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“The Greenery” is now open in Johnson City, Broome County’s second cannabis dispensary

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The NY Office of Cannabis Management reports that sixteen dispensaries are now open statewide

By Andrew Harris,

As officials crack down on unlicensed cannabis dispensaries across the state, more legally licensed outlets are opening. The latest is the Greenery Spot, located at 246 Main St. Johnson City, the western suburb of Binghampton.

Part of the dispensaries branding indicates a focus on locally grown product, touting they have the “NY’s Largest Selection of Locally Grown Products.” Browsing the online menu at TheGreenerySpot.com they have many very interesting products, including from Finger Lakes-based Gage Farms. Their Blueberry Cupcake flower sounds quite tasty and priced nicely at only $20 per 3.5oz, aka, “an eighth.”

Learn more from GreenerySpot.com:

Welcome to Greenery Spot, your premier cannabis dispensary in Johnson City, New York. We are proud to be a trusted provider of top-quality cannabis products to the local community. Our mission is to create a safe and welcoming environment where customers can explore the world of cannabis and discover its benefits.

Our Commitment to Quality

We believe that quality is paramount when it comes to cannabis. We have established strong partnerships with reputable growers and suppliers who share our commitment to excellence. Our team of experts meticulously selects each product, ensuring that it meets our rigorous standards for potency, purity, and consistency.

We offer a diverse selection of top-shelf cannabis products to cater to a wide range of preferences and needs. Whether you’re seeking the uplifting effects of a Sativa strain, the relaxation of an Indica, or the balanced experience of a hybrid, our knowledgeable staff is here to guide you in finding the perfect match.”

Based on the website, the dispensary will be offering delivery service but no indication of when that begins. Learn more about the newest dispensary in NY State:

GreenerySpot.com

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