PASSION BLOOMS IN WINTER
March 23, 2015
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Hey there! It's about zero degrees outside here in the DC area, but you wouldn't know it in my little hobbyist grow closet! I have a passionflower that I brought in from outdoors. I cut it down to a VERY small size, and was unsuccessful at blooming them throughout the year. I have it growing under a 180w "full spectrum" LED in combo with a 125w daylight fluorescent in a 24 hour light situation. From the day I brought it in, I began feeding it regularly with mostly stuff from the Roots Organics Player Pack. Once I began to use to use the foliar sprays and the blooming nutrients about 2 weeks ago, the plant has responded ridiculously. It began to officially flower on the first day we got hit with about a foot of snow after having a very tame winter. These were all taken within the last 3 days. I would like to share some pictures with you showing the success I yielded with your product in conjunction with the LED lights. It is my first time having serious success with growing indoors, as it is my second year in practice. Your products obviously work well with Passionflowers, and here's the proof! I had many problems with outdoors with this plant, but once inside and on your feeding schedule, it flourished.

Thanks for making my winter just a little more brighter!


TJ Hitaffer, Dumfries, VA

Products Used:
Buddah Grow/Bloom, Trinity, Ancient Amber / Extreme Serene for foliar applications, HP2, HPK, Oregonism XL