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      Smile Jilly Bean.. in depth report

      Jilly Bean is a cross of my notorious Orange Velvet & our proven Space Queen male(aka...Space Dude).

      Jilly Bean is my first cross as a breeder. I must say I am very impressed with the results of this strain. She tastes and smells of a candy-like orange skunk. She is an above average yielder, with large dense frosty colas in 55 to 60 days of flower. This plant is very easy to grow; she stays somewhat short, but with an extra week of vegetive growth she will become quite robust. This strain is recommend for newbie growers and cash croppers alike.

      The name 'Jilly-Bean' came from a female grower friend named Charmed!
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