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Top Denver Hydroponic Grow Shops and Organic Gardening Stores

Best Denver Hydroponics Grow Shops


Hydroponic growers of medical marijuana in Denver, CO have no shortage of hydroponic grow shops or organic gardening stores to choose from when buying hydroponic grow systems or organic gardening supplies for growing medicinal marijuana. Even before marijuana was legalized in Colorado for medicinal use by those with a valid medical marijuana registry card, there were a good amount of hydro grow shops or organic gardening centers in Colorado. And even before marijuana was legalized in Colorado a significant amount of sales seen by Denver hydroponic grow shops and organic gardening stores could be attributed to equipment purchased to use for purposes of growing cannabis.

Not surprisingly, the number of Denver hydroponic grow shops seen steady increases since the legalization of marijuana in Colorado. Caregivers, dispensaries, and MMJ patients that grow their own marijuana can buy just about everything needed to grow cannabis from Denver hydroponic grow shops or organic gardening supply stores. From HPS and LED grow lights, to organic soils, air purification systems, and everything else used to grow weed, Denver hydro shops and organic gardening stores carry it all.

Below you will find some of Denver's Best Hydroponic Grow Shops or Organic Gardening Supply Stores listed.

Denver Hydroponic Grow Stores

303Hydroponics
9682 West 58th Avenue
Arvada, CO 80002
(303) 420-4769

Denver Kush Club
2615 Welton St
Denver, CO 80205
(303) 736-6550

Denver Hydroponic & Organic Center
Unit #D
6810 N. Broadway St.,
Denver, CO 80221
(303) 650-0091

Cultivate Denver
666 Buchtel Boulevard
Denver, CO 80210
(303) 954-9919

Ultimate Hydroponics & Organic Supply
2380 South Broadway
Denver, CO 80210-5092
(303) 282-0034

Green Thumb Hydro Co
8000 East Quincy Avenue Unit 1000
Denver, CO 80237-2320
(303) 221-4616

The Grow Store - South
5050 South Federal Boulevard
Englewood, CO 80110
(303) 738-0202

GroWize, Inc.
3225 South Wadsworth Boulevard
Lakewood, CO 80227
(303) 986-2706

Grow Store
8648 West Colfax Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80215-4013
(303) 205-0350<br><br>

Mile High Horticultural Supply
355 S Harlan St
Lakewood, CO 80226-3514
(303) 935-4769

5280 Hydroponics & Organic Garden
5500 South Simms Street
Littleton, CO 80127-2139
(303) 932-8881

High Tech Garden Supply - HTGSupply - Commerce City, CO
5275 Quebec St, Unit 105
Commerce City, CO 80022
(720) 222-0772

Cultivate Colorado Hydroponics and Organics
b111, 7615 West 38th Avenue
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
(303) 954-9897


While most of the hydroponic grow shops or organic gardening supply stores in Denver, Colorado carry similar or the same hydro growing supplies, because prices often fluctuate from one grow shop to the next, it still a good idea for Colorado hydroponic marijuana growers to shop around and check out products and compare prices at at least a few different Denver hydroponic grow stores or organic gardening centers before buying all their supplies at one place.

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