Blueberry kush photo first grow

@Jackie_Daytona I feel like I didn’t take enough off. Instead of truly lollipopping I kind of left a bouquet at the end of each top along with whatever low originating buds caught enough light to make it to the canopy.

That’s why I’m going to mainline one of my clones and start a new journal in about 3 weeks. That way I can have an even symmetrical 8 tops and straight trim every branch that’s not a top cola.

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@Hellraiser @Cannabian @armoredgoat @zee @BigHuff2316

Are these just normal flowering colors? I’m only at like day 22 of flower and I just spotted one of my plants putting out purple striping on leaves up towards the top of the colas.

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Hard to tell with one picture. Can you take a few more of the whole plant and one from top pointing down…

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This is the only other one I got. The lights clicked out for dark period like a minute ago. It’s only like these few leaves. They’re the highest fan leaves sticking out of the top cola’s.

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There’s no other real signs of stress. I’m pushing the temps a little low at night like 68 and then a high of about 81 during the day at the hottest. This particular plant is about 24 inches from the light. It’s neighbor the tall plant is like barely 16 inches from the light but showing nothing except a ton more trichomes than the rest of the plants.

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Plant looks super healthy and happy. Looks natural to me. Not uncommon at that stage either.

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Thank you @Zee. I kinda figured but I have no idea. Veg was kind of like garbage time at least for me, flower is more like something new is happening every week.

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Veg is boring, watching paint dry. Flowering is where it’s at! Exciting times ahead for you!

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The closet clones do not look like they are gonna wait patiently for my cheap ass to buy a proper veg tent.

Normal. Consider them fall colors. Could be genetics as well, but usually as to do with chlorophyll. Cooler temperatures inhibit chlorophyll production. Chlorophyll, you might remember from 6th-grade science, is the plant component vital to photosynthesis. Different genes and different cannabinoid ratios, flavor profiles, and anthocyanin are all factors. The most prominent variation to green cannabis is purple as seen in your pic. Think of the tree leaves in fall. As temperatures drop, they change from green to red, orange, yellow, or gold. Cannabis doesn’t produce the colors until the latter half of the flowering stage, with a few exceptions.

If You really want to see your plants change colors wait until the last two weeks of flower. Drop the temps during lights off to 58-60 and lights on period move the temps back to 70-75 (keeping it cool during lights on) Tricking the plant to thinking the end is coming. She will start showing fall colors and start ripening

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Yeah looks like a normal color change, most likely just genetics kicking in.

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I had planned on dropping temps like that during the final flush. If for nothing else than to just increase the fall foliage look for my own enjoyment.

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I kind of regret not having a surviving clone from every plant now. Each plant smells incredibly different. The variegated plant smells like straight gasoline or something like I was shocked by the smell. The tall girl which I have a clone of smells like sugar, flowers, with maybe a hint of blueberry. The back right plant is something different altogether, I can’t even describe it. Like a combination between some sort of petroleum products and blueberries. The fall foliage plant doesn’t really have any smell at all yet. I expected diversity especially after seeing the difference in height and color between them all but they all smell like distinctly different weed types.