Originally Posted by Heirloom
I really like the look of these plants. I wish someone could identify what they are so I could go to the bay and buy some..
I have been watching the thread with interest, and thanks to your detailed updates have been using it as a marker to compare my own grow to see weather or not I am progressing decently for a first grow. At first it appeared pretty close, but damn your girls are just taking off!
Those big fat leaves look so good, any thought about keeping a boy alive to knock up one of those plants and put it on the market?
Hi Heirloom, thank you very much and good luck with your grow.
I doubt you will find any of these seeds on the Bay
Theres a little history behind them in the first post of this thread...
Now as said there, I have a couple 100s of these seeds (not a LOT, but still...) I am willing to send to Gypsy to help out with the Boutique's freebies...
Nothing would please me more than to share these genetics with the community, but since Im no qualified breeder and cannot guarantee the stability/outcome of the seeds, it wouldnt be right to sell them... so I figure giving them away for free is the way to go
These are two of the plants i had outdoors this summer:
One of them got supercropped by accident and had a Mg def quite early on (I never fed them any nutes...),
and the other was 7ft+ by the time it started flowering
Some bud was lost to mould (they are quite prone to it outdoors if the weather becomes shitty around harvest time) but even so, both plants together yielded 110g (about 4oz).
I had 6 other of these plants (same beans) in another location that was exposed better to the sun and had lower humidity and they yielded a whopping 700g (thats just over 4oz/ plant!)