Hi everyone, Jay Kitchen and Uncle Tweezy from Uptowngrowlab and SSL. This is just a quick peek into what’s going on in the garden.
In the video below are some nice little 707 Headband plants from Humboldt Seed Organization (HSO). They germinated from seed only about five weeks ago. So they’re still quite young. We started them in peat pucks. Then transplanted the baby plants into five inch pots. We call them ‘Dillons’. And a few days ago we transplanted them again. This time into nine liter pots—about two gallons each. As you can see from the video below they’re coming along beautifully.
Look close enough and you can even see new growth starting. Tweezy and I are going to let these Headband plants go for another two to four weeks and flip the switch into flowering. Then it’ll be a wrap!
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