The Best At-Home Cannabis Grow Kits

by Brad P
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Whether you’ve got a green thumb or you’re just looking to save a little green, growing cannabis at home can be a fun and practical solution. But, it can also be costly and time-consuming.

Having recently built my own grow system piece by piece, let me tell you, researching and purchasing each individual item from seeds and soil to lights and exhaust systems was a pricey and overwhelming task. When I started building my system, pre-packaged at-home grow kits hadn’t hit the market yet, but if they had I honestly would have gone that route. Whether you want to grow indoors or outdoors, one plant or multiple, there’s an at-home grow kit for everyone, and we are totally here for it. Check out some of our favorites below!

Best at-home grow kits for renters and apartments

Growing in a rental or apartment can be complicated depending on how much space and privacy you have available and how cool your landlord is. If you’re looking for a discrete and ergonomic grow system for apartment life, look no further.

Grandma’s Secret Garden 6.0

What you get: A discrete 4 plant hydroponic grow box that looks like a decorative cabinet. Grandma’s Secret Garden comes with everything you need except for the seeds and arrives fully assembled. Measuring in at 36″ Tall x 24″ Wide x 16.5″ Deep you can start your secret garden almost anywhere.

Pros: 

  • Discrete 
  • low/no odor 
  • lifetime warranty (except lights)
  • handmade in the U.S. 
  • Only requires 10 minutes to set up and 10 minutes of work per week.

Cons: 

  • No window or way to view plants without opening the cabinet.

The Armoire

What you get: A discreet, easy-to-use, low-maintenance growing and nurturing system that will fit beautifully (and subtly) into your décor. This kit comes with everything but soil and seeds.

Pros: 

  • Feature for drying plants after harvest
  • Ultra-quiet 
  • Low/No smell
  • Child-proof locks
  • Viewing Window
  • Waterproof WiFi Camera and Companion App for viewing

Cons: 

  • Only designed for one plant at a time.
  • Doesn’t include soil or nutrients
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Best at-home grow kits for beginners

If you’re a houseplant assassin that finds themselves skeptical about their ability to produce frosty, smokable buds, these at-home grow kits take all of the guesswork out of your first grow.

Grow Ace 

What you get:

A complete 2x4ft grow tent kit including everything you need for your first grow. A simple set-up with high-quality features perfect for first-time growers, just add seeds.

Pros:

  • 12 week grow guide to get you from seed to harvest
  • Small and discrete
  • High-quality, professional gear
  • Easy view window
  • Low/No Odor  
  • Fox Farm Soil
  • Affordability

Cons: 

  • Not a ton of space, best for 1-2 plants.
  • Looks like a black canvas grow-tent, not designed for decor.
  • Set up takes about an hour

The Budgrower

What you get:

This complete 24x24x60-inch tent really has all of the bases covered. They’ve thought of everything in this grow kit, down to work gloves and a power strip to plug everything in. If you’re starting from scratch, this is probably the most comprehensive package we came across. 

Pros:

  • Comes with literally everything you’ll need
  • Easy view window
  • Low/No Odor  
  • Fox Farm and Cali Hot Super Soil
  • Accessories Galore
  • Tent adaptable for hydroponic grows

Cons:

  • Set up can seem daunting
  • Best for small grows (1-3 plants)
  • Not designed for decor

Best at-home grow kit for outdoor growing

A Pot for Pot

What you get:

Everything you need to start an outdoor grow in one affordable package, including a coupon towards your seed purchase. These kits are designed to be versatile and easy to use for anyone. They can be placed indoors or outdoors on a patio, balcony, or in a home garden. 

Pros:

  • Seed discount
  • Grow guide and coaching
  • Handcrafted in California
  • Smartphone camera lenses for magnifying buds
  • High-quality soil and supplements

Cons:

  • Kits are for 1 pot, expansion must be purchased for additional plants
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