After being asked to keep the Sexbud, I think it has that Gary Coleman disease where age is accelerated. It's not pre-flowering, because it didn't go back to veg...it's not "really" flowering because it just made a few hairy wisps scarcely appropriate to call it "bud"...and now it looks like it's running up on the end of its life cycle. The parent was great, but these mixed kids are just not right.
So far, the Mandala stuff looks slated for outdoor growth. All of it has the long node spacing that you probably wouldn't want indoors. They would probably be majestic if allowed to run free, but, in a stealth garden, they're getting topped and bent, and, even so, they still might be getting big. I did fry a couple Bhutanese. I try to be careful with the hardening off and overwatering, but, the reality of the situation is that sometimes I get pulled away and things happen. Even if there's only a few, they're femmed, so shouldn't be any losses with males. I need there to be some males in the other stuff so I can get more room, but all the pre-flowers I've found are female. I think that would be the right term to apply to Nemesis since it looks like it kept going.
The Himalayan mix doesn't suck, but it's not impressive either. Seems kind of average and indistinct. It hasn't gotten close to the Nemesis, and the Mandala stuff is starting to surpass it. No reason to scrap it, they can go slow as long as it's not stupidly slow.