Alternative because this isn’t your typical grow diary. I’m not just growing cannabis, I’m also growing other medicinal herbs and flowers to assist me in my healing process. I am listing scientific and common names, not because I’m trying to be fancy, but because I do have to take an exam or two and it helps me remember.
(First word: think of it like it’s identity aka First name, “I AM me,” hope that makes sense. Second: family name that ties you to all your cousins; can also signify geographic location, among other things)
So, starting fresh:
Grow Tent 1:
Grow Tent 2:
Gelato (feminized) x 5
Meadow Arnica (Arnica chamissonis)
Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) (great for the immune system)
Stinging Nettle (Urtical dioica) [feels like jelly fish stings to me; lasted all day when stung]
Great Blue Lobelia (Lobelia siphilitica)
Crocus (Crocus Longiflorus)
Serrano Pepper (Capsicum annuum)
I have started seeds for the following today:
Heirloom Hopi Tobacco (Nicotiana rustica)
French Mullein (Verbascum thapsus)
Holy Basil (Ocinum sanctum)
Orange Calendula (Calendula officianalis)
German Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla)
Agent Orange (reg) x 3 (because I can’t stop myself; praying for boy)
For seed making:
1 cloned HPS female
1 cloned HPS male (so, Aleister decided he likes eating male plants and he tried to eat the pollen heads off, not sure this guy will survive, but we are trying; he is now out of reach, I hope)
PS: True to form, I’m sure I will edit this a bunch of times as I’m forgetting the technical stuff I need to add here, but will likely be tomorrow. It’s been a long day.
Link to USDA Plant Database: This is good to have before you willynilly plant outside. We all have the best intentions, but sometimes plants aren’t indigenous to our local areas and can do more harm than good. It’s good to be able to check these things, especially if your plants are endangered.