What we Do
Beautiful varietals of honey. Some raw and unfiltered, some refined just a little.
Wonderful varieties of lip balm made with our own honey, bees wax, shea butter, cocoa nut oils and essential oils. Pure and beautiful, just like your lips.
Bees wax, shea butter, almond oils, cocoa nut oils, and more. Our lotions rival the $50 a bottle jars at department stores at a better price.
Helping hobbyist beekeepers with high quality nucs so they have strong hives from the start. We take orders for these early and sell out every year, so sign up for the newsletter today to be first informed.
Our girls, ie the bees, love flowers. They love to help farmers pollinate their crops. Contact us with your farming needs, we will try and help.
Custom Labels and Bottling- coming soon
With our new system, we can custom create small and large batches.
Fresh out of the hives in 2018. 1 Pound Georgia Tupelo Raw Unfiltered Honey is the healthy honey you’ve been looking for with all the nutrients and benefits left in. Straight form the Georgia rivers, home of the Nyssa ogeche trees. This wonderful honey is slightly green in color and does not crystalize like other honey. […]
Fresh out of the hives in 2018. 1 Pound Georgia Wildflower Raw Unfiltered Honey is the healthy honey you’ve been looking for with all the nutrients and benefits left in. Some of the known nectars in this honey are Tupelo, Gallberry, ti-ti, Palmetto, pepper, and cotton.
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This week we are going to try something new. We here love trivia, games and being silly. So each Saturday we are going to publish a question. Answers are submitted via our web page. We will select one winner from the correct answers on Friday morning. This weeks trivia contest is for a 1 Pound […]
This week we will open up our online store. Be one of the first to buy our Georgia Raw Unfiltered Wildflower and Tupelo Honey. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to be the fist to know. We will have 1 pound jars of raw and unfiltered Georgia wildflower honey, and raw unfiltered tupelo honey.
Our bees spent their first summer in Maine. Initially they went to pollinate Maine wild blueberries. After a month I moved them to wild raspberries and then they moved to wildflowers for the rest of the summer. In November the bees came south to their Georgia home where they built their populations up rapidly and […]
George Owner, Beekeeper