Find these items at one of Southern Maine's many indoor-growing supply stores, including:

• A2Z GROW SUPPLIES GARDEN CENTER | 172 Pleasant St, Brunswick | 207.725.6400 | a2zgrowsupplies.com

• EVERGREEN GARDEN SUPPLY | 301 Forest Ave, Portland | 207.761.2800 | rmgardener.com

• HIGH TECH GARDEN SUPPLY | 178 Rand Road, Portland | 207.899.4387 | htgsupply.com

• INDOOR PLANT KINGDOM | 200 Anderson St, Unit #9, Portland | 207.332.7988 | indoorplantkingdom.com

• LIQUIDSUN ME | 51 West Gray Road, Gray | 207.657.8033 | liquidsun.bz

• MAINE INDOOR GARDEN SUPPLY | 875 Roosevelt Trail, Windham | 207.893.2201 | maineindoorgardensupply.com

• URBAN GARDEN CENTER | 659 Warren Ave, Portland | 207.347.2350 | urbangardencenter.net

HIGH HOLIDAYS

• Not everyone has ambitions to grow their own. For those who prefer to enjoy the fruits of others' labor, Portland is brimming with head shops that sell pipes, water pipes, and vaporizers. For tobacco, we mean.

BLAZIN' ACE | 432 Fore St, Portland | 207.871.8800

IMPERIAL GLASS | 58 Washington Ave, Portland | 207.899.0878

LUCKY JUJU | 28 Market St, Portland | 207.756.8500

MAINELY HERBALS | 253 Congress St, Portland | 207.877.489

NORTHERN LIGHTS | 1140 Brighton Ave, Portland | 207.772.9045

SSS BROTHERS SMOKE SHOP | 1569 Forest Ave, Portland | 207.797.8206

SYNG GLASS | 643 Forest Ave, Portland | 207.221.2310

TEBB'S HEADSHOP | 845 Forest Ave, Portland | 207.210.6495

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