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New Baby Beehives!

Blog: What's the Buzz?   -   Monday April 04, 2011   -   By Marcie

We've got nine new beehives. When we go out the back door the aroma of ripening honey fills the air and smells so SWEET! I just love going back there and watching them in action. They are so active, buzzing all around and pollinating everything in sight... ...

Buy Locally, Plant Ethically

Blog: Michigan Native Plants   -   Tuesday February 15, 2011   -   By TimB

My one New Year resolution is to post a blog entry at the least, monthly. And for 2011, our planned advertising has put into motion guarantees I will update our LocalHarvest profile weekly starting in March.  All thanks to 50 year-old lessons learned...

The First Honeyflow of the Year! Tropical Wildflow...

Blog: What's the Buzz?   -   Thursday January 20, 2011   -   By Marcie

We just harvested our first honeyflow for 2011. And a Happy New Year it is....60 lbs. of TROPICAL WILDFLOWER honey. It's delicious! All of our honey is RAW....comes out of the hive and into the honey jar....the only "processing" is to strain out the...

Fresh From The Hive! 60 lbs. of TROPICAL WILDFLOWE...

Blog: What's the Buzz?   -   Wednesday September 29, 2010   -   By Marcie

The Fall honeyflow is ON. We're happy to have a sixty pound bucket of Tropical Wildflower honey, fresh from the hive....and with more on the way. I can smell ripening honey when I walk out my back door, and it smells good! Steve says that someday I'll be...

Gaillardia ~ Blanket Flower - Native & Drought Tol...

Blog: Wall Flower Studio Garden   -   Tuesday February 09, 2010   -   By Karen

  A Showy North American Native! Gaillardia aristata , commonly known as blanket flower, is a native perennial wild flower, which makes this delightful and colorful specimen...

Cornflowers for Crafters

Blog: Morgan Botanicals   -   Wednesday February 03, 2010   -   By Jessica

Blue flowers, what can be prettier? I enjoy these blossoms, in the garden, in arrangements, in yarn dying, on the dessert plate and so on. They are simply stunning. Cornflowers ( Centaurea cyanus) are appropriately named as they tend to grow wild in...

2009 New Honey crop filling up shelves FINALLY,Hon...

Blog: georgiabees.blogspot.com   -   Tuesday October 27, 2009   -   By John

HONEY HARVEST almost done for 2009. A year of challenges from bad weather and honey bee losses from beekeeping colony collapse disorder. All Honey avaiable on my Local Harvest store,visit and look around. I have some unusual honey from farm...

Honey Bee swarm removal from building,See VIDEO at...

Blog: georgiabees.blogspot.com   -   Sunday October 25, 2009   -   By John

    Video of beehive removal at http://georgiabees.blogspot.com 27 minutes to remove 27,227 honeybees,I counted them

Georgia Honey Bees on goldenrod flowers at beekeep...

Blog: georgiabees.blogspot.com   -   Thursday October 22, 2009   -   By John

Honey Bees hard at work on goldenrod flowers at beekeeper John Pluta apiary in Milledgeville Georgia. We might have enough for a special bottling but normally mixed into wildflower honey.

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