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Jun 13, 2020 10:36 AM CST
|So I finally have had my first Bruggy bloom for me. I live in the Dayton area of Ohio and I have had some trouble overwintering certain plants. Like I attempted years ago to keep alive my white sage plant only to fail right before winter ended. Its possible i could have more luck with the brug. Seeing as how I have two cutting already, but is it enough?
Also I have a grow tent that is 2 foot wide by for foot tall. I planned on getting another, but My job let me go "due to unknown reasons", more or less fired and I am not able to get the extra benefits for the Covid law thing. And I am waiting on unemployment still so hopefully thats kicks in still. Anyway....i strayed off topic....Should I continue to deleaf as I go and then like heavy prune and bring it in? I have like 3 grow lights....each a different brightness and setting. Two I just flip on and the one has like 3 settings and I can plug more og the same kind into each other like a large setup. I plan on also probably converting the front side corner on the living room into a plant room...entirely.
Jun 14, 2020 12:33 AM CST
|You are doing a good job growing your plant. Only remove the leaves that have browned. I just wondering why you would want to put that plant indoors, with it looking so good outdoors. You can harvest seeds from those flowers after they finish, and grow them under lights in Winter and plant them outdoors in Spring..
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Jun 14, 2020 12:53 AM CST
|These don't usually do well as houseplants.
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