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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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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In the Greenhouse Updated 10/31/2016

Our greenhouse is now empty for the wintertime. We will get our earliest spring plants around the beginning of February. Things to plant at this time of year: fruit trees, fruit bushes, garlic, onions, and seeds. Check out our fruit plant availability!

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In the Greenhouse Updated 9/19/2016

Beets Bok Choy Broccoli Cabbage – Stonehead, All Seasons, Red Cauliflower – Snow Crown Collards – Georgia, Vates, Cabbage, Morris Heading Kale – Red Russian, Green Curly, Dinosaur Leeks Lettuce – romaine, red romaine, iceberg, buttercrunch, red sails, mesclun, tasty salad mix, leaf lettuce mix Onions – Candy yellow Spinach Swiss Chard Herbs – basil, parsley, rosemary, thyme, Italian parsley, curly parsley, spearmint, […]

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Onions, Garlic, And Shallots, Oh My!

It’s September and most of the alliums are here! Leeks and Elephant Garlic have arrived! Onion sets – “Spring” onions also known as “green” or “scallion” onions are planted now. They come as little bulbs known as “sets”. They are planted and harvested all winter long. We have red, white, and yellow sets. We have super sweet […]

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In the Greenhouse – Updated August 31st

Beets – red, gold Bok Choy Broccoli Broccolini Cabbage – Stonehead, Savoy, Early Jersey, Late Flat Dutch, Early Round Dutch, OS Cross, Rio Verde, Red Cauliflower – Snow Crown Carrots – golfball Collards – Georgia, Vates, Cabbage, Morris Heading Kale – Red Russian, Green Curly, Dinosaur, Black Magic Kohlrabi – Purple, Green Lettuce – romaine, red romaine, iceberg, buttercrunch, red […]

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