Shipping and Delivery

European Union

We ship within the entire EU. Shipping costs will apply and will be added at checkout.

All European orders above €150.00 will receive Free-shipping.

International Shipping

Our Strains are internationally available with the following Retailers:

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If you don't find the Strains you are looking for, please contact our retailers directly and let them know, what you are looking for 💚

We ship out all orders by the following day once the payment has been received. Shipments are sent with a tracking code and usually take up to 1 week. In rare cases longer delivery times can occur due to issues by our post carrier.

Normal Packaging

All our orders come in a neutral brown bubble wrap envelopes and as the sender, our Tradename "Diversity Innovations" is mentioned.

Moreover, we do not include any order slip or order confirmations in the packages, with any private details. The only details mentioned on the packaging are the shipping addresses.

Stealth Packaging

If you wish to have extra discreetness & stealth!

All the above mentioned discreetness details are applied in our Stealth packaging.

Additionally we remove all seeds from their original packaging, repack them soundproof and hide them pushed into our customs foam board. Check the Stealth Packaging Foamboard product for more information. 1 Foamboard can contain ~25 seeds.

Payment methods

European Union

For our EU customer, we currently offer 2 options:

- Creditcard: Quickpay is our Creditcard module in which Mastercard, VISA and Maestro are accepted.

- Bank Deposit: If you choose Bank Deposit, you will receive our Banking Details at the end of the purchase process, please transfer the funds in a timely manner.

International Orders

Depending on the Retailer you have chosen, they are different options.

Crypto Payments

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Yes, TerpyZ Mutant Genetics guarantees to refund any item you are not totally happy with.

In accordance with our Returns & Refunds Policy, please notify us before you send goods back to us. Please check our return policy for more details or contact us at:

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1. Detailed photo documentation of the faulty item.
2. Explanation of the defect.
3. Order number.

Please inspect your order upon reception and contact us immediately if the item is defective, damaged or if you receive the wrong item, so that we can evaluate the issue and make it right.

We are a team of passionate cannabis aficionados, united by our decade-long quest for the most unique and exclusive strains. This relentless pursuit of the extraordinary, sparked by our quest for what seemed unattainable, naturally led to the birth of TerpyZ Mutant Genetics in 2021. Armed with our extensive hands-on experience in the cannabis industry, our team is at the forefront of breeding standout strains. These creations not only challenge and redefine traditional perceptions of cannabis but also solidify our position as the ultimate connoisseurs of unique cannabis experiences.

Our journey has always been about seeking out the extraordinary. The diversity of our offerings is a testament to our commitment to this quest. Whether it’s the challenge of ensuring discretion for our growers, or the desire for a stunningly diverse garden, our curated selections are designed to exceed expectations. At TerpyZ, diversity isn't just an option; it's our promise.

TerpyZ Mutant Genetics

Technically the term mutant cannabis is slightly misleading. A mutation once stabilized is considered a new variety/cultivar, thus in technical terms speaking our mutant varieties are Cannabis Genetics with different Leaf morphologies, Flower morphologies and/or rare Terpene expressions.

Yet, to keep it easy and make a good distinction for non-botanist we stick with the term mutant Cannabis.

It depends on the Strain. Same as with normal Cannabis plants. Some of our lines are rich in CBD others are THC dominant. Many of our lines are THC-rich and crossed with potent regular Cannabis lines or landraces.

Check the Strain descriptions to find detailed break downs of each strains unique properties.

Yes, we have observed significantly higher pest resistance in some of our mutant lines. Furthermore, they exhibit remarkable hardiness in nutrient-poor soils.

This has several reasons, most of our mutants come from breeding origins well adapted to natural outdoor conditions, giving them strong natural immunity.

Some morphologies offer benefits in certain conditions.

As well as, many modern strains are highly inbred and have rarely seen natural conditions, thus there is a high probability of weak genetics. "Kissing-Cousin"-Syndrome.

And of course, there are also many normal looking strains that are strong, resilient and vigorous plants. For this reason Cannabis is also referred to as "Weed".

1. ABC "Australian Bastard Cannabis" has by far the least resemblance of regular Cannabis. Even whilst flowering it hardly looks like Cannabis. Many of our ABC Hybrid varieties and ABC selections are fairly potent and resilient growing plants.

