Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized

Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized

We have documented every step of the Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized growth cycle, from germination to harvest. True to its reputation, the plant stayed compact yet yielded bountiful harvests in just 63 days. With its rich cannabinoid profile, Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized offers the perfect balance of soothing relaxation and uplifting euphoria.

Flowering stage: 63 days

Total time, seed to harvest: 91 days

Final yield: 97 grams

THC content: 23.42%

At Sensi Seeds, we greatly appreciated a perfectly balanced hybrid and were excited to get our Purple Berry Muffinz seeds germinating. Developed by breeding Purple Bud and Blueberry Muffin with Zkittlez, this unique blend of three iconic strains delivers an unforgettable experience. We had high expectations for the vibrant terpene profile, which is imbued with exotic sandalwood and notes of creamy cookies, and we are eager to see if it delivers on its promise of lush yields! 

We cultivated our Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized seeds indoors, initiating the growth process with a 600W Green Power Philips HPS bulb. As the plants progressed through their growth stages, we transitioned to a 1000W bulb positioned 3 metres above the soil. Our preferred choice of medium was BAC Lava Soil mix. We used BIO Grow for nutrients during the vegetative stage, while BIO Bloom was employed during the flowering stage. We made sure to maintain a pH of 6 throughout the cycle.

To ensure proper airflow in our growing area, we have implemented multiple oscillating fans that effectively circulate air. These fans help eliminate stagnant air pockets from the canopy and provide our Purple Berry Muffinz with fresh carbon dioxide for photosynthesis. We have proactively maintained an odour-free environment by implementing inline fans and a carbon filter. They are strategically placed to provide maximum efficiency and effectiveness in removing unwanted odours.

To ensure maximum growth potential, we closely monitored the environmental conditions of our plants. During the day, we maintained a temperature of 23°C, which was reduced to 21°C at night. We started with a humidity level of 65% but adjusted it as per the plant cycle. For the vegetation stage, we followed a schedule of 18 hours on and 6 hours off, which was later switched to 12 hours on and 12 hours off to induce flowering.

Germination & seedling

To initiate the growth cycle of our Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized seeds, we followed a simple process of moistening two paper tissues between two ceramic plates and gently enclosing our seeds within them. Within just 48 hours, the taproot of our seed emerged from the crown. We then transferred the sprout into a 1-litre container filled with BAC Lava Mix. We supplemented the seedling with 100 ml of water at an EC of 0.8 mixed with rooting hormone on the third day.

We were cautious not to overwater the delicate new roots of our Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized seedling, as overwatering could have led to root rot and stunted growth. The exposed cotyledons looked healthy, indicating that our plant received suitable water and nutrients. After a week of nurturing, we were thrilled that our plant had grown 5 cm tall. This was a significant milestone, indicating that our Purple Berry Muffinz had established a healthy root system. 


During the second week, we had to transplant our Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized into a bigger pot of 5 litres owing to the rapid growth of the root zone. Our seedling had sprouted to 15 cm and showcased broad fan leaves. We provided 200 ml of water, supplemented with rooting hormone, while maintaining the EC at 0.8. The temperature was kept at 23°C during the day and 21°C at night and the relative humidity was at 65% to support the plant’s development.

In the third week, our plant had reached a height of 24 cm. The apical mainstem was developing well, with multiple nodes forming and limited internodal spacing. It’s crucial to be on top of an active pest management plan and take necessary measures to prevent any potential outbreaks, as these critters can cause serious problems for growth. To prevent thrips, aphids, and fungus gnat larvae, we have placed sachets of Neoseiulus Californicus and Amblyseuis Swirskii along the main stem.

Towards the end of the week, our Purple Berry Muffinz had developed lush, broad green leaves, and we increased our nutrient solution to 400 ml. The green colouration on the leaves indicates that the plant has sufficient levels of nitrogen, an essential component in the process of photosynthesis. Insufficient nitrogen levels in a plant can hinder its ability to carry out photosynthesis effectively, negatively impacting its growth and development. 


During the fourth week, we changed our lighting schedule to 12 hours on and 12 hours off. This change in lighting mimics the natural transition from summer to autumn, which signals the plant to start the flowering stage. We replaced Bio Grow with Bio Flower to encourage bud development and increased the volume to 800 ml. Switching to flowering nutrients reduces high nitrogen levels, and more phosphorus and potassium are provided to support optimal growth throughout flowering.

