"The Marijuana Show" creators Karen Paull and Wendy Robbins listen to a business pitch at the show's September auditions at The Watering Bowl in Denver.

(Photo: Courtesy of The Marijuana Show)

As sales of recreational pot continue to grow in Colorado, many marijuana industry entrepreneurs, or "ganjapreneurs," feel that green is the new gold. 

“The Marijuana Show,” a new web-based reality series that’s billed as “The Apprentice” meets “Shark Tank” for cannabis, aims to give the most promising canna-business entrepreneurs an opportunity to learn from experienced business moguls.

The show's producers, who aim to start filming the series later this month in Denver, held two days of auditions in September where anyone could pitch business ideas to the show’s three judges.

We sent CPR arts bureau contributor Jeremy Brieske to the auditions - held at The Watering Bowl in Denver in September - to scout out the business ideas.

As our correspondent discovered in the audio postcard he created for this Friday's Colorado Art Report, the business concepts were varied, encompassing everything from a smoker-friendly "bud and breakfast" hotel to a cannabis-centric floral design service. 

Read a sampling of the business ideas below and tune into The Colorado Art Report this Friday at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. to hear a few of the pitches the show's judges heard.

Pot Shot Comics
Comedian and filmmaker Elizabeth Croyden made the trip from Washington, D.C. to request funding for an upcoming film project, "DC to DC: The Overgrown Railroad."

Mary Jane Farms
The Owners of this medical and recreational marijuana farm located in XXX are looking to set up a high-tech grow facility utilizing LED lighting and deep water culture. 

Hazy Daisy
Denver resident Jasmine Maimone asked for help in expanding her cannabis-centric floral design service for weddings and other special occasions

All inclusive marijuana-friendly resort
Real estate professional Kevin Gross of Fort Lupton dreams of opening an all inclusive resort near Estes Park, with marijuana included in the cost of a stay.

Disposibowls
Entrepreneur Lauren Ely pitched her line of pre-filled, disposable marijuana pipes. 

Do you think you have a great canna-business idea? “The Marijuana Show” is currently accepting pitches for season two at themarijuanashow.com.