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Renfrow Farms Honey: Pure, Raw, & Local

Renfrow Farms has pure, raw honey for sale in multiple sizes. We have several dozen hives located two blocks from Renfrow’s at our “in-town” farm. Our millions of bees are the hardest workers on our farm, pollinating so many of our crops and making thousands of pounds of honey each year. Do you have seasonal allergies? […]

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We carry all Lodge American-made cast iron products.

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Tanglefoot

The much waited for large shipment of Tanglefoot for tree banding has arrived here at the store. We have three container sizes: 1 , 5 , and 15 pounds. We also have all of the other necessary supplies – shrink wrap, insulation, putty knives, gorilla tape. Tree Tanglefoot Insect Barrier is a sticky, caramel colored […]

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Renfrow Farms

Our farm is located three blocks from the hardware store and we grow and sell our produce at the hardware store Wednesday-Saturday as well as directly from the farm on Tuesdays, June-December. Our produce and cut flowers are grown with organic methods and we harvest and restock our stand at the hardware store multiple times each […]

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Folk Art Flowers and other Yard Ornaments

Artisan-made, from Newton, NC. Creatively repurposed and fabricated metalworking with automotive paint that does not rust will bring year-round beauty to your garden.

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Meet Ted Caudle, the “Plant Doctor”

Ted Caudle, fondly known around Charlotte as The Plant Doctor, hangs out at Renfrow’s on Saturdays from 10am-2pm. He made his career as a NC Co-Operative Extension Agent in Mecklengburg County and hosted a local radio show about gardening for many years. Come visit Ted and soak up his knowledge. Bring samples and photos of […]

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Candy Onion Plants

Candy onion plants have arrived. We have yellow and red, but are still waiting on white to get here. These are sweet onions that will bulb out if you plant them early enough in the spring. Plant now for harvest in May and June

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