Sourwood honey is so rare that a good crop sometimes only surfaces once every decade. Yet, its deep, spicy flavor makes it sought after by honey connoisseurs everywhere. The honey's scarcity can be attributed to the very small amount of sourwood bushes currently growing. The plant typically blooms from June to August, providing a small window of time in which beekeepers can bring their colonies to collect nectar from the flowers. Its flavor is floral and light with hints of baking spices and anise.
The Southern Foothills Growers proudly present the opening of the Tri-City Tailgate Farmers' Market 2010 on Saturday May 15th from 8 am - 12 pm. The Tri-City Tailgate Farmers' Market is located in the parking lot beside Retro Cinema at the Tri-City Mall. (more...)
NOW Accepting new CSA members for our 2015 Spring/SUMMER CSA to start April 17,2015.----Skipper Farms is family owned and operated offering a wide variety of naturally grown, tasty, and safe fresh fruits and vegetables. (more...)
Shadow Wings Farm is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains in northern Georgia. We are committed to raising heritage breeds in lush, natural environments. (more...)
Located in the beautiful Clear Creek Valley in the North Georgia mountains, our farm has been owned and operated by our family continuously since 1840. Our Grass Fed Beef is dry aged, locally butchered to our specifications, and sold by the individual cuts in our Farm Store. (more...)
Hello My name is Mike Childers I am a local beekeeper in the Raleigh, North Carolina area providing quality products and services to the great people of North Carolina. My wife and I have been enjoying honeybees for several years now. Thoroughly interesting in all aspects, we are amazed at the great creatures we have been given to take care of. (more...)
We are a small family farm Throughout the year we grow a variety of heirloom tomatoes and hard to find specialty vegetables such as sweet corn (you won't even need butter), lots of different hot & sweet peppers, eggplant, string beans, squash, cabbage, and cucumbers just to name a few. (more...)