Apricot Pie Mutant Mix "Smooth-edged webbed Leaves" (Regular Mutant Cannabis Seeds)

KalyseedsSKU: APM001

Regular Seeds: 12
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Leaf type:

SWAG & Duckfoot & normal leaves w/ serrated non-serrated, rare Blade-shaped ~10-20% Variegated

Plant Size:

M-XL | Up to 180cm

Aroma & Flavour:

Afghan, Earthy, Sweet, Fruits


Medium-High | Low-Medium


Hybrid Body-stone with happiness


8-9 Weeks, end September-end October

Estimated Yield:



Outdoor | Indoor




Variegated AD17 x Ed Rosenthal Sativa SWAG F2


Description: Apricot Pie Mutant Mix is a cross between a variegated AD17 and an ED Rosenthal Sativa SWAG. AD17 (Apricot Delia 17) has non-serrated Blade-shaped leaves and is a legacy strain of Kalyseeds. The leaf form is slim and thin towards the edges. Ed Rosenthal Sativa SWAG F2 is a cross of a Purple Afghan SWAG and ED Rosenthal. The SWAG was present in the plant chosen for this cross, but due to only being an F2 it isn't entirely stabilised. Both parents have been chosen to increase the types of leaf morphologies to create a mutant mix. The buds will have an intoxicating aroma, whilst featuring a bit more airy bud structure typical for Sativa plants.

By crossing the variegated AD17 to the ED Rosenthal Sativa SWAG the goal was to create a huge range of phenotypes.

Morphology & Growth: Apricot Pie Mutant Mix will have some Indica-leaning phenotypes. They stay on the smaller side, with solid buds, like in the Purple Afghan SWAG. The other Phenotypes are the Sativa-leaning once, in some rare cases this will mean that a longer flowering time of 10 weeks is required, but most will be done in 8-9 weeks. Yet, you will most likely see a great variety of unique flower types and leaf types, like in Apricot Roses Mutant Mix.

Apricot Pie Mutant Mix is easy to cultivate. It is not very picky about nutrients.

Aroma & Flavour: Afghan, Earthy, Sweet, Fruits. Most Phenotypes will have a medium to strong aroma. 


*Important Notice: Many TerpyZ x Kalyseeds Cultivars have been bred exclusively outdoors. Thus, indoor cultivation carries some intersex risk. In case you encounter any issues, rest assured: We will gladly replace your pack.

*Disclaimer:Collection item only .18+, sales to minors prohibited. This product is for souvenir and collection purposes only. TerpyZ Genetics does not accept any responsibility for any illegal use by third parties. By purchasing this product, you accept the responsibility to check and always follow your local laws.

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