My females are symmetrical not a symmetrical is that possiblei was told only males are symmetrical but i have pistils
Male plants don’t have pistils, they only have balls, unless it’s a hermaphrodite, then it’s gender fluid.
If by symmetrical you mean growth pattern, this is possible in both sexes.
So seedlings start with symmetrical growth. As they get older and start to veg, the nodes begin to alternate as asymmetrical growth. I can almost always tell if a plant was grown from seed or was a clone based on the node pattern. Since clones are taken in veg, almost all clones will have asymmetrical growth. Only clones that were taken very early on will have symmetrical growth. Symmetrical growth looks nice but asymmetrical growth allows each limb its own personal space in which to grow. Not sure how I turned a little question into all that, but that’s my 5 cents.
Thank youi was worried cause everything makes me say they are females but someone said if they are symmetrical they are males
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