Pink Lemonade (Unknown Breeder) Pink Lemonade is a bit of mystery and not to be confused by Annunaki’s Pink LemonAid or Mosca Seeds Pink Lemon-Aid, there’s also a Pink Lemonade strain that has mysterious origins. This fruity strain comes from unknown parents that some sources online report as Purple Kush, Lemon Skunk, and a third strain that is not disclosed. No seeds or clones are available for sale online and, accordingly, growing information is scarce, but several sources claim that this Pink Lemonade strain has glistening resin, bronze pistils, and a sweet, fruity, earthy flavor profile. Pink LemonAid by Annunaki Genetics Breeder Annunaki Genetics originally created its first version of Pink LemonAid by crossing Huckleberry Hound with Lemon Cheesecake. Later on, it swapped out Huckleberry Hound for Huckleberry Soda, already a top strain for the company, to concoct Pink LemonAid V2, a plant with beautiful pink and purplish-green buds. The resulting strain has a sweet, lemony flavor profile and about 21% THC, according to the breeder. Pink LemonAid reportedly has very high resin production, and that there’s little difference between the two versions despite having two fathers. According to Annunaki, Pink LemonAid has three phenotypes, two heavy sativa and one that leans more toward indica. The sativa-leaning phenotypes grow tall and lanky, flower in about eight weeks, and have average yields. The indica-leaning phenotype is short and stocky, flowering in eight weeks with a more earthy aroma and larger yields than the other phenotypes Its version of Pink LemonAid won first place in Mixed Light (Greenhouse) at the 2018 Emerald Cup in Santa Rosa, California. Pink Lemon-Aid by Mosca Seeds There’s also a Pink Lemon-Aid from the breeder Mosca Seeds, which took a Lemon G female and crossed it with a Pink 2.0 male to create its own version of this strain, with pale green glistening buds and a citrus flavor profile, according to the breeder. The breeder says this balanced hybrid is suitable for indoor or outdoor growing conditions, but needs a warm, dry environment and plenty of space. Pink Lemon-Aid grows to medium height, flowers quickly, and has a good yield.