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The Giving Tree of Denver



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The Giving Tree of Denver
2707 W. 38th Ave.
Denver, CO 80211

Hours of Operation:
11 AM - 8 PM * 7 Days a Week *




The Giving Tree of Denver is located in a hard-to-miss celery green colored building located on 38th Avenue in Denver. "Voted Patients Choice Top 10" by Most High Magazine, The Giving Tree has earned a name for itself among Denver Caregivers. Most likely this is due to their dedication to professionalism and exceptional strains of cannabis.


The Giving Tree keeps over thirty-five top shelf strains of medical marijuana in-house and on display.  While I say that the strains offered by The Giving Tree are "top shelf," what I should say is that they are "at the top of the shelf," so to speak.    One might even say that The Giving Tree's medical marijuana is nothing short of spectacular.  Many of their quality marijuana strains, listed below, are featured in a four page segment published in the Cannabis Connoisseur Magazine of Colorado, "A Registry of the Finest Cannabis".


Featured Menu Items at The Giving Tree Denver: 
  • Diablo's O.G
  • Platinum Master Kush
  • Pre 98' Bubba Kush
  • Diablo Haze
  • Shiskaberry
  • Grape Ape
  • Juicy Fruit
  • Purple Kush
  • Jack Flash
  • Green Crack
  • Honey Bud!
  • Spicyfruit
  • Durban Poison
  • Apollo II
  • Stevie Wonder
  • Carmella
  • Orange Bud

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