Lemon Creamsicle

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    Here we go again! Just picked up some new Lemon Creamsicle seeds the other day and quickly got one going. Our little friend decided to make an appearance today and its looking strong already. Super excited to watch the rapid growth over the next couple of weeks!

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    The flowers have come in with full force! My plant is extremely happy right now and has made the full shift from growing a lot of leaves to focusing on the flowers. It is still getting taller each day but it has slowed down significantly which is good because I am starting to run out of space. Now I think it is time to trim off some of the bigger leaves so more light can reach some of the lower flowers and the flowers that are too low need to be trimmed off too. It's growing like a dream and I can't wait to see how big these flowers get!

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    Not a whole lot new to report today but here are some pictures of where my plant is at! It is still growing strong and is filling out my BLOOM nicely. Flowers have started to come in slowly but I'll save that for my next post.

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    For the past few days I've mostly just been letting my plant do it's thing and grow like crazy. I wanted to stretch out some of the branches to make them a little longer and more flexible so I left more leaves on then normal which caused the plant to reach for the light. The pistils have started to show themselves too so the buds are not far behind!

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    The best part about going on vacation is coming back and taking a peek inside the BLOOM to see how much your plant grew! I don't often worry about going on vacation for a few days because I know my plant is in safe hands. After being away for several days my plant has grown significantly and it's looking like it could use another trim. Hopefully I'll start seeing some flowers come in soon!

  • @growguy that is staying short and squat. I’d Keep it in veg a little longer before letting it stretch.

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    After the last update I trimmed off all the unnecessary fan leaves that I could find and even after cutting off what felt like was half the plant, it grew right back like nothing happened. The lower parts of my plant are not getting enough light with such a thick layer of leaves on the top so removing some of the large leaves allows more light to get down there. Along with that I have been trying to train some of the taller colas to grow more towards the side in hopes of getting all the flowers to be around the same height. I'm going to wait for some of the branches to get a little bit longer then I may put in a scrog net. Looking good so far!

  • @growguy given the tight internodal spacing on that variety I think you could wait another week. Or two! But better safe than sorry!

  • @growguy That's some pretty good advice. I let mine get too tall before switching to flower and it's getting prettty close to the lights. I'm excited to see how this does since you're switching much earlier than I did. Going to keep following your posts!

    Thanks for the tips

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    This thing is getting dense! My plant has been topped a couple of times and has had some time to grow so it's looking like it's time to switch over to a flowering light schedule. It may look like it's too is early to switch to a flowering light cycle since this plant is only 7 inches tall but over the next couple of weeks it will explode in height. Having a plant get too tall can be an issue since the BLOOM grows plants so well. Moving forward I think I will trim off some of the larger fan leaves and maybe add a couple of branch benders to encourage it to grow out for a little then up.

  • @growguy that is pretty fast for a week. CAnt wait to watch it from here.

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    After topping my plant the other day I let it grow out for a few more days and here is where it is at. It's looking really healthy so far and has started to grow very quickly. I am going to have to start pruning frequently to keep my plant growing correctly but this is when the fun begins!

  • @gr0w3r Yes it is a feminized seed! No need to take the risk of getting a male.

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    The leaves have started to come in and it's growing much faster now! Looks like it's going to be time to "top" this plant soon so I can get more colas on this plant. Can't wait to start pruning!

  • @growguy that is a great name. Little gal looks happy. Is it feminized seed?