Stealth grow operations take me back to my childhood when I used to dream about secret passageways in my house and looking through the eyes of paintings on the wall. Growers and their ingenious hacks to hide their plants are an endless source of fascination.
Take this dresser for example. It looks innocent enough with some random boxes on top, but once we look closer, we see there's more to the story.
The front of the drawers is actually a door hiding another door with a seal to keep odors under control.
Inside the sealed door is a mini grow room with wooden frame and wiring to help these six week old Liberty Haze clones grow happy and healthy.
The hand made carbon filter lives at the top of the dresser near where the top shelf would be. The carbon filter is 40cm2 mesh of 3/4 thick carbon beads.
On top of the dresser the stack of boxes house a quiet fan.
And the light set up consists of 8 42W CFL bulbs but there's a heat shield to keep heat away from the plants.
It just goes to show you don't need a big room to grow your own plants. A little ingenuity goes a long way. The creator of this idea didn't provide their name so we can't tell you who it is. Probably not a bad idea to be 100% stealth!