Maybe it’s the convenience of having it in the house, or perhaps you like to do things yourself.
Whatever your reasons are, Massachusetts state laws allow you to take things into your own hands when it comes to marijuana — green thumb included.
If you want to grow good weed, you'll have to work for it.
December 28, 2018
People over the age of 21 can grow up to six marijuana plants in their homes (with a maximum of 12 plants per household), so long as they are kept in a locked location and out of public view.
If you’re thinking about growing your own marijuana, there’s plenty to know — where to get seeds, the equipment needed, and, of course, what to keep in mind when tending to your crop.
You can now buy marijuana seeds in Massachusetts easier than ever! Massachusetts has the exciting history of being the first state on the East Coast to legalize recreational pot, and now honoring that unique history is easier than ever. Pacific Seed Bank has an incredible variety of strains, as well as discreet online ordering and shipping for all your growing needs.
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Marijuana use has even been known to help treat some mental health conditions and addictions! There is something in it for everyone, whether you are trying to calm your anxiety or you are trying to help an older relative suffering from chronic pain.
You can gift seeds and cannabis clones, too!
Are you an adult 21 and over? You can grow up to six plants in your home. Married? Living in sin? Got a couple roommates? A household that consists of more than one 21+ adult is allowed to grow up to 12 plants. But that’s it! No more, regardless of how many grad students you can stuff in an old Victorian.
If you’re feeling generous, you can also gift your stash. While you can’t legally sell anything you harvest, state law says you can gift up to an ounce of cannabis flower at a time to other adults 21 and older.
How Do I Start?
Whether indoors or out, your grow space needs to be protected with a lock or some sort of security device. Also, you need to keep your plants out of sight. State law says plants may not be visible from a public place without the use of “binoculars, aircraft or other optical aids.”
If you’re dedicated to growing outdoors during the warmer months, we can help with that, too. Plan to find a space that is more discreet than where you keep your prize rose bushes.
There are also online outlets that advertise cannabis seeds. These businesses are generally based in other countries and operate in a gray area of the law.
Here’s where it gets a little tricky. Sure, you can head down to your local grow store (more on that in a future article) or even online and stock up on lights, fans, and a grow tent… but what about the plants themselves?