So far, only one of the 46 has set a flower. Most are still pretty small. It is starting to look like it is going to elongate like yours and it definitely has the bbg7 calyxes. I also had one pop with purple leaves. It crossed with one of the many purple foliaged plants from last year. I had ten plus varieties that where purple, so no clue of other parent. Actually ended up with a couple of mystery purple crosses this year, along with the intentional PDN crosses. I even have a purple leaves MOA!
Jason! Long time no see bud.
We should indeed meet up, and I would love to see your garden! Did you get a lot of cool variation in those F2's? The two I grew are very different from one another, as would be expected. One is perfect, big calyx and cool pod shape. We got to compare!
I learned a lot last year and tried to apply everything. So far smooth sailing, though there have been some nasty winds and storms this year.
Definitely getting you up here. I packed things pretty tight on the garden this year. 400+ in the ground! It will be a sight once pods come in.
You learned well! Way farther along than me. I have still been battling the back issues, so didn't get all the plants in the ground as fast as I would have liked. We got a good storm yesterday. I had to stand back up ten or more plants, but the rain was much appreciated here.
I went a bit different route all around this year. I planted the annuums first in the garden even.
Went more organic in my methodology. I don't even have a grow list. Lost tons of varieties, mostly due to my back... because I couldn't get to them quick enough for their first pot up. Completly shaded plants by their taller neighbors don't live on. So I'm missing many things I wanted in the garden this season. Always next year. Right?
Still ended up with a ton of plants, so all is good!
Edited by GA Growhead, 19 June 2015 - 08:46 PM.