Great color on that Bud! I’ve had a proper purple once and it was Grape God. I managed to get 1 seed and I saved it for later. Did you grow that?
This was grown by my cousin. Usually I only post my own stuff but this was so purple I had to share.
Using a frog as pest management? Interesting. How well does it work and are there downsides?
What is this one. It has a ridiculous amount of frost.
Haha wasn’t thinking that but it was probably killing bugs. That frog came onto my plant naturally. Pic is from outdoor grow in southern Ontario believe it or not. It’s a tree frog.
The first set of pics are pink gorilla, second set is my cousins gran daddy purp and 3rd set of picks is a mix of indoor and outdoor shots of my white wodows
That’s so cool, I’ve never seen a tree frog. I didn’t even know we had them in Ontario lol.
A friend was talking about seeing a flying squirrel the other day, I didn’t know we had those either!
Looking good! I saw you’re a widow lover, do you have a favorite version from a particular breeder? They can be drastically different…
A friend used to have a '96 widow cut back in the old OG days. Super vigorous plant would yield like 2.5lbs from a thousand watter. Smelled like lemon and cat piss and was a really hard hitting high.
I have 2 ww from sensi in flo
polinated one with Oger’s
Last show I polinated a ww
with some Asad (very resinous kashmir)
I never saw those frog around
before did not know we had them
@beacher the one I’ve found to be best is from Nirvana. 3 distinct phenoms. One of them is an earthy/fruity taste and smell which is awesome. The look of all three suprised me. I couldn’t believe one strain could produce 3 different phenoms that people would fight over to keep haha. Also a great outdoor variety.
Nice, How is the phenoms from the sensi WW?
The frogs colour can change. I’ve seen them around my house completly white and grey before as well. They sound beautiful at night.
That frog picture is dope, nice shot mate!
Love tree frogs!
Ya man I love it. Wife and I have been pondering blowing it up on a canvas.