The plant is not just another weed in the pot family, though.
It has been grown indoors by the U.s.
Food and Drug Administration for the last 25 years, but it is growing in a state where medical marijuana is legal and it is not being marketed to patients.
The plant, called “yuca,” is grown indoors to mimic a natural indoor environment, such as in a greenhouse.
Yuca is a flowering plant with multiple stems.
The stems can be removed to make room for the plant’s roots, which can grow to a height of 8 feet (2 meters).
There are no restrictions on growing the plants indoors, though, and the FDA has said it will consider a recommendation from the FDA on how to regulate the plants once it is approved.
Yuca plants grow on the same scale as most plants in the marijuana family.
It is often grown indoors and then moved to a greenhouse where it can continue to grow.
Some plants have been grown in the U-shaped garden with the leaves cut off and planted in containers, according to the FDA.
A federal judge has said he will rule on whether to allow medical marijuana growers to grow their plants indoors for the first time, according, according a statement.
The FDA’s move comes as the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is exploring the possibility of allowing medical marijuana in states where it is legal.
In October, a DEA official said the agency was working on its own recommendations on how best to regulate and regulate, including how to address risks from growing plants outdoors.
The agency has not yet released its report on how the plants should be grown, according.
Yucas can grow as tall as 10 feet (3 meters), depending on the size of the soil.
They can also reach 12 feet (4 meters) and 16 feet (5 meters), but those heights are not necessarily necessary for plants to survive.
The plants have a few other health benefits, too.
It contains vitamins, minerals and trace elements that are found in a wide variety of plants, the FDA said.
It also helps relieve muscle spasms, asthma and other symptoms associated with certain diseases.