Not-so-secret gardens: DIY MMJ

By ARIEL SHEARER  |  February 5, 2013

The Boston Gardener and GYOstuff both host basic grow classes each week, and employ knowledgeable, helpful staff. With assistive resources readily available, it seems cannabis seeds are the only thing newbie growers can't get locally.

Before leaving GYOstuff, I bring up cannabis again, to ask about seeds. Constantinou shows me a spinning rack stocked with flower and veggie seed packets. "If you don't find what you're looking for," he says coyly, "try Google."


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