Inkfromblood's GSC bonsai momma

Wanted to start a separate thread here dedicated to my Girl Scout Cookies mother plant that I’ve been bonsaiing for about a year now. I figured, I plan to keep her around as long as I possibly can, so why not make a journal just for her.

She was a clone from my very first decent batch of plants. I had bought a full grow set up on Craigslist for like 500 bucks - 2 gorrilla tents, fans, filters, some T5 lights, buckets, etc. And included in there was a little package of GSC seeds. They did well, so I figured, what the hell I’ll try my hand at some clones.



Then I thought “Lets get wacky with some training and see what we can make happen.”
From reading, I knew that I wouldn’t get the nice symmetry from the clones as I got from seed, so started twisting.

After almost a year I was here:

Today I decided to take an extreme step, and stop spiraling upwards but instead start the process of weaving it into itself and see where we can go from here.

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Love it, that is a great bonsai, you must be so proud. Nice growing.

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very cool bonsai

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Awesome Bonsai bro

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Super cool! How often do you need to water her and how much light intensity does she need?

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Just treat it like any other vegging plant.
Water when it needs it - which for me is about every other day.
As far as light intensity, not sure how to answer that other than … average?
Nothing special. Really, she’s just in permanent veg. Nothing special to do other than trim down most of the growth every once in a while. The longer I wait to do that, the thicker the stem gets so the less trainable the newer parts are.

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When she gets to the point you decide to flower her, its going to be awesome like she is her own tomato cage haha so cool. Please do a reveg for scientific purposes as well lol

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Oh, this is a mother plant. So the goal is to never flower her.
I’m just gonna keep her going as long as I can!

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