Ok, so the last time I posted here; I posted about two clones I bought, and I wanted to thank you all for your responses as to what I should do with them. I have since successfully transitioned them outside, but that’s not the kicker. I got a Facebook message from a woman I met once; She invited me to come and look at her grow last year.
Well she offered me three of her flowering plants…!!! (2) Blueberry Tsunami) (1) Harlequin Cross **ALL standing about 5-7 feet tall absolutely beautiful!! She gave me feeding instructions, including some BT telling me to give them some of that spray every 3rd day. Also some Tiger bloom, every 3rd day. I feel so blessed!! Any thoughts? Should post pics? Are too late to clone?
Oh yes you should post photos! We all love photos here!
Congrats on your new girls!!
@Rugar89 is right we need pics
Please please please
And congrats 3 flowering plants that tall wow.
We would all love pictures.
I’m curious how a person transports a 7’ tall plant?
Yes pics would be great.
Yes you can still clone off from them if you would like. I have not cloned so others would have to help you with that but it can be done for sure.
IKR?!?..luckily we have tented windows, they fit in the back on the floor and they survived nicely!
clones aren’t looking too well
Hey guys, I posted pics… still waiting on some advice on how to maintain such beauties! Doing good so far… the clones are up and looking good as well! Acclimated to the outside just fine!
Clone #1 I stressed this one to see if I could get the stem to grow a little thicker. And to see what else may happen using Robert Bergman technique. Has anyone else used this technique… if so what were your results positive or negative?
Clone #2 Took off and flowered early I wonder if they are auto flowers… shame I don’t know. I have been watering them with nutes and they seem to be doing fine. I transitioned them outside back when I first posted them.
Here is one of
the three girls I adopted. De-suckered all of them they get watered and fed from the bottom every three days now.
#2 looks to be ready for harvest!
Not quit ready yet, but getting close!