FOX NEWS | The Temeculas Patch is scheduled to go online Monday, with the first shipments expected to arrive on July 22, 2017.
Temeculas Patch is the first cannabis patch to be offered online.
The dispensary, which is located at 2200 East Main Street in Temeculo, will offer a limited number of cannabis seeds and seeds to customers and employees.
The Temespatch website is also the first in the state to offer a cannabis stockbroker, which will be able to accept cash or check orders for cannabis products.
A new cannabis grower, also called a “grower” or a “certified grower,” will be available in the store, as well as the cannabis cultivation center.
The TemeculiPatch website, located at 730 E. Main St., includes a full list of cannabis products that will be sold, including a full-size strain of cannabis from the ArcView strain that is popular among medical marijuana patients.
It also lists the strains of cannabis that will come in bulk to the store and to the grower.
The website also offers information on a number of products from cannabis dispensaries that offer marijuana for medicinal use, including the Temecule dispensary in Tempe.
The website says the dispensary will be the first to offer cannabis for sale at a retail store.
The first retail store in Arizona to open in the TemesPatch area is a Colorado-based dispensary, Blue Hill.
Blue Hill will offer cannabis products at a large, indoor facility, according to its website.
The Blue Hill site includes a detailed product listing that includes an inventory description for each cannabis product, as a full size strain of that strain is sold for a wholesale price.
Blue Hills will also offer a wholesale cannabis market.
Blue Hill also said on its website that it has more than 1,000 customers.
In February, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation seized a cannabis farm in the town of Las Vegas, including several warehouses, a mobile lab, and a large number of containers.
The bust was conducted by the Drug Enforcement Agency.