By the end of the week, our plant had grown to a height of 34 cm. After closely monitoring the development of the root zone, we decided to increase the volume of our nutrient solution to 800 ml to provide adequate nourishment. Our plant looked magnificent, and despite the fact that we know training techniques can significantly increase yields, we chose to let the plant grow and develop naturally without any intervention or plant training.

During the fifth week, we closely monitored the growth of our Purple Berry Muffinz. We were pleased to see that the optimal environmental conditions we provided resulted in a compact structure that continued to thrive. By the end of the week, the plants had reached a height of 47 cm, which was impressive progress. We increased the solution volume to 1000 ml and raised the EC to 1.7 to support the developing root zone. 

In the sixth week, our Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized had an impressive height of 60 cm, showcasing its typical indica morphology and visually stunning appearance. The plant has developed a strong and bushy structure with an increased number of leaves and branches, complemented by slender seven-pointed leaves, a defining feature of this strain. We increased the solution volume to 1500 ml while keeping it at an EC of 1.8, while the pH level remained unchanged at 6.2.

Watching for unwanted pests during the flowering stage is essential, as they can still cause significant problems for growers. As part of our ongoing pest management, we rehung new Neoseiulus Californicus and Amblyseius swirskii sachets onto the lower lateral branches. This will help us prevent pests from damaging our Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized, and continue growing healthy and strong.

In the seventh week of the cultivation cycle. our Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized has reached an impressive height of 68 cm. Due to our heavy feeding schedule, we flushed our plant with 1500 ml of water with an EC of 0.8 and pH of 6.5 to remove the unwanted salt residue that had built up. As a result, we noticed the initial signs of bud formation, and the tips have been proliferating. We can even see the emergence of white stigmas at the end of each branch, which looks quite promising. 

By the end of the eighth week, our plant had grown to 76 cm. The fan leaves were in a praying position, and the new foliage on the plant continued to display broad, long-fingered leaves. As calyxes continue to swell and expand as they encase the forming buds, we took necessary precautions to prevent any potential mould issues and removed larger leaves around the base of the plant.

As we anticipated, our Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized experienced some stretching in week nine, which led to an impressive height of 99 cm. The stretch also increased internodal spacing, thrusting the apical mainstem above the lower lateral branches. Witnessing the development of pistils and trichomes is genuinely breathtaking, and it’s incredible to see how the plant is thriving under our care. We’re excited to see its development.

Throughout week ten, buds were coated with resin, giving them a stunning, glistening appearance. The medium-sized calyxes on the apical mainstem are tightly packed together. While there is some budding on the upper stem and branches, the flower clusters remain dense and compact. Since we had not flushed our medium for a while, we utilised 1500 ml of water with EC 0.8 and PH 6.5 to clear any unwanted residues from the root zone before resuming our regular feeding schedule.

As the week drew to a close, Purple Berry Muffinz had reached a height of 108 cm, indicating that it was approaching the end of its vegetative phase. It seemed the plant was making a final push to grow upwards before diverting its energy towards producing dense and potent buds. During the next few weeks, our plant will gradually shift towards generating trichomes, the tiny resin glands responsible for the plant’s aroma and effects.

During week eleven, the plant’s pistils and trichomes are in the process of maturing. As the plant matures, it is crucial to closely monitor the buds’ development to ensure they reach their maximum potential in density and potency. To achieve this, it is recommended to use a jeweller’s scope to observe the trichomes’ development during flowering. Harvesting the plant at the ideal point of ripeness will guarantee a harvest that is not only bountiful but also flavoursome.

Many growers, including ourselves, aim for a specific ratio of trichomes before harvesting their plants. The ideal ratio that we and many others strive for is around 70 to 80% of the trichomes being milky, while the remainder exhibit hues of amber and brown. This indicates that the plant has reached its peak potency and is ready for harvest. It’s incredible to see how much progress our plant has made, and according to this week’s measurements, it has grown an impressive 117 cm.

Throughout the twelfth week, the last week before harvest, we flushed the plants daily to ensure the complete removal of any unwanted substances. The buds have a slight blue tint, and the foliage is dark green or almost purple. These colours are due to the presence of anthocyanins, which are pigments that are produced in response to colder temperatures. If you want to achieve more vibrant purple colouration in your plants, lowering the temperature in your grow room is recommended. 

