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Vacation is Coming!

Renfrow’s will be closing on Saturday, July 1st at 2:00pm for family vacations. We will reopen Wednesday, July 12th at 8 AM.  Plan ahead and stock up on things like chicken feed or deer corn if you purchase them weekly. We hope all our customers and friends have a safe Independence Day celebration. Many thanks […]

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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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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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Fruit Plant Availability

The best time of year to plant fruit trees is in the fall and winter when the plants are dormant and have less transplant shock. We get our shipment of fruit plants once per year, in the autumn. When we sell out, we’re out until the fall!  Ask us for advice on how to plant your fruit […]

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We carry all Lodge American-made cast iron products.

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Irish Seed Potato Availability – UPDATED 2-17

We have large amounts of our three standard varieties: Yukon Gold, Red Pontiac and Kennebec White. Also in Stock: Adirondack Red (pinkish-red flesh) Adirondack Blue (deep purple flesh) French Fingerling (red skin, slightly pink-hued flesh) Russian Banana Fingerling (yellow skin and white/yellow flesh) Magic Molly Fingerling (deep purple flesh) Plant now through April and harvest in June and July. […]

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