2. AD lines single finger, non-serrated leaves hardly look like Cannabis. Especially in their vegetative stage itś close to impossible to recognize them. Once they start flowering, there is a chance that experienced Cannabis growers will recognize them visually or the smell.

3. GPP - serrated Single Leaflet lines. These look a lot like stinging nettles or other common herbs during the vegetative stage. Yet, when the flowering begins this effect slightly wears off, but still, they are much more stealth than the well-known Duckfoot (webbed) varieties.

4. Fernlike Cannabis like Mentha de Croco. These amazing Cannabis cultivars truly do not look like regular Cannabis. Yet once they start flowering their smell definitely will tell what they are. Nonetheless, for not experienced Cannabis enthusiasts it might be hard to recognise these plants as what they are.

5. SWAG, the famous webbed non-serrated lines look very different from regular Cannabis. Even experienced growers struggle to identify them as Cannabis.

6. Duckfoot, Cannabis varieties with fused leaflets are probably the most common stealth cultivars. During their vegetative stage, it definitely applies, once flowering begins this effect slightly wears off.

1. ABC "Australian Bastard Cannabis.

Leaves resembling Parsley, very hardy and drought tolerant. Originating from Australia, most likely a landrace/feral Cannabis Population. We offer many pure lines, as well as Hybrids with increased potency. Suitable for indoors and outdoors.


These are smooth-edged ducks (non-serrated webbed leafed) varieties. Usually accompanied by outstanding terpene profiles and great hardiness outdoors for all kinds of climates. The SWAG lineage is based upon 30 years of breeding efforts.

3. AD - Lines

Smooth-edged Single Finger, & fingered Cannabis variety. It is related to the SWAG family, yet distinct in its own right. Similar to the SWAG highly adapted to all climates in outdoor conditions.

The line between SWAG and AD are fluent. Just as with Ducks and GPPś.

4. GPP - Single Finger Strains.

Same as the AD Line these mutant lines mostly produce one-fingered leaves, just with serrations. Serrations refer to the "teeth" along the leaf edges. They originate from a landrace Cannabis population found near the Russian Chinese border region Amur.

The majority of varieties within this family do well both indoors and outdoors. Generally also very vigorous and high yielding.

5. Fernlike Cannabis
This mutation was started with the now famous Freakshow line. We have our own line up, based on our Mentha de Croco, with improved Flavour and yield.

6. Duck, webbed leaves.

Probably the best-known Cannabis Leaf mutation on the market. We offer many Duckfoot lines. They generally perform just like regular Cannabis just with a slightly higher stealth factor. Most of our Duckfoot varieties do well both inside and outside.

7. Variegated

Variegated Cannabis has clear benefits and downsides. The benefits are disputable and mostly subjective. Primarily we think they are extremely pretty, and we love pretty plants. Some also might say that adding colours to the plants adds some stealth factor.

Moreover, albino flowers require a less stringent curing process, as curing intends mostly to get rid of the grassy taste caused by Chlorophyll.

The downside is they are more sensitive, require a bit extra experience and are generally less vigorous. The vigour directly correlates with the amount of Chlorophyl (Green Plant tissues)

It is all 100% natural. Our mutant seed lines are exclusively developed through crossing cannabis genetics; nettles, herbs or tomatoes were not involved in the breeding process. Some mutations arose through selective breeding or occurred naturally within landrace / feral seed lines.

"Mutation" serves as the primary source of genetic variation and acts as the driving force of evolution. This is required to adapt to new environmental conditions and preserve natural diveristy.

Australian Bastard Cannabis

The answer is not straightforward. We believe it could be. Depending on which origin story you assign to.

Genetical analysis have shown that ABC is the most distant relative in the Cannabis Genus even further than Hemp. This could be an indicator of long genetical isolation and adaptation to the Australian environment. There is the possibility that the Polynesians or Aborigines, as many human settlers, brought Cannabis with them and it became feral in Australia and was later on rediscovered by the descendants of the European settlers. In this case if the Natives undertook any form of selection process, ABC technically could be a Landrace, which later on became feral.

The other origin story is that ABC became feral from Hemp populations that the European settlers brought with them. And due to the extreme conditions of the Australian climate mutated heavily and survived the Cannabis eradication efforts of the Australian Government, thanks to the stealth appearance. While not impossible, we believe this story to be less likely, as ABC is THC dominant cultivar, with barely any CBD or resemblance of Hemp cultivars. Moreover, does the original aroma profile of ABC resemble the one typically found in Sativas.

