Plants should be grown indoors and should not be visible from the street. Coloradans can grow marijuana in their homes for personal use. Commercial cannabis cultivation is prohibited in Butte County. Residents who grow cannabis for personal medical use should stay in the box and adults 21 and older who grow cannabis for personal use should keep six plants.
Restrictions apply to personal cultivation sites to ensure public health and safety. The following list highlights some of the restrictions. See the Stay in the Box guide for medical cannabis or see the full County Code for Growing Medical Cannabis (Chapter 34A) or Growing Cannabis for Adult Use (Chapter 34C). Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivision c of § 18.2-248.1, a person 21 years of age or older may grow up to four marijuana plants for personal use in his/her place of residence; however, at no time shall a household contain more than four marijuana plants.
For the purposes of this section, a household means those persons, whether related or not, who live in the same house or other place of residence. Under the Compassionate Use Act, qualified patients and their caregivers can grow cannabis for personal use, subject to local laws.