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Massachusetts’ 20th recreational marijuana store will open its doors this weekend.

Garden Remedies will open its Marlborough store on Sunday after receiving its “commence operations” notice from the state’s Cannabis Control Commission this week.

The Marlborough location is Garden Remedies’ second recreational store and third overall dispensary. The company began recreational sales at its Newton store last month and also operates a medical dispensary in Melrose.

The company also has plans to sell marijuana for medical patients, though the Marlborough location has not yet received its approval as a registered medical dispensary.

Compared to its Newton store, Garden Remedies in Marlborough is three times the size and has ample parking space, said Jeffrey Herold, the company’s chief operating officer. The Marlborough store is in a shopping plaza, so it shares about 170 spots with other retail stores and restaurants, including a brewery.

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“It’s going to allow us for a lot more flexibility,” Herold said about the size of the store.

Also unlike Newton, Garden Remedies will not require appointments at its Marlborough location.

Here’s what you need to know if you plan to shop at Garden Remedies in Marlborough.

Where is the store?

The store is located at 416 Boston Post Road East in Marlborough.

What are the hours?

On Sunday, for its opening day, the store will be open from noon to 5 p.m. After its opening, the store’s regular hours will be 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday through Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays.

Parking

The Marlborough store shares a large parking lot with several other stores in the same shopping plaza. Company leaders say there will be ample parking for customers.

There also will be designated Uber and Lyft drop-off and pick-up spots in front of the store.

Payment

The store will accept cash and debit cards. Garden Remedies uses a cashless ATM system for its debit cards and also has a traditional ATM on site.

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Purchasing limits

Garden Remedies will not have purchasing limits beyond the state-mandated limits.


Felicia Gans can be reached at felicia.gans@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @FeliciaGans.