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      Default Some plants we're growing

      Hey guys and gals.

      I haven't posted much - anywhere - for quite a long time. But I got in the mood and here's some photos.

      (pics #1&2) The ALEXIS is Lonestar's mother Alexis clone. She's a BIG producer of sweet, potent herb. She really stretched in early flowering, but since her branches are very elastic, I decided to stake her arms up and let them hang where they may. If there were no stakes, she'd be hanging to the ground.

      This Plant has another week or two left. Looks like a heavy lassie! I'm thinking 4-6 ounces, 4 being somewhat pesimistic.

      (pic #3) The HUMBOLDT SNOW is looking really promising. I've never grown this clone before, I'm VERY impressed with what I see so far. The bud structure, smell, resin coverage and growth stature all tell me that this is a keeper clone - even more keepable than the Purple Urkle, which was sent to me by the same NorCal grower.

      The smell of this HS is outstanding! I can best describe it as candy pine. I LOVE piney weed, and am HOPING that this lady turns out tasting how she smells.

      (pic #4) The PURPLE URKLE is looking really delicious. The resin pack is outstanding, the colors are very nice, but the smell seems to be lacking a bit. I was really hoping for more of a purple smell, somehow. Who knows, maybe by harvest?

      (pic #5) This is one of my new favorites here. Skunk Special, from Femaleseeds.nl. This plant was growing in amongst 4 other plants at a friend's garden... She was so special that my eyes fixed directly on her. She stuck out like a sore thumb. The buds from this plant are as dense and heavy as it gets folks. This one grows buds like the well-known beasters, but with plenty of resin, a great taste, and with a potency that would floor any regular smoker of beasters.

      This is the type of bud that weighs twice as much as it looks like it does. This is the real deal here. Incredible plant! So vigorous, FAST AS HELL, and potent. It's hard to ask anything more of a marijuana plant than what this lady can do.

      In this picture she's about 1.5 weeks into 12/12, and JUST got transplanted into that pot about 4 days ago. She has yet to discover just how much rich, organic soil she has left to stretch into I reckon this lady will be featured in High Times, Heads Magazine, and other reputable mags before I'm done with her A very VERY special lady, in VERY ample conditions. Can't wait to see her in a month.

      Once I get used to the image formatting here, I'll get some more, clearer pics up

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