Honey is primarily composed of fructose, glucose and water. It also contains trace enzymes, minerals, vitamins and amino acids.

In addition to gathering nectar to produce honey, honey bees perform a vital second function–pollination. About one-third of the human diet is derived from insect-pollinated plants, and honey bees are responsible for 75 percent of this pollination.


Pollination is the fertilization of a flowering plant. It occurs when pollen is transferred from the anthers of a flower to the ovules

of that or another flower. Honey bees are responsible for pollinating a variety of fruits, vegetables, legumes and more.



7 Different Styles Of All Carolina Grown Honey


And Also In The Works And Coming Soon

5 New Honey Creams Just Made & The Pictures Coming Soon

  Cinnamon,    Pumpkin Pie,    Chocolate,

  Blue Ridge,   &    Mountain Orchard




Sizes For All Brands

.50 Pound / 6oz $9.00
.75 Pound / 8oz $10.00
1 Pound / 11oz  $11.00
1.5 Pound / 16oz $15.00
1.5 Pound / 16oz

With Honey Comb



 The first honey flow of the New Year February and March.

 A very mild taste, light color with a bit of cool mint taste.

Available nectars and pollens from Red Maple,  Jap. Maples,

all Holly Shrubs and trees, Blackberry,

Clovers (White, Crimson),  Dandelion, Camellia Japonicas.


Other flowering Ornamental Trees (Almond, Apple,

Crab Apples, Peach, Cherry, Plum), all Fruit Trees, spring

vegetable gardens producing later in the early cycle.



Mid Season in March and April with a bit more refined honey

 flavor and a bit sweeter. Some or all of the above listed plus

spring flower gardens, vegetable gardens, Honey Locust,

Tulip Popular, Blue Berry, Kudzu, Persimmon, Black Gum, 

Sun Flowers, Wildflowers, Ligustrium, and Spirea.




 An early summer May and June honey with a much

darker color with the old fashion honey flavor and taste.


Some or all of the above listed plants plus white Crape Myrtle,

Autumn Joy Sedum, Gingko, Golden Rain Tree, Buddleia,

Buckwheat, summer vegetable gardens, summer flowers,

wildflowers, Bee Balm, Mahonia, and Lantana.




 This is a June thru August summer honey.

Bronze in color with a fantastic robust honey flavor and aroma.


All of the above listed plants and flowers plus numerous other

minor plants nectar and pollens available at our Nursery Farm

also with, Clovers (White, Crimson, Yellow) Sumac, Sourwood,

Buckwheat, Canola, Soybeans, Cotton, Buckhorn Plantain,

Camellia Sasanqua, Fall Aster, Goldenrod, and Chaste Tree.



 This is a Full Season & Harvested Year Round

During the months of April - October

Grown in the Central Piedmont of NC

Medium sweet with a Light Hint of Mint.



 This is a Full Season & Harvested Year Round

During the months of April - October

Grown in the Southern Application Mountains

Directly between a Apple Orchard and Blueberry Farm.

Medium sweet with a fresh berry taste.






 This is a Full Season & Harvested Year Round

During the months of April - October

Grown in the Blue Ridge Parkway

Sweet honey with a strong bold taste.

So unique and enjoyed by many.