Greenhighlander grows

Strawberry Headband on the left . Gorilla Ghani on the right. Both by Bodhi

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Really glad to see you here. Your outdoor selections are looking great! Hoping for a heavy harvest! :christmas_tree:

Can’t wait to get that pack of your hand tied flies. I don’t fly fish yet - ultralight spinning here cuz of our tiny overgrown streams - but maybe I’ll have to take it up sometime soon!

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PSYCHED for more from you Greenhighlander ! Thanks for sharing

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This is kick-ass. I just got a pack of Gorilla Ghani freebies, so I can’t wait to see how these turn out. Great thread. :grinning:
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They look great. That SH looks like a big peony in grandma’s yard. They look happy.

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I have had this cut of Gorilla Ghani since I ran them as testers a couple years ago. I call her Koko and she is 100% GG#4 in smell , taste , and effect.
My outdoor plants do not get to finish here . I just have them outside to keep the genetics around while my indoor is shutdown for the summer.

This is Koko from an indoor run


And this is the other keeper Gorilla Ghani that I have since let go of . It was super pinesol in smell and had a total knockout indica effect.


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Wow. Those are beautiful plants man. So these grew outdoors until you had to bring them inside to finish, or were they grown indoors? It’s always called an outdoor strain, but those look awesome. Great job man.

Let’s see here, if your username is @Greenhighlander, are we talking about the green highlands of bonnie old Scotland? :grinning:
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No those were both grown entirely indoors a couple years ago. The Strawberry Milk and Gorilla Ghani plants I post a pic of are outdoors so I can take cuts and run them indoors this year. It is just how I keep genetics around while I don’t have any lights running inside.
I believe it says outdoors only as there was a stability issue with some. When that happens Bodhi labels them for outdoors.
Koko will throw nanners if allowed to get too dry . But other then that I had zero issues with either pheno indoors.

I live in the highlands but not in Scotland lol The name comes from a salmon fly .

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outstanding work sir

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Thank you but as always I give the genetics all the cred. The only thing I do is try not to kill them .

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Strawberry Headband left and Koko the Gorilla Ghani right.

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You’re doing a damn fine job of that! I’d hit that.
Good Growin’ bro. RESPECT

BLESSINGS…

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This, is a member after my heart.

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Strawberry Headband

Koko


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Damn man, they’re really looking great. It’s a shame they won’t finish up there cuz that’d be quite the haul if they did! :smiley: Maybe some Sakura will finish before the first frost next year?

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Ya man it bums me every year lol
If they would only start two weeks earlier . SH is going to be the closest I have had since Texada x Skunk and Kushberry by PeakseedsBC 5 or 6 years ago now.
I have 5 aphid free cuts each of the SH and Koko . I will mother out one of each and veg and flip the other 8 plants. Just waiting on soil to pop some seeds.

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So how long does the Gorilla Ghani take to flower?
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At day 56 from flip Koko is ready as a daytime smoke. I have taken her to 60 and 63 and the smoke is much less energetic.

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Wow. That’s awesome. I can see planting those outdoors next year. I got just the place for 'em. :slight_smile:

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The main stalk on the SH snapped overnight. Maybe Koko was jealous of it being taller , who knows lol
I would fixed it and add support but given it won’t finish and I already have rooted clones , I will just leave it as it is.




SH

Koko

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