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    Smile ~Jilly Bean~


    Jilly Bean is my first cannabis creation. I must say I am very impressed with the results of this strain. She tastes and smells of a candy-like orange skunk. She is an above average yielder, with large dense frosty colas in 55 to 60 days of flower. This plant is very easy to grow; she stays somewhat short, but with an extra week of vegetive growth she will become quite robust. This strain is recommend for newbie growers and cash croppers alike.

    The name 'Jilly-Bean' came from a female grower friend named Charmed
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    Allow me to take you all on a journey, back in time to the beginning of Jilly Bean...


    The first Jilly Bean seeds~The first jilly Bean sprouts~The first Jilly Bean seedlings
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    Jilly Bean seedlings at 15 days into flowering.
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    those hairs are seriously red, an execlent first grow! and propely harvested and cured, enjoy
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    Here's a look at my Jilly Bean at 28 days into flower.
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    The first pic is a look at 5 Jilly Bean ladies (from seed). In this batch/run there were 6 seeds and 5 were females. There were two different main pheno types, one is very candy flavored & the other is very orange skunk flavored. Some of the other people whom have grow out the Jilly Bean, have also found the same 2 main pheno types.These Jilly Bean are all 42 days into flower.





    SeaG420... Jilly Bean is my first creation... as in my first cross...I made the strain Jilly Bean from crossing my Orange Velvet with our(mine & Subcool's) proven Space Queen male. I have been growing for about seven years now.
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    In these photos, my Jilly Bean was 52 days into flower.
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    Here my lady is at 55 days into flower... smelling like sweet candied orange with a skunk whiff.
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    in that case, a very nice hybird. how do you actually get to different strains to cross to make a new one?
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    This Jilly Bean lady was allowed to go 60 days into flower. She turns magnificent hues of burgundy. Although her colors are not as intense as her mother's are... she is still a beauty queen!
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    Here's a few shots of the gorgeous Orange Velvet; mother of Jilly Bean. She tastes strong of Orange, & her foilage is shiney with a velvet-like apprearance.
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    Sweet Jesus that looks scrumtrulescent
    Daka Daka.

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    The father of Jilly Bean is Space Dude, he is a Space Queen male. Here are a few shots of Space Dude. He is the same male used in other TGA strains; such as Jack The Ripper and Vortex!

    Peace n Kindness,
    MzJill
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    I almost forgot... Here are a few shots of the Jilly Bean while she was still tucked away in the bracts of Orange Velvet mom.

    MzJill
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    Hi there MzJill, welcome to the site impressive first entries actually, best pictures i've seen on this site
    this picture is
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    Incredible post Jill.
    You don't see many show a hybrid from inception. well thought out and spectacular pics.

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    Give Peace a Chance!



    He Hammers the Soil Looking for Answers in Green

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    I have heard nothing but great things about ~SUB COOL~

    Hey SC you guys over @ hg420

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    really awesome!

    must be from OG?

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    holy shit im droolin rite now...nice grow...

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    that is the nost beautiful plant ive ever seen, kicks my first grows ass

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    Thats a fantastic specimen puff on

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    Quote Originally Posted by MzJill

    Jilly Bean is my first cannabis creation. I must say I am very impressed with the results of this strain. She tastes and smells of a candy-like orange skunk. She is an above average yielder, with large dense frosty colas in 55 to 60 days of flower. This plant is very easy to grow; she stays somewhat short, but with an extra week of vegetive growth she will become quite robust. This strain is recommend for newbie growers and cash croppers alike.

    The name 'Jilly-Bean' came from a female grower friend named Charmed
    Howdy MzJill,

    Absolutely awesome ! You are indeed,an inspiration,maam !

    I'm wondering,what kind of ferts are ya using ? Are you using organics which increase the brix factor ? It sounds like you would want to enhance the natural sweetness as much as ya can,given the name of yer strain

    I once grew out some A11,using bat guano tea and it tasted like sweet,lemon creme. So I know that it's possible to have smoke actually taste sweet and go down smooth,like a creme

    Have a good one !

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    the further down i scrolled down the page, the more jealous of your magic strain i became, good effort
    How does this shit work?

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    damn that reminds me i still have a pack of them orange velvet's to use up. glad to see you folks around...

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    Hello everyone,

    Yes I am from Overgrow and Cannabis World.

    I think that I may have confused some people, so I was going to edit the first post... but it doesn't appear that I can do that after making posts after that one. Anyhow... This was NOT my first grow. I have been growing for about 7 years. Jilly Bean was my first STRAIN that I made. I made her using the Orange Velvet which is the beautiful black colored plant and the male plant pictured!

    I grow in Subcool's Organic Soil Mix... which is:
    1.5 cubic feet bags of any high quality potting soil
    2- large bales Sunshine Mix #4
    3- 25# bags organic worm poop
    5# steamed bone meal
    5# bloom bat guano
    2.5# blood meal
    cup epson salts
    cup sweet lime (Dolimite)
    cup azomite (Trace Elements)

    Peace n Kindness,
    MzJill

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