Denver Dispensaries That Still Sell Clones | Westword

Denver Dispensaries That Still Sell Clones

Clones provide a quick path for home-growers, but they're not widely available in dispensaries.
A marijuana clone on display at L'Eagle.
A marijuana clone on display at L'Eagle. Kate McKee Simmons

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When Amendment 64 passed in 2014, adults in Colorado not only got the right to possess recreational marijuana, but we gained the right to grow it, too.

Most experienced home growers will tell you that the best way to grow your own is by planting reliable seeds, but for newbs and those too lazy to build a community, dispensaries provide a convenient place to start your home-growing journey.

To our chagrin, not too many pot shops in Denver sell clones anymore, making them hard to track down even after a Google sesh. Here's a list of dispensaries in Denver (in alphabetical order) that sell the little green guys, with more to be added as we find them.

Cross Genetics
4902 Smith Road

2440 West Evans Avenue (medical only)

Chronic Factory (medical only)
150 Rio Grande Boulevard

Doc's Apothecary
2100 East 112th Avenue, Northglenn

The Green Solution
Nineteen Colorado locations

Karing Kind
5854 Rawhide Court, Boulder

Karmaceuticals (medical only)
4 South Santa Fe Drive
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Lindsey Bartlett
Kind Love
4380 East Alameda Avenue

Kind Meds (medical patients only)
260 Santa Fe Drive

La Conte's Clone Bar & Dispensary
5194 Washington Street

380 Quivas Street

Mana Supply Co.
2895 West 8th Avenue

Medicine Man
Four Colorado locations

Space Station Dispensary
206 Main Street, Longmont

Strawberry Fields
Five Colorado locations

Did we miss a dispensary? Send submissions to [email protected].
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