As of July 1, 2023, there are 6 states that allow you to cultivate weed at home as long as you have your medical marijuana card. They are Hawaii, Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma, Rhode Island and Washington.

Nevada also allows you to grow, but with the condition that you live at least 25 miles away from a dispensary. South Dakota allows you to grow as long as you do not reside in an area with licensed dispensaries but it does not clarify what “area” is.


  1. Hello, very appreciated that you have taken your time and effort to put your web site together to help so many people battle the grow learning curve! Do you know the plant counts allowed in the states that it’s legal to cultivate in? I’m in Maryland and I’m getting mixed info on this. To my knowledge we are only allowed 2 plants unless we have a medical card and then I believe but this is where I’m more hopeful than sure but we are allowed 2 more plants to make the total 4 in a single residence with an adult over 21. It’s this correct and I have an additional question about how to be a care giver to grow for people who can’t do it themselves and does this increase the total plant count allowed to grow at a single residence? Thanks and God bless!

    1. without card its 2 mature, with medical card, its double, I have a friend in MD so I’m 100% sure on this

    2. I sent you an email too, lmk if you have any questions directly, thanks for your support!

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