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. Join our mailing list and we will be glad to let you know just as soon as that fresh first harvest of honey is ready.
Bees collect nectar from from so many flowers throughout the year that every harvest provides just a slightly different color and flavor. It is that unique combination of flowers that were blooming at that time of year that helps to make Wildflower honey so special. That unmistakable rich flavor always comes from local raw honey. Try it. Taste the difference yourself.
New Beginnings... For all of us
We enter this new decade with anticipation that what lies before us will give us a greater experience in life. Our journey is the story of how we got here and how it prepared us for what is next. Creating and embracing the new beginnings all around us inspire and encourage those around us. It will do the same for you too. Be a part of it and see what happens.
The Bee keeper
I am a beekeeper, wood working enthusiast, and fix all things kind of guy (just ask my wife). I have been interested in Honey and bees since I was a kid but did not get into learning about them till much later in life. There is so much to learn and so much to share. That is the reason for this Blog page. To share what I have learned from this journey in keeping bees. Hope you find this information interesting and helpful.