First season, starting late, outdoor South Australia


#83

Love your work @Powaforce


#84

As far as I know, the neighbours are unaware of thrice pot topped up blown over madam stretchalot ( I might rename her Gale ) and I haven’t seen anybody out the back since, touch wood. Its abit windy again this morning but I’ll grab a pic after my coffee.
Train tracks, I like it, especially if its easy and inconspicuous enough to get water in. I once had some bag seeds I put next to a big tank that a roadwork crew were using to fill up watercarts. Every time they disconeccted the hose it would get a good flush and it was amongst other roadside weeds so was camouflaged. It had been there for a few months, got to about 2 foot tall and a sheep stuck its head thru the fence and ate it. :(:face_with_raised_eyebrow: here’s Gale’s tree

and here’s Gale, notice how much her stem has thickened since blowing over, she was a stringbean.


#85

I can’t help myself. Here’s strawb

compared to the older unknown strain (possible white widow) shes not very symmetrical lol


#86

Wow what plant is the bottom two pics! That is some tight node spacing! Wow! :astonished:


#87

@Caosred … if it’s your best one are you going to polinate one of the girls for some seed?


#88

Lol I wish I knew. Its a long story but essentially a mate gave me what he told me was a clone to play with. I asked him a few weeks later which strain it was and he couldn’t even remember giving it to me. My completely un educated guess is a white widow auto and if it is, I would think it was a seed and not a clone. Those node spacings are compact. I was going to top her before I suspected auto but couldn’t bring myself to do it because of how symmetrical she is. For a plant only 18 inches high she smells really fruity and almost bubblegummy. She won’t yield pounds but I think she’ll be quite potent. Hopefully.


#89

Aargh, that bastard!! Try pulling it’s nanna’s off so he doesn’t get frisky with your other girls maybe?


#90

Not sure yet just had really good look and dont think it is male just a false alarm :rotating_light: i hope :crossed_fingers:


#91

Hay man looking really good :blush:!! I pretty sure i had false alarm :rotating_light: with that male so done my 1st fimming on it see how it goes


#92

How far up man?? That’s wicked :metal:t2::metal:t2::metal:t2:


#93

Heres some pics


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#95

I gotta stand on the very top rung of the ladder to poke my head over to see her. I usually just free climb the tree. I hope for your sake shes not a bloke, just a girl that’s a bit butch. :wink:


#96

True and thanks man me too


#97

Hey @Caosred batten down the hatches buddy, your about to get wet! Lol


#98

Yes we all ready got it man been raining :umbrella:️ for three days now and thay love :heart:️ it


#99

Bro you were right!!! Just got hammered big time had like minni cyclone hail and all but i got my baby’s inside in time :+1:t2::+1:t2::+1:t2:Here’s some pics of my garden and some hail


#100

Is there an unlike button, lol. Hail isn’t the ideal growing medium lol


#101

Lol :joy: no it’s not but for how bad it was not much damage here’s pics of baby’s this morning and my garden after all that hail


#102

Lol I saw a catermaran on a roof in Toukley on Sunrise and thought of you! ROFL! :wink: