Thanks, though I'm not looking for wild plants (Finola/FIN-314 for sure isn't)!
It's not about getting feral genetics into some crosses but getting Finola LoL . It truly is for ornamental reasons because, with a certificate of origin (or however they call it), it's legal here around to have some ornamental plants in the garden; Finola, allegedly a ruderalis x sativa cross, is autoflowering, finishes early (produces ripe seeds in time) in northern latitudes (or bad/cold weather) and it's pretty small for a fibre/seed hemp strain. Additionally, I don't like the other EU-approved cultivars (especially those French hybrids and monoecious ones) whereas the 'Kompolti' and the Italian crosses flower late (although the Italians have comparatively high CBD levels) and the Hungarian Lovrin 110 isn't EU approved... I would also go for the 'Helvetica' cultivar but it's no longer approved (too high THC content) and likely to be 'extinct' in practical terms ;( .
A second project would be the feral progeny of the famous 'Kentucky fibre hemp' (or whatever's growing wild in the mid north-west of the states)... There seem to be also purple and high essential oil specimens... But that's a different matter and I may open a new post to ask for seeds from those
P.S. Heard that the suomi by VSB is a sickly cripple (at least in the first generation)...