Nature’s Bloom, a shop offering CBD, or cannabidiol, products, opened its doors Dec. 20 at 4995 S. Alma School Road, Chandler. This is the second location for the business; the first opened in Scottsdale. 480-573-9444. https://naturesbloom.net/
Nature's Bloom CBD store now open in Chandler
Nature's Bloom recently opened its new Chandler location. (Courtesy Nature's Bloom)
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