It’s the middle of the week and we’re on the home stretch. Needing some pot-porn/sticky inspiration to drive me through to Friday. Let’s share some photos of the biggest plants we’ve ever grown!!!
Show me youra and I’ll show you mine!
This has been my largest (in weight) so far. A little over 7oz. Always looking to go bigger and better.
Looks like they cropped the cola pic. You’ll have to click on it.
Was a 9 ft tall sweet amnesia in a 50 gal barrel cut cut down a bit. Ended up with about 3/4 lb. from it.
Should have been a lot more but a killer frost and mold caused me to take early.
Had 4 straight days of rain right after the frost. Now I’m indoor and things are much better.
This pathetic looking Strawberry Cough produced just over 16 zips dried and cured.
I call it pathetic because it got out of control and completely fell over when I unbound her (from the SCROG frame).
Here it is after chopping:
@Bobbydigital - NICE!! She looks so juicy and tasty!!
Did you get your 7oz weight before or after drying and curing?
P.S.: i luuuuvv that you document your grow with photos that you label with your individual identification system and date! Accurate growth charting is absolutely essential for everything from reviewing and modifying techniques to keeping track of feedings and defoliations to possible disease or abnormal changes. Really awesome!
That’s her weight broken up, dried and cured. It was around 32oz wet and on the stems.
Look at that beautiful tree!! Makes me want to relax under her and read a book or something. Is that a plant that you’re currently growing or is it an older pic. I’m so nosy to see what you yielded from her!!
@the2409labs. That was 2018 outdoor grow. Should have yielded over 2 lbs
but due to circumstances ended up about 3/4 lb.
This is what I woke up to on 25 sept 18.
I was never so disgusted. And that’s when I said enough is enough. Started growing inside.
@Oldguy that would have made me cry.
Then I would have gone on a little rage marathon throwing rocks and generally having a toddler tantrum.
@Bobbydigital - and I bet she smoked you up really nicely.
That’s why I say that when we treat our ladies well, they always return the favor.
I’m still growing this Beast indoors. She is my GSC that reaches over 60” tall and well past 40” wide. She is bent over since she was near the top of my 4x4x80” tent.
ohhhh she is going to BLESS you with bud!! So lovely. Tall like a super model and just as sexy.
Did you do anything different with this girl to get her so tall? Did you purposely grow her that tall or did she just end up a big girl? How far along is she?
@the2409labs I had my light cycle at 14/10 if I remember correctly. She started off real slow the first month. Then she took off. I planted her in June and she first shown buds late Sept. I did change her for sure to a 12/12 cycle.
I didn’t do anything special at all. She turned into this all by herself. And she was under a lighting that wasn’t even close to what she needed to grow.
Now I have her bent over because she was almost touching the lights. She still has a min 4 to 6 weeks to go before harvest.
She is the reason why I joined this forum because it said GSC isn’t supposed to get over 30”. Hahaha
She went into soil on June 18th at 5:02pm.
@MrPeat - have you considered tying her down a bit? it’ll save you plenty of space for the upward growth you’ll experience as you progress through bloom.
however, it’s so cool to see such a tall lady!
I’ve already had her tied down. The new colas turned and started growing upwards. She is staying leaned over on her own free will now.
I’ll be in the process of securing her with support beams.
Sounds like a good plan! One of my favorite things to do is push a plant to its limits. It always amazes me how versatile and adaptable cannabis is. I’ve tested growing in cold, extreme heat, constant heavy winds, high CO2, tried to see how tall I can grow an indoor plant, how wide I can get an indoor plant to grow, etc… Cannabis never ceases to amaze me.
When I get home I’ll post my favorite big girl.
So this is biggest plant that I can find a photo of.
The reason I loved her so much was because she was initially and INCREDIBLY sick plant. She came from the veg floor because of a clog in the ebb and flow system. She went without ANY water for like 4 days. N.O.N.E.
When I was alerted to the problem I decided that instead of throwing her away, I was going to transfer her to a stand alone (she didn’t stay in that bucket for much longer. She went into a 20 gallon container so she could breathe) and try to nurse her back to health. It took me 3 weeks of literal round the clock care to get her back to freaking life and then she just flourished!!
That’s a 4x4 tent that she filled up there. She was just an amazing lady. Nursing her back to life and subsequently helping her to grow so big and beautiful is something that I was incredibly proud of.
For some reason the same photo posted twice. My bad.
Also, I am going to try to dig around for the photos of her when she was dead so you can compare. It’s amazing.
Beautiful! The trunk on that beast is impressive. What strain was she?
Very nice spread her out fill that space up.