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A marijuana plant can grow to more than twice its original size once a year, thanks to a unique gene that allows the plant to survive when the weather gets cold and wet.

But if you can’t find the right time to get a wicker-bark stove, here’s how to make your own.

This is a quick and easy method to make a great pot, too.

1.

Plant your plants to make them last for the winter The first thing you need to do to make pot plants last is to plant them.

“The easiest way to get the plant as tall as possible is to cut it off at the base,” says Paul Oates, a plant pathologist and author of “The Plant Pathologist’s Handbook: How to Grow Cannabis.”

Plant the base and top with a couple inches of soil and some old mulch to make sure they stay dry.

2.

Cover the base with a layer of mulch 2 inches thick, or mulch the base a bit with a thick layer of old grass clippings.

That’s it.

You’ll want to cover the entire base with mulch, too, so that when it dries out, it won’t clog up the ground.

“We recommend using a 2- to 4-inch layer of plastic mulch over the base to help keep the roots from getting too wet,” says Oates.

3.

Fill the base, and let the plants grow outdoors for about two weeks.

Then let the plant finish growing indoors, letting it cool completely before you transplant it. 4.

After transplanting, remove the plant from the mulch and keep it in the greenhouse.

You can transplant it any time, but keep in mind that you may not get the exact same plant from each transplant, so it’s best to have a plant that has the same genetics and traits as the original.

5.

After a few weeks, plant the new plant in a sunny spot to see if the genetics are similar.

If so, you’re done!

You may want to wait a few more weeks to transplant it back into your house if it doesn’t look or smell like the original, but it’s not too late to start planting again.

6.

Once you’ve transplanted, remove your plant from its plastic mulches and transplant it into a fresh, well-drained pot that’s about a foot tall.

The new plant should be about 1 inch in diameter, and the plant should have a single stem with leaves.

You may need to trim off a few of the leaves from the stem to allow the new plants roots to penetrate the plastic, but once you’ve done this, you’ll be ready to transplant again.

7.

Repeat this process until you have a total of at least 6 plants.

You don’t want to transplant too many at once, because the plant will be overwatered and your transplants will die if they’re too close to each other.

“If you want to plant a lot of plants at once,” says Steve Dye, a marijuana grower and former University of Washington professor, “plant them in a small area and let them grow in the sun and get the air out of the plants so that they’re not overwatered.”

8.

Keep the plants warm, so they’ll survive a cold winter.

To do this, place the transplanted plants in a glass jar in the wintertime and let it freeze for a couple weeks.

After that, open the jar and put them in the fridge to stay warm.

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When the plants are ready to harvest, harvest them by hand.

You should harvest them with a fork or a knife.

“You can pick them up and cut them into smaller pieces,” says Dye.

“Or you can slice them into small pieces and then cut them up.

You get the idea.”

10.

You’re done, and now you have your own batch of delicious, winter-ready marijuana plants.

Keep in mind, though, that you’ll need to grow the plants from seeds to avoid over-fertilizing your new plants.

Once your plants have started growing, transplant them back into their plastic pot and wait for them to freeze completely.

They should start to feel a bit like they’ve been in a greenhouse for the first time.

Once they’re fully frozen, you can take them out and transplant them into a new pot.

They’ll grow and flower for about a year.

You won’t need to transplant them again.

11.

You now have a completely healthy, wintery crop of marijuana.

You probably have your plants growing in a pot that will be in good shape for a year or two, and they’ll look amazing in a new kitchen, or in a bedroom.

“Once you grow a plant in the ground, it’s a different story,” says Mark Peterson, a medical marijuana consultant who works in Portland, Oregon.

“It will take about a month to plant in your new house and harvest.”

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