Seeds on 36th: Urban Farm Store

A new type of garden center, focused on providing quality supplies for gardening of all kinds as well as classes and expert advise. Seeds on 36th is a place where you can shop, learn, and grow! To view our class schedule click here.

10am-6pm  Tue-Sat

Phone: 704-900-6668

200 East 36th St.

Charlotte, NC 28206

TOMATO WEEK! April 14th-21st

Tomato planting season begins April 14th! All week at Seeds on 36th you can purchase lots of varieties of tomato plants all 25% off! Discount lasts till April 21st!

Tilapia fingerlings IN STOCK!

~50 gram size fish for $3 each
Pleaase bring cooler and aeration device, we DO NOT have take home bags with pure O2

Vegetable and herb plants now in stock!

Get your garden jump started by purchasing vegetable and herb transplants from Seeds on 36th! We have tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, squash, kale, basil, dill and more!

3-packs veggie plants are just $3
Herb plants are $6 each.

2018 Patio Farming Class Schedule Released

"Dinner For Four"

We Have Released Our First Backyard Aquaponics System For Sale!

"Dinner For Four" - Complete Aquaponics System: $1,500
Grow an abundance of fresh greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, herbs and fresh fish (or pet fish) with this 20 square foot aquaponics system. Complete with tanks, pumps, growing media and pre- drilled ports you can begin your favorite new hobby, aquaponic gardening!

  • 75 Gallon Fish Tank
  • 16 Square Foot Growing Bed
  • Pump and Plumbing
  • Attractive Wooden Frame
  • Clay Pebble Growing Media
Get engaged in healthy eating and creating a more profound connection to the environment!

An Evening With Craig LeHoullier - The NC Tomato Man (July 28th)

Join us for an evening with the author of the best selling book "Epic Tomatoes" and the newly released "Growing Vegetables In Straw Bales", Craig LeHoullier. Craig will be selling and signing his books, reading excerpts from the books, handing out seed packets as well as answering questions from the audience. Craig loves talking to people about all gardening related questions and hearing their stories so don't be shy! 
Single Admission: $15
Souble Admission: $23