum

Heat Level: 0 SHUs

Type: Mild

Origin: America

Days to Harvest: 60+ Days

# of Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds

Like the sound of growing peppers that have different types of wine in their name? Check out the White Zinfandel and Chardonnay!

Want to grow more delicious, sweet-tasting peppers? Expand your growing list by looking into our list of sweet and bell peppers seeds! We also grow sweet pepper plants for those who want a head start in growing peppers.

Oregon Pinot Noir

an unknown / legendary cannabis strain

Here you can find all info about the unknown / legendary cannabis variety Oregon Pinot Noir. If you are searching for information about the unknown / legendary Oregon Pinot Noir, check out our Basic Infos, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic Strain Info

Oregon Pinot Noir is a mostly sativa variety from unknown origin and can be cultivated indoors and outdoors . .

What do we know about the unknown/legendary Oregon Pinot Noir?

This Hawaiian Purple Kush and Pitbull cross was bred among the grapes of a respected Pinot Noir vineyard in Oregon. Taking its name from the breeding location and its deep purple buds, this versatile plant gives off the taste of sweet grapes with a spicy hint of Haze. Though a 80/20 sativa-dominant strain, Oregon Pinot Noir gives the effects of a couch-locking indica, providing a noticeable body high best served for nighttime consumption.

Sour Pinot Autoflowering Marijuana Seeds

The Sour Grape variety of marijuana is a fruity cross of two legendary strains: Granddaddy Purple and Sour Diesel. Sour Diesel is a widely common sativa strain with a distinct fuel aroma. GDP is a legendary indica strain known for its fruity aroma and purple hue. When it turns out, Sour Grape is an incredible cross between its two kin. It is a nearly ideal combination of GDP and Sour Diesel characteristics.

Sour Grapes Autoflower Marijuana Strain Specification

Type: 50% Indica 50% Sativa Genetics Parents: Granddaddy Purple x Sour Diesel Flowering Period: Climate: Mediterranean Yield: Unknown Flavors: Sweet, Fruity, Grape, Diesel THC Level: 15% to 20% CBD Level: 0.10% to 0.46% Height: Unknown Harvest Period: Unknown Growing Difficulty: Easy

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sour Grapes Autoflower Marijuana Strain?

By gently caressing the muscles and relieving pain, the Sour Grape strain helps to calm the body. When the lovely cocktail of cannabinoids makes its way into the bloodstream, it massages the muscles and numbs the body without putting you in a trance-like state. Physical aches and discomfort can also increase your mood implicitly, making it possible to relax and enjoy your time. Sour Grape has a tart, fruity fragrance with traces of pungent soil and gasoline. When the nugs are charred, a distinct aroma of grapes and jasmine emerges. Indeed, this mix would not disappoint experienced consumers seeking a heavy high with a sweet undertone. While the classic pungent taste of cannabis is highly regarded, a strain of fruity flavors is no less delectable. For instance, Sour Grape exhibits intriguing fruity and fuel taste reminiscent of grapes and diesel. The smoke of Sour Grape is soft and straightforward on the tongue on exhale, which consumers would undoubtedly appreciate.

What are the Medical Benefits of Sour Grapes Autoflower Marijuana Strain?

The strain’s powerful burst of constructive energies makes it a vital stress relief and antidepressant for users looking to clean their heads of negative thinking. Simultaneously, patients suffering from some health conditions that cause extreme pain and nausea can benefit from Sour Grape’s analgesic and sedative effects.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Sour Grapes Autoflower Marijuana Strain

Sour Grape prides itself that, considering the potential side effects of marijuana, the set of harmful effects that typically accompany it is incredibly manageable. The most widely recorded adverse effect is dry mouth. A few of these individuals may have even noticed symptoms of dry eyes. Additionally, the strain can cause dizziness, paranoia, and anxiety. These symptoms, however, are uncommon for inexperienced users with a high tolerance.

How to Grow Sour Grapes Autoflower Marijuana Strain

The plant can flourish in either an indoor or outdoor setting. If the plant is grown outdoors, a Mediterranean climate with daytime temperatures between 72 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit is preferable. Growers can need to expose the plant to freezing temperatures at night during its late vegetative phase to bring out its purple colors. Additionally, if grown indoors, it is prudent to consider using carbon filters within the grow tents or develop rooms to prevent heavy odors’ excessive build-up. Additionally, the precise indoor growing season of Sour Grape is unclear. Take note, though, that both of its parent strains have a slightly longer flowering period of up to 80 days. Both are very prolific yielders as well. Thus, it is possible the Sour Grape would show the same characteristics. The same holds for the outside flowering period and an average yield of the strain. The parents of Sour Grape are harvested in November and October, and all contain abundant crops. Prospective growers will use this information to make their estimates.