Seed Pack

About this product

Category Pyramid Seeds

Tutankhamon by Pyramid Seeds comes from a meticulous selection of AK-47 plants, resulting in a plant that grows spongy, thick buds.

Flavor Fruity
Climate Cold
Effect Medicinal relaxant
Genotype Mostly Indica
€6.23 Save 11%
Tax included


Secure transaction

Sent from

Add to wish list

Customer ratings

More product information

Customer ratings

Tutankhamon by Pyramid Seeds has created one of the most famous strains in the world thanks to have easy it is to grow and the amazing results it provides. It grows fast and strong with strong branches that are capable of yielding large, thick buds.

Indoors these plants grow stable and balanced, growing into a sort of dark green, healthy color. It should be ready after just 65 flowering days. Its small structure makes it the perfect strain that you’ll need to try in order to understand it. You can harvest up to 600g with 7 plants per square meter – if you let it mature enough you should be able to double that yield.

Outdoors it grows with a balanced leaf/calyx ratio, making it much easier to trim, dry and cure. It feeds quite a lot, and you’re going to need to give it a strict diet of all the nutrients that it needs. It should be ready towards the end of September. Tutankhamon can yield up to 900g from just one singular plant. This strain can take quite a while to dry properly, so just be patient.

This marvelous strain has quite an intense flavor. It’s fruity and it has an intense flavor of old school weed, slightly spicy. It gives a colorful high due to how many times its been crossed. It’s highly recommended for smoking with friends.

ATTENTION: 50u. packs are ordered upon request and sent within 48/72h.

  • Sativa/Indica: 60/40%
  • Flowering: 8-9 weeks indoors, mid-September outdoors.
  • Height: 1-1.5m indoors, 1.7-2m outdoors.

Product details

Category Pyramid Seeds Reference Pyramid Seeds UPC 11

Leave your product review

Grade Comments (0)

Product History

Product added to wishlist
Product added to compare.

This site uses cookies to improve the user experience. More information on this link.