It comes from the Land down under, the Australian continent. This rare mutation has been found in the rural South of Australia in the 70´s or 80´s according to the Cannabis Community.

The current stock of ABC was distributed in recent decades by many enthusiasts and collectors, and bred to be comparable to normal Cannabis Strains.

For the origin story we believe in check the questions: Is ABC considered a Landrace strain?

ABC Seeds are generally harder to germinate than normal Strains. Our hybrid versions are already greatly improved compared to the feral IBL, yet still a bit more care is required.

Optional: Soak your ABC Seeds in a 1% Hydrogen Peroxide solution for 12 hours.

We have found the highest success rate with germinating the Seeds directly in soil.

Make sure your soil is NEVER wet and NEVER dry. This is extremely important. Wet Soil will kill your seeds. Dry Soil will not let them germinate.

Make sure your soil is moist at all times. In order to access this a bit of experience with Plant growing is required. A wet soil will drop water if squeezed. A moist soil will make you finger moist when touching it, but under no circumstances make your finger wet.

About 90% of seeds will germinate within 7-14 days. The remaining 10% can take up to one months.

We usually have 99% germination with this method.

Other germination methods also work well for some growers, but we can´t give direct advise.

NOTE: Our hybrid varieties germinate faster and easier, than the feral one.

Yes, they do. They are generally much slower in the initial weeks. So make sure to water according to plant size and not a pre-determined schedule based on your normal Cannabis plants. If you want you ABC to be the same size as your normal Cannabis plants, start them 6-8 weeks earlier, in order to reach sufficient size. From this age their growth rate significantly picks up speed.

During these initial weeks, it's best to fertilize them with only half of what you would provide for regular plants to avoid nutrient burns. Pre-fertilized soils often contain sufficient nutrients.

Also they tend to be more bushy and branched, with far smaller leaves compared to normal Cannabis.

The Flo Fusion ABC strain with about 16% THC.

In Week 5-6 of flowering, get ready for a dramatic change in growth. The plant will explode with an abundance of flowers, reaching ridiculous levels of flower mass production around week 8, doubling its flower mass another time. It's crucial to ensure sufficient nutrient supply during this time.

Eventually, the plant will have an outstanding bud to leaf ratio, leaving you with mostly buds and minimal leaves in between.

To get the full potential of Flo Fusion ABC we recommend 9-10 weeks of flowering.

Duck Cannabis (Webbed leaves)

It's believed that Wally Duck may have been among the first to introduce duckfoot strains to the Cannabis community.

However, it's important to note that fused leaves, commonly appear in seedlings, and if selective bred for it can be stabilised over a few generations. Genes similar to those found in duckfoot strains are also present in Indica/Afghani lines and other landrace varieties, where often fused leaflets appear. As a result, there may be duck strains with diverse origins currently in existence.

SWAG | Smooth Duck Cannabis

Yes, outdoor they are exceptionally strong. As Kalyseeds the original creator of the SWAG line, work exclusively outdoors, these genetics were exposed to some of the harshest climate and growing conditions. Only the once that thrived were selected and over generations this has lead to a Strain family. With very high pest and disease resistance. The ability to handle extremely High and low temperatures, as well as water stress or poor soils.

Truly High-Quality genetics!

SWAG Cannabis, also known as PAC (Pseudoacercannabis), originated from a mutation created by Kalyseeds. This strain has a resemblance to Duckfoot leaves, featuring webbed fingers or single leaflets with entirely smooth edges.

The SWAG Cannabis varieties include a wide range of variability, offering numerous opportunities to create various cannabis leaf forms. 

Some lines showcase entirely fused leaflets, forming mostly smooth single leaflets in shapes ranging from rhomboid (diamond-shaped) to lanceolate (lance-shaped), resembling bamboo. These SWAG varieties are unique and may not initially resemble regular cannabis until they enter the flowering period, posing identification challenges even for experienced growers. Other SWAG lines lean towards webbed leaves resembling maple leaves, with occasional folding leaves. SWAG Cannabis also displays interesting traits such as variegations (colorful/ white/ green/ yellow/ pink/ purple).