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    #76
    Coming along willi!

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      #77
      Very different sisters...but wait, do I spy some balls. :(

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          #79
          As you say, very different. 2nd picture?, I hope not.

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            #80
            Yeah, I'm hoping the smaller is firm...time will tell.

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              #81

              It's not so easy to see on the first photo, but the second shot does look like a hemie, I'm sorry to say. Hopefully the smaller phone is good. Have they been stressed?
              I had a little look at mine today with a loop, but they're still too small to tell. They are only just at the 5th Internode, but the side branches aren't developed enough to have pre flowers.

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                #82
                Oh no thats a bummer. Looks like it's just bananas like described in post #4.
                thx for sharing.

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                  #83
                  Yeah, so the white fluffy one is the tall one, and pretty sure that's a hermie...the second one though, I don't know yet. They have been coddled so I don't think it is stress, but who knows...not the end of the world. I will keep a close eye on them and put the chick with a stick outside.

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                    #84
                    Well, I let the #1 plant that I thought was intersex continue on. Now I am not sure what to think as the development seems fairly normal. It's a lovely plant, and staying quite compact in size. Really nice internodal spacing.
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                      #85
                      #2 is also compact, really cute little toy plant.

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                        #86
                        Looking good mate. No more Nanas then?

                        I'm still waiting to sex mine; hopefully in the next few days.

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                          #87
                          I never got bananas, but some small sacs that looked like balls, didn't really seem to do anything though. Maybe it was stressed for a short time and got over it? I'm not sure as I have not seen too many intersex plants.

                          Some nice sweet smells starting to come from the tall fluffy one

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                            #88
                            Seems like a lot of color for a tropical sativa, no? Nice plant, but is this really New Caledonia? I did not receive original packaging from the seller so I have to admit I am a little suspicious. Neither plant exhibits the structure nor the long flowering I was expecting. Not sure what to think...

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                              #89
                              Smaller plant 2:

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