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Michigan residents are some of the lucky few who can enjoy marijuana both recreationally and medically. Why not capitalize on this freedom and grow the best plants around?
If you’re looking for top-tier products backed by a guarantee you can trust, we’d love to connect. We’re proud to offer a variety of cannabis seeds Michigan residents can enjoy.
Keep browsing our online shop to learn more about the kinds of seeds we offer. Throughout, you’ll also find insider tips and tricks on how to make the most of your crop. Let’s grow something great together!

Once you’ve decided to grow your own marijuana plants, it’s important to understand the intricacies of Michigan weather.
You can’t simply plant the seeds, cross your fingers, and hope that a plant inches its way out of the ground. These seeds are an important investment and it’s wise to treat them as such.
First, consider the typical weather patterns that define Michigan weather. Compared to other parts of the United States, you’ll find a shorter growing season in the Northern Midwest. These seasons tend to stretch a little longer near the Great Lakes region, as the lakes help to delay the onset of the first frost.
Even in the middle of the prime growing season, it’s not uncommon for Michigan to see periods of frosty, cold, damp weather. As such, your best bet will be to stick with a hearty cannabis strain, such as Indica. Most Indica-dominant plants will continue to thrive, even amid the harshest climates and conditions.

Female plants contain the valuable cannabis flower that’s full of the cannabinoids that growers want. You won’t have to discard any male crops, helping you streamline and quicken the growing process.
If you purchase feminized seeds through our website, they’re guaranteed to be female or we’ll ship you replacements.

Where to buy your Cannabis seeds online within Michigan State.

While these rules apply to recreational users, what about medical ones?
Michigan law states that medical marijuana caregivers can register up to five patients under their care. Each patient can have 12 dedicated plants for his or her care.
That’s a total of 60 plants! If the caregiver is also a patient, that number jumps to 72.

The Cannabis Seeds Michigan Residents Need
Now that we’ve covered Michigan’s growing climate and the benefits of buying your seeds online, which strains should you buy?
We offer a wide variety of cannabis seeds that are ideal for Michigan breeders. The three main types that you’ll find in our online store include:

Autoflower seeds don’t take as long to flower as other varieties. They also require less care and upkeep than feminized or regular seeds. This makes them ideal for first-time growers!

Feminized seeds
Autoflower seeds
Regular seeds

Founded in 1996, New World Seeds is Michigan’s oldest seed company. They produce a variety of original strains and distribute seeds to patients throughout the state.

DISCLAIMER: The professionals and companies described are not associated or affiliated with Medical Jane, and they may not endorse Medical Jane or the information provided. The names of other companies, products and services are the property of their respective owners.

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Seed libraries are places to get free seeds to plant and grow your own garden–and we have one! Check it out on the second floor of the Main Library of the Traverse Area District Library. We have re-purposed a card catalog to store all the seeds for borrowing All of our seeds are organic, non-gmo, and open pollinated (to the best of our knowledge). Seeds are donated from companies whose seeds have those characteristics and from local gardeners/farmers who donate their seeds from harvest. Seed libraries promote community, protect seed diversity, saves families money, and teaches about the agricultural roots of our region.

It’s easy as 1, 2, 3!

Consider donating to the Traverse Area District Library at the Reference Desk today! Envelopes are available for you to sort or just drop seeds off any way you can and we will sort them into appropriate amounts for “borrowing”.

“If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.”–Marcus Tullius Cicero 46 BC