With how Zelda is growing I'll need to train her and spread her out a bit before flower. I nearly got her to stay where if like at least, but slightly off. Can anyone recommend the best course of action to train her?
As for Tulip she's recovering nicely. I took her bandage off and bow her stem can heal. It grew thicker around the tale used and it looks like I squeezed her stem with it. I tied it loose just to have something covering the break in the stem. Good to know she's not easy to stop when she's growing.
It was lst in the end it would seem. She's growing back into the original shape again though, so I'll be adjusting her little by little until she's at a good spot. Once the stems get thick enough I'll start weight training on her more stubborn stems.
The Basil loves it's spot now. Before the plants even flower my Basil will be fully established. It's already doing a great job at keeping humidity up more too. Once all the other plants sprout it'll be in a good range for flowering finally. It's definitely light loving and won't accept being in indirect light. It's too tall for that yet and even so it responded really well being under the main lights.
The 3 gallon pot under Zelda has cilantro, purple basil, garlic chives, and clover in it. It's not perfect, but I've noticed leaf growth in veg is definitely liking the clover compared to without. That little bit of nitrogen they provide is sizeable enough to keep them Happy when I just feed water.
I haven't added any nutrients to anything since early February. Compost is the only source of nutrients that's gone in the pot since then and that was to fix soil structure mostly as it wouldn't hold water anymore. I still see signs of burning here and there, but overall they're growing happy.