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As much of our merchandise as possible is made by local artists and local companies. Owner and head glass blower Dylan Kelley has been supplying the Pikes Peak area with blown glass and teaching for over 17 years. You've seen his glass in many shops over the years mainly in Colorado but also in a few other states. Wholesale may be available, contact us for information.

For more information, pictures and updates beyond here please check us out on our social media: Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, and YouTube for more fun glass photos and videos! Our retail store is OPEN 12PM to 6PM Wednesday-Sunday. *TEMPORARY HOURS CHANGE* We will be CLOSED on SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS for a little while. We will also be temporarily stopping our repair services and any custom orders that are not memorial pieces so we can get caught up. We will continue Cremation Memorial orders, although the waiting period may be longer for now. Please be patient with us as we try to navigate during such crazy times. Know that customer service and our loyal customers and friends are our number 1 priority and we are trying our best to continue to operate as best we can. This is temporary and we will keep you posted when we are able to resume normal hours.

Please reach out with any questions and if Sun/Mon are the only days you can come in and you'd like to buy something message or call and we will make arrangements to accommodate you as best we can! E-Gift Certificates and Gift Cards are available for lessons and in store purchases! Get deeper into the fun of hot glass in our 3 Hour Class. Students can choose from 3 different pieces to start: a Paperweight (included), a Pumpkin (+$10) or an Ornament (+$10) Students will then have their choice of a larger and more involved piece to make. Choices include: Tall Tumbler, Scalloped Bowl, Vase, 2nd Pumpkin or a Footed Bowl. You will have the option to upgrade your piece to include color when you arrive. ($10-$20 for color options) Pick your favorite colors or work in clear glass and our teachers will help you do the rest. Students will have something of their own making to take home. All glass pieces need overnight annealing (a cooling process) and will be ready for pick up or shipment the next day. Students 10-18 years old able to participate in this class if a parent or guardian is also taking the class. Please call us if you have any special requests, needs or questions and we will do whatever we can to accommodate you. Here's why I would pick one over the other: LST is a lot less stress on the plants, so you can do this all the way through flower if your very slow and very gentle on stiff stems (flowering stiffens stems) and don't push too hard. Be careful, you may end up super-cropping on accident. Super-cropping stops vertical height gain very effectively, and requires less follow up training, but it will put your girls in shock for a little while. Also, the cropped area reinforces stems nicely, allowing the growing tip to support a good sized bud. Either way, you're not going to benefit much by doing one or the other in flower. Here's why I would pick one over the other: LST is a lot less stress on the plants, so you can do this all the way through flower if your very slow and very gentle on stiff stems (flowering stiffens stems) and don't push too hard. Be careful, you may end up super-cropping on accident. Super-cropping stops vertical height gain very effectively, and requires less follow up training, but it will put your girls in shock for a little while. Also, the cropped area reinforces stems nicely, allowing the growing tip to support a good sized bud. Either way, you're not going to benefit much by doing one or the other in flower.

Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode. Thumbs Up Received: 169 Given: 265 Mentioned 1 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) LST in flower? And I've got another 4x4 tent and fan filter and air cooled 600wat system on the way. Thumbs Up Received: 105 Given: 98 Mentioned 1 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) yeh pull the sides down and open the canopy, you will get a higher yeild. you can do some gentle lst, pull the side branches down a little at any time in flower. Thumbs Up Received: 44 Given: 77 Mentioned 0 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) You wont hurt anything even if you topped it at this point. You've only been in flower for 5 days you haven't even gotten any pistils yet. You can LST at almost anytime up to about 2-3 weeks in then you will start to have slowed growth while your girl heals. Thumbs Up Received: 1,727 Given: 1,875 Mentioned 1 Post(s) Tagged 1 Thread(s) LST is fine. You can be as severe or as gentle as you like, the plant is still making hormones for flowering at this stage and still will be in veg mode.

(Supercropping is a technique where you bend the branch/stem so much it actually gives and kinks at the bend. The kink is then supported so that it doesnt get any worse and the plant is allowed to heal itself. This reduces growth further up the branch/stem and encourages lower growth, not everyone is a fan of supercropping but I have seen some very nice results from using this method) The growth is natural for the plant as it gains height to catch that lovely pollen the males want them to have.

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