Bee Harvesting 2017 Sourwood Honey Crop

2017 Sourwood Honey Crop Is Ready

BEE WILD IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE: 2017 SOURWOOD HONEY CROP IS READY As you know, Sourwood Honey is the premium gourmet wild-crafted honey of the North Georgia Mountains. Customers ask all year round whether we will have a crop because they crave its flavor. To tell you the truth, we never know whether we will…

Bee Wild Raw Wild-Crafted Honey at Good Food Awards

Bee Wild Raw Wild-Crafted Honey

The Bee Wild Difference: Bee Wild Raw Wild-Crafted Honey Lura, our new honey bee, has been visiting our customers at local farmers markets. We have so many new customers that she asked us to reprise John Wright’s letter to our customers. In this communication, John talks about Bee Wild Raw Wild-Crafted Honey and the difference…

Fruit Smoothie

Kid Friendly Honey Recipes

Real Food for Health – Kid Friendly Honey Recipes As I continued researching the post I’m writing on Real Food, it struck me that some of our kids have never eaten much Real Food. So, I talked to John Wright, Owner of Bee Wild, and we are putting together a Honey Education Package for Parents…

Sourwood Honey

Sourwood Honey Is Coming

Update from the Home Apiary: Sourwood Honey is Coming As you may know, last year there was no sourwood honey crop. We had a plethora of thunderstorms and rain in Northern Georgia. Because of the bad weather, the blossoms on the sourwood fell to the ground. Therefore, there were no flowers for the bees to…

Pollen Covered Bee

Bee and Honey Update

The World of Raw, Wild-Crafted Honey: Bee and Honey Update As beekeepers who believe in our raw, wild-crafted honey products, we live and work with Nature as our guide. Some seasons, there is an abundance of Wildflower Honey, for example. But, last year because of the weather conditions, we didn’t have Wildflower Honey because the…