Fangboner Farms

A Fangboner Guide to COVID Safety

A Fangboner Guide to COVID Safety

We’ve been living in a  vastly different world throughout most of 2020, and things are still far from being back to normal. It’s also way too easy to become complacent about the things we know we should be doing to keep ourselves (and each other) as safe as possible. We created a little list of reminders with links to some of our products that can help.

  1. Sanitize your hands - When you’re out and about and aren’t able to wash your hands immediately, keep using hand sanitizer. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend using hand sanitizer with complete coverage of your hands, rubbing it in for about 20 seconds until they feel dry. Try using our Hand Gel Sanitizer made with alcohol and aloe.
  2. Clean your face regularly - Obviously, you want to limit touching your face, but every once and a while you are likely to slip up. For the fellas rocking a beard, we have our Hand & Beard Sanitizer Spray, which incorporates lavender. Calming and clean!
  3. Wipe down surfaces - having dinner at a restaurant patio? You can’t be too careful. Wipe down your table and chairs with our Unicorn Tie Dye Disinfectant Wipes.

As always, don't forget to visit us at the Farm this weekend to check out our plant sales and newly released products! We'd love to hang out with you and share some samples (while social distancing on our beautiful deck).

Fangboner Fridays Presents: A Summer Wine Down

Fangboner Fridays Presents: A Summer Wine Down

Roland has spent three decades growing his own grapes and perfecting his wine-making skills. In fact, his daughter Elizabeth has early memories of helping her dad harvest the grapes and feeling them squish between her toes as she stomped around in a little bucket! Pretty cute, right?

Now is the perfect time to start your own little family tradition of growing grapes - just like the Richardson family has done for so many years. Fangboner Farms is selling $8 Concord grape pots so that you can get started. Aside from being delicious to snack on, growing your own Concord grapes allows you to make your own juice, or maybe even delve into wine-making like Roland!


In case you didn’t know, many visitors to the Farm get to enjoy a sample of Roland’s famous wine, so don’t hesitate to ask. He’s always willing to share samples and tricks of the trade.


This weekend you’ll find lots of plant sales- not only our $8 Concord grape plants, but also ornamental onions, and our flavorful chives. We even have select plants on sale for $5. Come on out, do a little shopping, a little sipping, and a lot of relaxing on our spacious deck.