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Name: James
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(Heat zone - 9, Sunset zone - 28)
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JamesAcclaims
Mar 8, 2016 10:43 PM CST
March 8: Well, I am expecting blooms any time now! Have had him inside under grow light for the last few days due to the severe cloudiness and lack of sunshine. Watered lightly once this week.

If this inflo gets any bigger, it's going to be the same size as the cutting itself. Lol. It just keeps on keepin' on. Definitely seems happy--I know I am.

I'm assuming I'll be posting pictures of blooms before I get to next Tuesday. We'll see!

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I am not an early bird or a night owl--I am some form of permanently exhausted pigeon

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