Where's the Honey?
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1y ago
Where’s the Honey ?   Spring is the time for bees to make honey. Bees make honey from flowers that bloom in Spring time. The flowers open their petals to invite the bees to come and pollinate them and as a reward, the bee gets to collect a tiny amount of nectar from that flower. Bees visit many flowers before they take the nectar back to the beehive - an amount that is about less than a drop. It takes lots of bees visiting about a million flowers to just make one pound of honey. March, April and May is the time when bees collect most of that nectar -Spring time. Nectar is about 70% wat ..read more
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New Beginnings
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3y ago
New Beginnings The new year and Spring are all about new beginnings.  Starting a new habit, trying something new or seeing what blooms in Spring.   This year, we have had lots of rain in North Georgia and hope that we will have lots of flowers to bloom.  Those new flowers will give the honeybees lots of nectar to make into honey.  In exchange, the bees will pollinate the flowers they visit. Many of those flowers turn into the food we eat.   Usually, it takes the bees from March to May to collect enough excess honey for us to remove from the hive, bottle it and have ready for sale in  June ..read more
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Got Honey ?
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3y ago
Comb Honey Block - approx. 4" x 4" We do, how about you?  The second harvest is in and we have a surprise for you:  Comb Honey blocks.   How would you like to taste honey as the bees have saved it in the beehive?  This is the purest way to eat honey.  Spread it on warm toast or just eat it by the spoonful.  There is nothing like the burst of flavor you get when you take a bite.  We have a very limited supply so give it a try and see how truly special it is. Try our second harvest of honey.  It is a little bit darker than the first harvest of the year and has a smooth rich flavor.  Bees ..read more
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The Honey is here, the Honey is here
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3y ago
We are always so excited when the first Honey of the season is available.  This first batch of honey is a small amount, so the quantities are limited, but it really tastes great. The picture above is the very first bottle so you can see what it looks like, but it is much better to taste it. Place your order now to make sure you get this special honey.   The bees have worked very hard this spring to find flowers that have enough nectar to make honey.  Here in the Suwanee, Georgia area, we have had lots of rain and while rain is good, it prevents the bees from flying out to the flowers and ..read more
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The Bees are Working
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3y ago
Spring is here​.  Warmer weather, flowers blooming and thoughts of Easter are in the air.  While the weather here in North East Georgia has been a mix of cold blasts, rain and temperatures in the 70's, the bees have already been making good use of any day they can to collect the much needed pollen and nectar for the young to grow to adult bees.  Pollen and nectar from flowers is used to make food for the bees.  They raise more bees every day so they can collect more nectar and the nectar is what is made into honey. One bee can create about 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey.  So it takes a lot of ..read more
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Honey to look forward to
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3y ago
Did you know that honey is different every year?  The single most important factor that affects honey is the weather.  How is this possible? As we move from Winter to Spring, the weather gives us the cold, the rain and eventually the warmth to entice the flowers from trees, shrubs and ground cover to begin to bloom.  Sometimes flowers bloom early or late depending on the weather.  These variations produce variations of nectar that is available for bees to collect and make into honey.  Our climate changes the taste, the consistency and color of honey every year.   Honey is like a recipe ..read more
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The Honey is here, the Honey is here
Double Bee Honey
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3y ago
We are always so excited when the first Honey of the season is available.  This first batch of honey is a small amount, so the quantities are limited, but it really tastes great. The picture above is the very first bottle so you can see what it looks like, but it is much better to taste it. Place your order now to make sure you get this special honey.   The bees have worked very hard this spring to find flowers that have enough nectar to make honey.  Here in the Suwanee, Georgia area, we have had lots of rain and while rain is good, it prevents the bees from flying out to the flowers and ..read more
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The Bees are Working
Double Bee Honey
by
3y ago
Spring is here​.  Warmer weather, flowers blooming and thoughts of Easter are in the air.  While the weather here in North East Georgia has been a mix of cold blasts, rain and temperatures in the 70's, the bees have already been making good use of any day they can to collect the much needed pollen and nectar for the young to grow to adult bees.  Pollen and nectar from flowers is used to make food for the bees.  They raise more bees every day so they can collect more nectar and the nectar is what is made into honey. One bee can create about 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey.  So it takes a lot of ..read more
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Honey to look forward to
Double Bee Honey
by
3y ago
Did you know that honey is different every year?  The single most important factor that affects honey is the weather.  How is this possible? As we move from Winter to Spring, the weather gives us the cold, the rain and eventually the warmth to entice the flowers from trees, shrubs and ground cover to begin to bloom.  Sometimes flowers bloom early or late depending on the weather.  These variations produce variations of nectar that is available for bees to collect and make into honey.  Our climate changes the taste, the consistency and color of honey every year.   Honey is like a recipe ..read more
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