Jilly Bean - PWRC Clone

Spring 2019

This single plant was on the table at PWRC the last time I visited. When I figured out it was a Jilly Bean, I had to have it.

Jilly Bean

Day 87 (Week 13)

9 updates

18 photos

Day: 87

This plant has really suffered quite a lot. I ended up accidentally breaking off the healthiest, most full of flowers branch. But there is still some good hope that I will get at least some good bud.

5 years ago

Day: 58

Had several long days of trips back and forth the the hospital and wasn’t able to make it in during light hours for several days to check on the plants. They were wilty and had lots of dry dead leaves. Have watered and picked off the dried leaves. Have buds.

5 years ago

Day: 42

Was gone for 6 days with my son in the hospital. Plants were very thirsty when I got home. Watering daily at this point. Don’t have room for it, but should probably use bigger pots next time. Fed bloom nutrients two days ago. Today cleaned up lower leaves and switched to 12/12 schedule. Expected harvest in 65 days on Monday, 9/2/19

5 years ago

Day: 29

Watered yesterday. She’s gotten so big.

5 years ago

Day: 23

Soil surface temp 75. Ph 6.9. Moisture reading at 1 - watered and fed with fish emulsion and cal-mag.

5 years ago

Day: 14

Bluetooth thermostat installed in shed and temp holding at 78-82. Significant growth in the last bunch of days.

5 years ago

Day: 9

Bumped heat to 79ish and lowered lights at recommendation of me tor grower.

5 years ago

Day: 5


She has responded well to the transplanting (i.e. her leaves are no longer drooping). I think that the nutrients I fed her when I did the transplant gave her a little bit of nutrient burn. Tips of leaves browned a little. Also, many of the stems have turned purple/red. Otherwise the plant seems to be doing well.

5 years ago

Day: 0


The plant sat under the old grow light for a couple of days while I worked out my new light/ pot setup. It was getting pretty wilty today and I transplanted it from its clone container to a 5 gallon pot and put under the new light. Fed and watered, and she was already perking up when I took the photos. No name yet.

5 years ago