When you are first thinking about growing Cannabis, you have to guess a bit about what kind of Cannabis you want to grow. There is a ton of available lines, including Indica, Sativa, Hybrid plus Ruderalis. Indica provides a fairly strong body high which tends to be more fantastic to the new user of the strain. Indica tends to grow shorter plus has characteristically much rounder leaves. Sativa tends to provide a strong mental or cerebral high to the dedicated user plus grows much larger in height but has genuinely tiny and skinny slim leaves. A Hybrid strain has both the best characteristics from both your Indica plus Sativa, so this is good for growing indoors. Indica is certainly the easiest to grow indoors because it requires less light plus typically grows so short which is good for confined spaces inside; Hybrids are good because of the Indica characteristics. Sativa, on the other hand, is genuinely challenging to grow indoors, but it still can be done if you aren’t careful. Typically if you want to grow Sativa indoors, you must take a while to train your plant to be suitable for indoor growing. This may eventually require either tying the plant in particular way so most of the delightful buds are able to keep a particular distance from the light, or you might even need a metal mesh to keep the plants from growing all the way over to the light. The metal mesh will allow the plants to spread around nicely so that the buds are getting the ideal amount of light. Sativa strains typically are best grown outdoors as they get plenty of Sunlight plus they will always absolutely flourish as long as they have enough water plus nutrients available. Sativa plants can be grown as tall as trees plus they tend to grow genuinely fast.