Testing my skills with "Mary Jane" 3

in hive-195708 •  6 days ago 


Oh, this plant grows like crazy :) Last time I posted about this it was up to my neck. And after I took an advice from @canna-curate (in comments) and put it into bigger pot.... grows like a tree :) Now its way above my head. Around 180cm.


I also see that...if you have it outside, like me, it needs A LOT of water DAILY! I water it twice daily and every time I pour around one liter of rain water into the pot. So around 2 liters daily. And it sucks like the best pornstar ;)


Biggest problem with a plant so big, can be its weight. Maybe those who are now teens, don't really know that weather (specially summer) 20-30 years ago was way easier to bear. It was way more fun. Temperatures were more stable and a bit lower than now.

Just to give you an example:

  • In 90s you had summer with long periods of bearable temperatures (25-32°C), no weather extremes.
  • Now, mostly you have temperatures 30-36°C, but when sudden effects of cold spell come ( which are very often in last decade) temperature lowers to 20°C or lower for a day. Oh...and there has to be extreme strong wind in between. Or even hail.

So in that kind of weather you have to put your plant inside and out again - many times. And that would be no problem if it's weight would be half of what it is :)


If you look a bit better you can see how plant is working on seeds for my next planting session. And quadrizillion of buds... Looks like my cat likes that also, as she takes a nap under a "tree" daily. I wonder why.

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It looks great!

I cut it regulary but it still looks dense, thick :) But yeah. Thanks. It's pretty heavy too :P

looks mighty fine for outdore

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Even I'm surprised a bit. Did not expect this height

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Looks very healthy!

Yeah. looks like it's not missing much of basic ingredients it needs. Soil is from under the compost. I think that's the best soil I can choose from my yard.