Our Purple Berry Muffinz continued to grow another 5 cm throughout the week, reaching an impressive height of 125 cm. The trichome coverage was dense, and the flowers were compact. Bulbous calyxes were swelling and stacking on themselves, displaying a promising yield. Towards the end of the week, our plant was starting to emit a slightly pungent floral aroma tempered by a delightfully sweet and mellow fragrance.

As we reach the end of the thirteenth week, our excitement for the upcoming harvest has peaked! Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized has undergone remarkable growth over a period of 91 days, reaching an impressive height of 130 cm. 

The buds have developed beautifully, with chunky and dense formations that will pack a punch. Covered with a heavy coating of trichomes, glistening like diamonds under the light. The deep orange pistils threading through the buds add colour to the dark green foliage surrounding them. Overall, we could not be more delighted with the results of our hard work and dedication. Now, it was time to cut her down!


As a part of our post-harvest process, we carefully pruned any unnecessary fan leaves that did not have significant trichome coverage, ensuring that only the best quality buds are retained. To maintain the ideal conditions for drying, we kept the humidity level at precisely 60% and maintained a constant temperature of 15.5°C in our drying space. This ensured the buds were dried slowly and evenly, preserving their flavour, aroma, and potency.

We harvested our Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized by cutting it at the stem’s base and hung our plant upside down in a dark drying area for 21 days, where a gentle breeze circulated through the growing area. The slow drying process allowed us to preserve the essential terpenes, flavonoids, and cannabinoids in the flowers. It is these very cannabinoids that produce the potent effects and aromas that cannabis enthusiasts seek, so we made sure to handle the drying process with the utmost care.

Once the flowers were dried, the next step was eliminating all the chloroform from the biomass to achieve the perfect cure. To do this, we placed all our flowers into airtight glass jars and then placed the jars in the dark. It is essential to note that overfilling the jars should be avoided at all costs as the buds tend to retain moisture, leading to mould development. Additionally, breaking down large buds can prevent pockets of stagnant air from developing within the bud. 

During the initial 24-hour period, we left the jars unsealed to enable the moisture to escape. From the second day onwards, we burped the jars several times daily for the first few weeks. This entailed removing the lids for up to 60 minutes to facilitate the release of stagnant air while replenishing the air. As we approached the end of the 3-month curing process, we reduced the frequency of burping to once a day, minimising the amount of oxygen exposure.

With each passing day, we noticed a gradual improvement in the aroma of our Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized. To ensure that our product met the highest quality standards, we sent a small sample to our laboratory for cannabinoid testing, revealing a THC content of 23.42%.

Terpene profile

After patiently waiting for the curing process to finish, we were eager to try our Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized. Carefully, we broke the buds into smaller pieces and placed them in our grinder. With precision, we ground the buds until they reached a smooth and consistent texture. Once the grinding process was complete, we loaded the ground flower into our vaporizer and passed it around to enjoy its unique taste and aroma.

Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized boasts a highly intricate aroma and taste profile. The fragrance is a delightful mix of sweet candy and diesel notes, enhanced by the dominant floral notes, exotic sandalwood, and creamy cookie undertones. The earthy tones in the flavour profile stem from its Purple Bud lineage, whereas the subtle hints of tropical fruit are derived from Blueberry Muffinz and Zkittlez, culminating in a perfectly balanced taste with an exhilarating kick!

Our expectations of a balanced blend of sativa and indica were met upon consumption. The initial cerebral high brought on by Purple Berry Muffinz provided a noticeable increase in creativity, coupled with a sense of happiness and relaxation. As the high progressed, we experienced a gradual shift towards a soothing body high that helped alleviate physical tension and provided a sense of deep relaxation, making it the perfect choice for unwinding after a long day.

The outcome

After 91 days, we successfully harvested a total of 97 grams of dry cannabis flowers from our Purple Berry Muffinz, which had a delightful terpene profile. It’s an easy-to-grow and low-maintenance strain, which makes it an ideal choice for both novice and experienced growers alike. We’re highly satisfied with the results of our cultivation cycle and would enthusiastically recommend Purple Berry Muffinz Feminized to anyone in search of a potent terpene profile and a fulfilling growing journey.

  • Disclaimer:
    Laws and regulations regarding cannabis cultivation differ from country to country. Sensi Seeds therefore strongly advises you to check your local laws and regulations. Do not act in conflict with the law.


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