Buy Cannabis Seeds In Ann Arbor, Michigan

Buy Ann Arbor Cannabis Seeds in Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan: Go Blue!

Home to the University of Michigan, which is one of the top public universities in the U.S. that consistently ranks as one of the best universities in the world and has a well-earned reputation for offering excellence in academics, research, and athletics. Walking around Ann Arbor during the school year, you’re likely to see and hear lots of excited students and college sports fans shouting “Go Blue!” and eagerly decked out in various regalia celebrating any one of their nationally-ranked Division 1, Wolverine sports teams.

However, Ann Arbor, which is the county seat of Washtenaw County, is so much more than just home to the Wolverines. It’s a vibrant city through which the Huron River winds, featuring world-class museums, fabulous parks and trails, and a lively and inspiring arts and culture scene. In fact, this lively and welcoming college town is one of the most popular cities in Michigan and is often described as one of the best places to live in the entire nation.

Ann Arbor is a fabulous place to reside if you appreciate living in a progressive, highly-educated, picturesque city that mixes all the neighborly charms of a small Midwestern town with some rich, big-city energy. In addition, Ann Arbor is also home to a thriving cannabis cultivation scene, as both medical and recreational marijuana are fully legal in the State of Michigan, which was the first in the Midwest to legalize medical cannabis in 2008 and the first again in 2018 to legalize recreational weed.

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How to properly dry and cure cannabis buds
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Michigan’s Medical and Recreational Marijuana Laws

For starters, to apply for a medical marijuana card you must be a legal resident and at least 18 years old, and to be a legal recreational user, you must must be 21 years of age or older.

Provided below are the most important things we think you should know about the legalities of cultivating cannabis plants in Ann Arbor, and how much you’re allowed to store at home from the crops you’ve grown.

  • Both medical and recreational users are allowed to cultivate up to 12 female cannabis plants per household, so long as the plants are being grown in a secure grow space away from public viewing.
  • Medical and recreational indoor and outdoor growers can store up to 10 ounces of cannabis flower, but any amount over 2.5 ounces must be securely stored away. (As an aside, we recommend that you store your cured marijuana nuggets in an airtight container to keep them fresh.)
  • Licensed caregivers can be both a patient with their own medical marijuana card and also help up to five other registered medical marijuana patients. In this case, the caregiver may grow up to 72 marijuana plants and store up to 15 oz. of marijuana, provided they have all six medical cannabis cards.

Why Ann Arbor Growers Buy From Growers Choice Seeds

We at Growers Choice are committed to providing only the finest in high-quality cannabis seeds to all of our customers. As such, not only do we offer a huge inventory of all kinds of sativa and indica strains, but we also only offer them in feminized seed form. The reason we only sell feminized seed strains–be they photoperiod or autoflowering seeds–is because, unlike regular seeds, they have an almost 100% chance of providing outdoor and indoor growers with all-female plants, which are what produce the CBD- and THC-rich buds.

Two other reasons that cultivators of all skill levels in Ann Arbor, from first-time growers to the most advanced growers, choose Growers Choice time and time again for procuring their favorite marijuana seeds are described in brief below.

  • Affordable Prices and Discounts: In a college town like Ann Arbor, where a good chunk of its population includes those on a “college budget,” the fact that we make our seeds available at highly competitive prices is like gold to residents there. On top of this, we offer incredible discounts on all of our wholesale seeds, as well as regular, rotating sales on all of our best hybrid and landrace seed strains.
  • Germination Guarantee: We stand by the quality of our marijuana seeds by providing a guarantee that if you follow our easy germination process and 90% of your seeds still fail to germinate, we will replace the duds for free.

Indoor and Outdoor Cultivation Tips

Provided below are some basic cultivation tips for successfully growing indoor and outdoor plants in Ann Arbor, which averages an outdoor growing season of 170 days that starts at the end of April and ends around mid-October when the first frost of the year hits.

