Seed is ripe! Just giving the resin a little more time to mature. Plants are ready though! Lots of great smells, some are sweet some are a mellow indica spice smell. Been getting regular rains lately, so getting some mold, but mold pressure isn't that bad. I worked the soil a little aggressively when top dressing on one or 2 of them. They had some yellow leaves, but they will be fine. Plants have strong stems, they are staying standing up even with heavy wet flowers and wind! I mound soil around the base of the plants, but these have strong structure if there is adequate light. The really low light spindly ones are less strong, but that's normal.
I have four Lapis Mountain Indica seeds soaking right now.
Pulling up a chair.
__________________ §467. I am sitting with a philosopher in the garden; he says again and again “I know that that’s a tree”, pointing to a tree that is near us. Someone else arrives and hears this, and I tell him: “This fellow isn’t insane. We are only doing philosophy.”
Harvest is in! Lots of good smells in the garden. Most are pretty similar but here are some variations. Looking forward to next year's crop with the champion male pollination! One of the plants has purple calyxes and has strong sweet skunky smell and taste. Will be posting more about it later! For more pics and background info check out the Pipeline Garden 2018 thread in the Outdoor forum! Thanks for stopping in!
Yep and hopefully less than that for my indoor efforts! Hopefully I can get some large clones ready for putting out next spring and hopefully also get an indoor flower run finished. I have a lot of prep work though because we have to renovate the new property before I can get into anything secretive(what with inspectors and friends and relatives coming to check it out or pitch in.)