I think many of us are aware that it is possible to change the light schedule back to an 18-6 or 20-4 light schedule and “morph” the plant from flowering to vegetative again. This is often useful as there are situations, as in the plant below, where SOME ONE changed up the light schedule, giving it enough “dark” to flower, but WAY earlier than desired.
In this case, the grower chose to place the plants under 24-0 light. The photo below is after the plant has been placed in a greenhouse for the balance of the spring and summer and will be a very substantial plant!
You can clearly see here, the bud remnants as they turn into dark green curly and think leaves and new leaf structures begin to show. I hope you find it as cool as I do.