What is a Mother Plant?
Basically all a mother plant is, is a plant kept in the vegetative stage. Growers then cut off branches from this plant in order to make cuttings that will then go through the vegetative and flowering stages.
Basically it’s a bit like a bonzaing your plant, you keep it small but with many auxiliary branches and always with a 18-6 photoperiod schedule.
When you want to go for a round of flowering, cut couple branches off and make some cuttings out of them 🙂