Hello, we are a unique family owned and operated shop located in the scenic and historic Winthrop Washington. We proudly only carry local, outdoor, solar grown, pesticide free cannabis. We strongly believe that the Okanogan valley is the "Silicone Valley" for marijuana in Washington State.
Fresh Greens is a Winthrop Recreational Marijuana Dispensary
Travelers journey across the state of Washington to discover and explore Fresh Greens’ premium crop of dispensary cannabis. Dedicated to supporting local growers, Fresh Greens offers a specially curated selection of marijuana products at affordable low prices and premier level customer service.
Fresh Greens has served Winthrop and the Methow Valley since 2014, from the very beginning of Washington's recreational marijuana industry. The founding team strongly respects everything cannabis offers and built their business around wanting to provide high-quality marijuana products to residents of their community. Tucked away in their valued Winthrop community, Fresh Greens strives to support local growers only, providing outdoor, locally grown and pesticide free marijuana and products.
The relationships their dispensary team has formed with their farmers allows them to pass the best quality products and affordable prices on to their cannabis customers. Patrons often visit Fresh Greens and comment on the reliability and in-depth knowledge of their budtenders. Their marijuana dispensary is proud to truly understand their products and provide detailed general knowledge of cannabis. They will never pressure a customer into buying a marijuana product they don’t need and strive to guide their guest with custom-tailored cannabis selections. Whether through spreading the word about marijuana’s excellence or supporting local growers, Fresh Greens aims to honor their Winthrop community with the ideal cannabis service and experience.
While any marijuana store could carry the biggest names in Washington cannabis, Fresh Greens prefers to offer boutique and local organic products to their customers. Each of Fresh Greens’ marijuana is grown and processed in the Okanagan Valley. Favorite local vendors include Lazy Bee, Methow Horticulture, Methow Growers, and Double Delicious. Fresh Greens Winthrop customers adore strains like Acapulco Gold, 9 lb Hammer, Grease Monkey, and the local, award-winning Tesla Tower. Featured cartridges with Blue Dream or their BHO Strawberry Diesel concentrates often fly off the shelves. Fresh Greens sells a variety of cannabis accessories to complement their customers’ marijuana exploration.
At this time, Fresh Greens only accept cash payment for their cannabis sales and offer an ATM onsite. Veterans receive a discount on every purchase. Fresh Greens also supplies a rotation of daily deals for customers to save on their already-low prices. Curious customers can follow Fresh Greens on Instagram, and visit their website or phone with any questions.
Visitors from across the Okanagan County travel to Winthrop to explore Fresh Greens’ dispensary selection. Their budtenders delightedly serve Twisp, Gilbert, Olema and Malott travelers to their facility. Those in Conconully, Ruby, Brown Lake and Lucerne are invited to explore their dispensary’s rotation of locally grown cannabis. Residents of Cedar Crossing, Baron or travelers to the Lake Chelan region will enjoy Fresh Greens marijuana stock. From Okanagan to Methow, Fresh Greens endeavors to promote cannabis and please all of their marijuana-enjoying patrons.
Winthrop, Washington stands in the Okanagan County, situated southwest of Pearrygin Lake State Park and east of the Lake Chelan National Recreation Area. The nearby Methow Wildlife Area offers miles of wooded hills for hiking and exploring. The Columbia River flows to the south, with the Indian Dan State Wildlife Recreation area bordering where it meets the Colville Reservation. Near the flowing Methow River visitors to Winthrop can find the Rocking Horse Bakery’s pastries and sandwiches. From Patterson Lake to the Blue Buck Mountain, Fresh Greens is proud to serve their Winthrop community.