Unveiling the Charm of Cannabis sativa

Meet Cannabis sativa, a plant that needs no introduction but deserves one nonetheless. Known by many names such as 'Marijuana', 'Hemp', 'Mary Jane', and 'Pot', this plant is as versatile as it is notorious.

Cannabis sativa

Full Sun

Can grow in full sun conditions.

High Water Needs

Requires frequent watering but doesn't tolerate standing water. Needs regular attention.

Highly Adaptable to Various Soils

Thrives in clay, silt loam, or sand, showing great adaptability.

Moderately Adaptable Soil pH

Can thrive in multiple pH ranges.

Severe Safety Risks

Can be fatal if ingested, extremely dangerous. Can be fatal if ingested.

Safe for All Animals

No known safety risks to pets or livestock.


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About Cannabis sativa

Cannabis sativa is a yearly flora that can grow anywhere between 6 to 12 feet tall, with a width of 1 to 3 feet. It boasts verdant leaves that add a lush touch to any landscape. But the real showstopper is its lime-colored flowers that bloom in the summertime, making it a sight to behold.

Despite its controversial reputation, Cannabis sativa has been used for thousands of years for its strong fibers, used in making ropes, textiles, and paper!

Also known as

Indian hemp
Mary Jane

Our design recommendations

Cannabis sativa is not just a plant, it's a statement. Its towering height makes it an excellent choice for creating dividers or boundaries in your garden. Its dense growth can also serve as a privacy hedge or for bulk planting. Just remember to check your local laws before you start planting! This plant thrives best in pastures, where it has plenty of room to grow and spread out.