Fat marijuana leaves


#1

I was wondering about the leaves on the two plants on the right. I have
never seen such fat leaves. As the one on the left has normal long
skinny 5 finger leaves. The strain on the right is carmelicous. Any
answers to this question?


#2

Leaves will be either fat or skinny and because of the huge mixture of strains out there, every strain could go either way. Those fatty’s will stretch out a bit as they grow. They’re looking pretty, just the way they are.


#3

Carmelicous are about 65% Indica and 35% Sativa,The Indica usually have fatter leaves by trait.Nice plants,what strain is the plant on the left?


#4

I have personally seen leaves on a seedling or smaller plant that starts out with super fat indica like leaves, but when the plant gets a couple of feet tall and more mature, have all the new leaves become super thin 7 to 9 fingered sativa like leaves. The plant may show varying signs of its inheritance, its genetic lineage, throughout the life-cycle.


#5

Hey there. The strain on the left is white queen. It didn’t grow for me at first and I had no seeds left. I managed to get a very small cutting off the failing ones and clones it. This plant on the left is the result. It worked for me.