Growing Weed in an Apartment: The Do’s and Don’ts

Looking to get into a bit of urban gardening? If you live in a big city, more than likely you live in an apartment complex. Just because you do, doesn’t mean you can’t grow some good cannabis, though.


Today, we’ll talk about the ways you can grow weed in an apartment, some tips on apartment growing and the rules you’ll have to work with.

Am I Allowed to Grow in my Apartment?

There’s an increasing chunk of states that have not only legalized cannabis medicinally but also recreationally.

But that’s not all.

A good chunk of these states have also legalized growing your own plants.

But, does that mean we can grow in apartments?

If you own the house, then, of course, there’s no one to answer too.

But, if you have a landlord or live in a big apartment complex, you may be within the laws of your state, but could be in violation of your rental agreement.

I know, I know.

Breaking a lease isn’t going to land you in jail or anything, but losing your place to live sucks.

So, before you germinate your seeds and turn on your grow lights, make sure you’re allowed to grow indoors with whoever is in charge of your lease.

Now, you don’t need to tell them you are growing marijuana or anything, but a lot of landlords don’t want indoor growing of any kind.

Water damage caused by the humidity, potential fires caused from the lights and pest infestations are just some of the reasons they don’t even want you growing tomatoes on their property.

Once you get the OK, you’re ready to start building your grow room.

Before we look at the best way to set up a grow room in an apartment let’s take a look at one of the most significant concerns of building in an apartment: The smell.

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