Looks normal to me, but fair warning… I have taken the last chick from the bar home… 3 times.
The last one in the bar
Or you ment the last girl you met at the bar you took her home three times lol
@Puffdog I don’t see any stamen or nanners so it probably didn’t herm. Doesn’t mean that there might not be one hidden in the buds though. Only way to know is to check for seeds as you process and smoke it.
Thanks always appreciate your opinion
What are nanners and stamens
@Puffdog stamen are the male flower that produce the pollen. Nanners are unprotected stamen (no sac around it) that look like bananas that commonly show up on plants that hermaphrodite later in flower.
A true hermaphrodite develops pollen sacs like a male in early flower and will have both male and female flowers.
Thanks [MDBuds] very helpful
That’s foxtailing. Some strains are probe to it, anything blueberry is very prone. I’ve heard various things can cause it but mostly its genetics.
Thanks rye always helpful