First, you need to consider the climate in your area. After you have an understanding of the climate in your area, you must get more information about a number of things before planting your weeds.
Weed plants will need full sunlight and directly for at least 6 hours a day. You might have a backyard, but it might not be good to grow there if it doesn't get full sunlight every day.
Your marijuana plants must receive as much sunlight as possible, ideally during the middle of the day, when light quality is the best. When the season changes and falls an approach, your plants will be less sunlight all day, which will trigger the flowering stage.
Has constant wind both for your plants and especially in the hot climate. But if you live in an area with lots of strong winds, consider planting near the breeding of such a wind, like a wall, fence, or big bush.
You also want to consider privacy and security. Many people want to hide their gardens from neighbors' judgment and potential thieves. High fences and big trees are your best bet unless you live in a remote area. Also, most state laws require you to store marijuana plants from the road.