A lot has been happening since the last garden update.
Right now all four female cannabis plants are in full bloom, during the time where luscious pistils erupt from the calyx's in a white display of tentacle like mystical beauty.
Aside from the harvest, this is the most exciting stage of cannabis cultivation for me.
Here are some photographs of the flowering cannabis plants:
All four are unknown strains, and the two in the back are larger plants and tied down in a state which make them not easily removable from the tent. This will be more observable later on in the post.
They are now starting to get super frosty, and for the next few weeks I will need to maintain a great deal of watchful care over them, and ensure they remain watered nicely during this time.
In terms of environment, the humidity levels here are pretty low, and the heat has also been pretty low, allowing me to manipulate the environment of the tent by opening and closing the flap, or in most cases, leaving mostly closed to increase the heat slightly but not too much. The LED's do not produce a ton of heat, but these tents do a really good job of holding heat and maintaining pretty high temps.
The next photos I've removed the front two females and turned off the purple lights for photographs.
Despite the fact that these plants are bigger, they are producing smaller nugs, which is ok because I remember these seeds came from stronger breeds. I expect they will be really good even if the buds do not get as big as the ones on the smaller plants.
The last photographs I will share are the front two taken out of the tent, and these two have some really beautiful buds forming, and also larger and plumper than the other two plants.
She is the runt of the four plants, but in some ways is the most beautiful.
In terms of harvesting, I think this one is closer than the other three, but I might push it a little on the late side for more CBD, but I have not decided entirely. I think this one could turn out to be the strongest.
Plenty of frost!
This one I accurately predicted would harbor fat buds. She was my favorite before and still remains my favorite.
Not only does she have the fattest buds, the pistils are freakish in their nature, very thick and very white and glistening with magical THC crystals.
Let's wrap up this post by checking out this beautiful budding cannabis plant a little further.
Photography with KODAK PIXPRO Astro Zoom AZ421-BK 16MP
That's all for now.
Thank you for stopping by, have a great day! -@futuremind