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Cannabis has a hollow stem with fluted sides. So...what's going on with bonsai plants that lack those features?

As the resident expert on that subject, we expect you to know these things!
Different strains...indicas tend to be Woody..sativa's tend to be more hollow and that thunder**** is totally hollow even through the nodes and stiff and brittle. I have made bongs out of large stems lol.
 
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Different strains...indicas tend to be Woody..sativa's tend to be more hollow and that thunder**** is totally hollow even through the nodes and stiff and brittle. I have made bongs out of large stems lol.
I don't know any thing about bonsai making but will look into it and try a couple next season. If you look close in the back tote I have small flowering plants. That's bonsai Material. I'll do some research and perhaps try.
 
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I don't know any thing about bonsai making but will look into it and try a couple next season. If you look close in the back tote I have small flowering plants. That's bonsai Material. I'll do some research and perhaps try.
I took these just now. Last year plants. Mostly indaca dominated plants. Wish I grew sativa to shot differens. Not hollow like bannboo
 
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