It’s no secret that marijuana is legal in New England and a growing number of states have legalized the plant for medical purposes.

But what exactly is legal and what exactly are the risks?

According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, it’s possible to grow marijuana in some parts of the country, though it’s illegal in most of the rest.

The federal government does have some restrictions on marijuana growing.

For example, it can’t be grown in states that have decriminalized possession of the drug.

It can only be grown if it’s in a licensed cultivation facility.

And while it’s legal to possess and use marijuana, it is not legal to buy or sell it.

The DEA says marijuana can be used for medicinal purposes, but it also can be abused, and can lead to addiction.

So, how does it feel to grow a weed plant?

While growing plants in your back yard may seem like a great idea, the DEA notes there are some very strict rules.

You can’t plant or cultivate any plants that are more than a few feet tall, and you can’t grow plants that aren’t native to the area.

That means the plants must be native to their location and be grown under a canopy.

There must also be a fence around the growing area, and a planter in the center of the garden.

If you’re growing in a city, you can have a fence built to protect the plant.

To get the best experience, you’ll want to bring your own tools, but the DEA recommends you use a garden rake or two.

It’s also a good idea to use a pot-testing kit to check your plants for weed.

If they’re showing any signs of weed, you should stop growing them and bring them to a lab for testing.

If you’re going to grow, the best place to do it is in your own backyard, where there is less weed.

That’s because your neighbors won’t see the plants and the weed will be more difficult to identify.

In the past, the federal government has allowed growing in parks, but now that’s out of the question.

The weed grows outdoors.