Tupelo honey is produced from the blossoms of the white Ogeechee tupelo tree, which only blooms for 2-3 weeks every year. These trees are distributed along the borders of rivers, swamps, and ponds mainly in the remote wetlands of Georgia and Florida. Pure tupelo honey is light amber in color, with a pear-like and hoppy aroma and a coveted flavor that fans describe as mild, delicate, buttery, floral, like cotton candy and like rosewater. Because of its unusually high fructose content (versus sucrose), tupelo honey will not granulate. Also because of its low sucrose content, some diabetics may eat it. Certified tupelo honey is not heated, processed, or filtered.
Silver Spoon Apiaries, Inc. sells honey and other hive products produced through natural beekeeping methods. We also sell bees and beekeeping equipment/supplies. Our hives are located throughout Pender, New Hanover, and Brunswick counties. (more...)
At Siggi's Organic Farm & Apiary we organically grow many tropical fruit trees and plants, including Avocado, Banana, Carambola, Papaya, Ciruela, Coconut, Lime, Passion Fruit, Pineapple, Mango, Lychee, Longan, Soursop (Guanabana), Coconut, and Jakfruit for the production of organic fruit to sell to the public. (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...)
We are a 180 acre farm located in Coastal Georgia. We raise and sell local, sustainably grown produce, beef, goat meat and honey. We supply produce for a number of area restaurants and maintain a 50 member CSA Program. For more information about our farm please visit our website: www.sapelofarms.com (more...)
Join us on Saturdays, 8-12 in June and July for Dothan, Alabama's downtown farmers market. A variety of locally grown produce is there along with freshly baked breads, desserts and casseroles, artisans, children's activities, chef's samplings and demonstrations of art forms from basket weaving to flint knapping. (more...)