Friday night in the grow room. Spending some time with Vanilla Kush and #smoking some Gorilla Glue.
Checking in on my favorite plant this year so far. I know it's not right to have a favorite but this one is just neat. With my luck she'll probably end up being a he'll but that's ok too, I'll collect it's pollen to cross with.
I like to roll up a joint while I'm hanging around the grow. Having a joint hanging from my lips while I tend to the crop is just part of the grow, it should be that way.
Ground up, the version of Gorilla Glue I get is fluffy and easy to over roll the joint too tight, so you have to delicately tuck 'n roll.
I'm using up some of the Absinth papers by Juciy Jay's. I really like the flavor, I've heard a lot of people react to the flavor as if it were black licorice. [I do not enjoy black licorice.]
The GG4 #SMOKE, and an Absinth paper's flavor melds correctly. The hit's gaseous gassy of the Glue, then the lick of the lip and the Absinth sweetens it up. In my opinion, these two flavors were meant to be enjoyed together. Especially tending to one's garden...
This joint was just what the green thumb ordered. It was just enough to steady my red light vision, hands and mind as I took some foliage off the Vanilla Kush plant.
Like I said I was visiting my Vanilla Kush Plant. This is the last plant that I have yet to take outside. I really just love coming down and visiting. The plant looks so fabulous to me, some may disagree. This plant was sprouted from a seed sowed March 10, 2019, with the first signs of sprouting on March 14, 2019. I have managed to keep these nodes tight with the little setup I have going. After all this time the plant is only 12-14 inches (304.8-355.6mm), and that is not due to stunted growth or being topped, as I have not topped this plant and it seems healthier than I am.
I implemented the lighting directly to the sides of the plant. Once the plant was tall enough, all the light was projected only to the sides. Here's what it is looking like...
I am really hoping this one shows hairs!
What do you think? How's the plant look? I really do appreciate any comments or critics. I am here to learn, and love to gain/share #knowledge with/from the community.
Until next time toe, toe; toke it up and remember to #Grow, Smoke Repeat!