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Most everything you need to know about cannabis nutrients
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Quality Soil and Marijuana Nutrients

Regardless of whether you are planning to grow your cannabis indoors or outside, one of the most important factors to ensure that you are raising healthy plants is to use high-quality soil, such as a super soil. This will help to encourage the overall plant growth of your cannabis crops by encouraging a strong formation of roots, nutrient intake, and overall plant health.

Other things you want to be mindful of when selecting your soil are pH levels, consistency, and fertility. If your soil seems to lack the proper nutrient levels, you can usually just add some organic nutrients like manure or mulch to help remedy this.

Note that while more experienced growers can also use methods like hydroponics and aeroponics to grow their marijuana plants, the simplicity of cultivating in the soil is best for novice growers.

A single flowering cannabis plant growing outdoors in the bright sunlight
How the light cycle works for the different stages of cannabis growth
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Outdoor Growing

If you are planning on growing your weed plants outside during Ann Arbor’s frost-free spring and summer months, you will want to consider factors like where and when you germinate your marijuana seeds, strain/climate match, and where you will plant your seedlings.

Before getting into greater detail about the aforementioned factors that you need to consider when doing an outdoor grow, know that while there are definitely some feminized photoperiod plants like Birthday Cake that should finish their flowering stage before the first frost of the year hits in Ann Arbor, autoflower seed strains, like Tropicana Cookies and Ghost OG tend to be a better option. This is because a lot of autoflower strains usually complete their flowering phase by late September/early October, which makes them excellent candidates for growing outside in this city. Another advantage of growing autoflowering strains outside is that, unlike feminized photoperiods, autoflowers aren’t reliant on changes in their light cycle for them to transition from their vegetative growth stage to their flowering period and can potentially produce 3-4 harvests in a year.

Germinate Indoors

For those who live in more northern regions like Ann Arbor, conducting the germination stage of your weed seeds indoors ahead of time allows you to get your cannabis seedlings going before the end of April rolls around. Plus, germinating indoors means you don’t have to worry about your seeds being eaten up by hungry birds, squirrels, and insects.


What will grow well outside in a hot and humid southern state isn’t necessarily going to thrive in Ann Arbor, where summer humidity levels are usually pretty mild and temps only tend to peak in the low 80s, although they can occasionally hit the low-90s. As such, when you are selecting an indica or sativa strain to grow outside in Ann Arbor, you’ll want to make sure to read the product descriptions that we provide with every one of our feminized and autoflowering strains to see if Ann Arbor’s spring and summer environmental conditions actually meet its specific climate needs.


As the saying goes: “Location, location, location!” Before you plant your cannabis seedlings outside in Ann Arbor, you will need to take into account which parts of your yard get the most sun, shade, breezes, protection from the elements, and so on. If you live in an apartment and only have a balcony for outdoor growing, you may need to stick to indoor cultivation if it doesn’t get enough direct sunlight.

Indoor Growing Tips

Growing indoors is always a fabulous, and often necessary, option as it affords growers complete and total environmental control, thereby making it possible to grow strains like Acapulco Gold, Strawberry Cough, and Grapefruit Diesel, which all require a hot and humid setting in which to thrive.


Lighting is everything, especially if you are growing feminized photoperiod strains inside. While most advanced and commercial growers use High-Pressure Sodium (HPS) or high-intensity discharge (HID) light bulbs, fluorescent lights and LED lights can work too. Your bulbs must have a minimum of 250 watts, but 400 watts and above is even better. In short, the stronger your lighting source, the larger, denser, and more plentiful your buds are likely to be.

Temperature and Humidity Levels

While every strain has its own specific needs, the general rule of thumb for indoor growing is that the temperature should be somewhere between 75 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. The same applies to humidity levels, which usually need to be 65% to 80% during the seedling stage, 55% to 70% during the vegetative stage, and 40% to 60% during the flowering stage.

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