The Giving Tree Dispensary has moved to a new location in Phoenix


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The Giving Tree has new digs and on Friday the Phoenix Pharmacy will be showing them off at a grand opening party.

The new address is 701 W. Union Hills Drive. According to a press release, the 2,400 square meter area is an open concept that is “optimized for product exploration and social engagement” and has a “lounge-like ambience” and other “interactive” elements.

“We wanted to create a new shopping experience and a diverse retail environment at Giving Tree,” says owner and founder Lilach Mazor Power.

The Giving Tree Dispensary has moved (and celebrated) (2)

The grand opening party begins on Friday, March 5th, at 10 a.m. and lasts until 9 p.m. Cannabis vendors and a Katatonic Diamond Bar are on-site throughout the day, and the first 50 customers at the door receive a free party bucket bag with their purchase.

Giving Tree’s former location at 21617 N. Ninth Avenue is being converted into a cultivation and manufacturing facility.

Giving Tree’s house brands and its Kindred and Katatonic products will be available in the new shop, as will other brands such as Venom, Baked Bros, Aries, Cresco and PuraEarth. (Giving Tree also offers a 30-day guarantee that customers can use to exchange their purchases if they are not satisfied.)

Giving Tree is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. More at

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