Her night seems to have gone well. No signs of transplant shock. The worm castings top dress has disappeared!
Two hours of Arizona sun today, with another two hours in the window to come directly following. The heat and burning sunlight are the challenge, so this hardening isn't the normal, "let her adapt to the cold " hardening, but the opposite. Car show and Jeep season are in "winter", nothing gets scheduled outside during summer. She also got her first feeding, 1/4 tsp Natures brand from Miracle Gro in a quart of water. That flushed her through, she's so small.
Little sister Skye. Her bud isn't forming anymore, bit the trichomes are still there.
A bit more root. Another week or so, if she follows in her sisters footsteps.
No wilt, she seems far better off than past dirt clones. We shall see.
Cut off in mid-budding. That orange is leftover from her cutting, she was only a few weeks to harvest when she broke off.