Sorry to report that we've sold all our 2020 honey. 2021 honey will be available by early next June.
Rita's Bees on Jean's Farm Local Wildflower Honey is 'raw' meaning it's lightly strained at ambient temperature. This means the honey retains its floral taste as well as its natural pollen, enzyme and antiseptic properties. When you can, please support your local beekeepers by buying from them . . BUT . . . if you want to taste some lip-smackin' light honey with complex flavors, I know you will love Rita Bees on Jean's Farm Local Wildflower Honey.
Sold in 1 pound BPA-free plastic squeeze bottles.
Now shipping honey extracted in May 2020
Mmm, Mmm, GREAT!
Or if you're local to Kennesaw GA, you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange pickup.
Jean's Farm abuts 1500 acres of Corps of Engineer property that's maintained as a passive park for bikers and hikers. Large meadows are mowed only once per several years allowing for plants to go through natural cycles of vegetative growth, blooming and regenerative seeding. Blackberry, privet, asters, elderberry and many other blooms (including tree blooms such as wild cherry, red maple, tulip poplar, sourwood) happen annually near our apiary.