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The single disadvantage of growing short cannabis plants is their lower productivity in comparison with the bigger strains. However, this is still highly impressive given their compact size. As mentioned before, seeds in this collection of short cannabis strains yield up to 650g/m 2 (2.13oz/ft 2 ) indoors and up to 800g (1.8lb) per plant outdoors – enough to last a grower months of casual toking!

Here are some facts on short height strains from this collection:

The final height of the plant is extremely important. This is especially true for indoor growers, as it directly affects how much vertical height is required in the tent, and therefore the number of lights and their intensity. A compact cannabis strain with good genetics will always stay under the height indicated by the breeder, which means there’ll be no danger of light burn or light stress if you plan your tent correctly.

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Dwarf strains are also a favorite of growers who don’t have outdoor space for cultivation and want to plant cannabis in a modest grow box. Besides, small marijuana plants are ideal for low attic spaces, patios, and even windowsills!

Small size doesn’t have to mean small yields! This lineup of short-height strains features varieties capable of rewarding a caring gardener with up to 650g/m 2 (2.13oz/ft 2 ) indoors, up to 800g (1.8lb) per plant outdoors, and up to 1kg (2.2lbs) in a greenhouse!

Photoperiod short cannabis plants tend to have Indica-dominant genetics and are very heavy in foliage. Therefore, defoliation of fan leaves is recommended in the vegetative stage to allow light to penetrate further down into the canopy and increase the number of bud sites. Here are some more tips:

This collection is ideal for those looking to purchase “short weed” seeds. Short cannabis plants are more manageable than large ones, so these compact strains could be suitable for beginners looking to progress onto intermediate strains.

So long as you select compact strains that are proven to grow in small spaces you should get some great results. If you’re looking to grow the shortest, smallest weed plants then read on for some top tips and expert advice. Growing small cannabis plants doesn’t mean that you need to compromise on quality. With well-chosen cannabis seeds you can expect high quality, THC rich harvests even from small grow spaces!

Mokum’s Tulip is a short height strain that delivers maximum quality and very heavy yields. She has a real flavour explosion and can show beautiful blue and red hues in the buds and leaves during bloom. The sweet ice cream taste is adored by many repeat growers who love the delicious sweet gelato flavour. Some plants are ready to harvest after 7-8 weeks, though around 60 days is more typical. Plants are often around 60-80cm tall, and she grows well in a SOG grow or a natural style grow.

Average height of cannabis and smallest weed plants

Of course, you need to choose your cannabis seeds as carefully as the grow method. Autoflower seeds in general are a good option for the indoor cultivator looking to make a high quality small indoor weed grow.

Photoperiod feminised cannabis seeds can show quite a variation in plant heights. Buy some Haze seeds, or a jungle sativa like Desfrán and you may find that the plants will fill all available space. In unrestricted conditions, many sativa seeds will comfortably reach 1.5 m tall, or much more. If you’re looking to grow short height strains from feminised seeds then indica or indica-leaning hybrid strains are the best choices. These can often stay below a metre in height.

When growing photoperiod feminised cannabis seeds, restricting your plants to a shorter vegetative growth period can be a good way to restrict growth when you are growing small cannabis plants in tight spaces.

If you’re growing in a short yet wide space (like a shelf, for example), you may want to use super cropping or fimming early on to create a short canopy packed with thick colas. In fact, super cropping may come in handy in either case, as it strengthens your plant in time for bloom and, like LST, can direct growth in the right direction to make better use of your lights.

The new trend of micro growing weed is challenging the norms of how much space it takes to grow great cannabis at home.

Remember that the rate at which your plants grow is directly related to the amount of light they receive. More light will result in shorter internodes, while plants grown with less light will stretch, resulting in larger spaces between each node. You may need to play around with the lighting in your micro grow room to find the sweet spot for each of your strains.


In a short, horizontal micro grow cabinet, on the other hand, you can use ScrOG as you would in a regular indoor garden to create a thick, even canopy that, come harvest time, will be loaded with sticky buds.

If you’re growing in a truly tiny space—one where you can’t walk around or get a good position over your plants—make sure you can remove your plants for watering so you don’t end up making a mess of your space.

While it might seem like a trivial detail, properly ventilating your cannabis micro grow is a must. When working with such a small space, air can quickly become stagnant and start creating a lot of problems for your plants. This is because plants consume the CO₂ in their environment for photosynthesis. When growing in such small spaces, your plants have very limited access to fresh, CO₂-rich air, making proper ventilation a must for healthy plants.

Note that these figures are just estimates, and the exact size of your cannabis plants will vary depending on their genetics. Also, keep in mind that plants grown in small containers will need to be fed and watered more regularly than plants grown in larger containers with access to more soil.