Community Garden Honey Jars

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Community Garden Honey Jars

15.00

Many people do not know that the Cabbagetown Community Garden is also home to several thousand buzzy ladies!

Our resident honeybee hive, maintained and cared for by The Little Bee Project, produces several gallons of honey from the local flora each year.

Shipping is not available for this food item. Pickup can be scheduled with purchase.

Steve Esau and The Little Bee Project started out in 2011 in East Atlanta. Since then, Esau’s small backyard project has grown into numerous beehives around North Georgia. Cabbagetown’s beehive is #162.

Each bottle contains 16oz. of organically grown and harvested honey directly from the beehive in the Cabbagetown Community Garden. We are eagerly awaiting the 2019 harvest!

For more information, please visit The Community Garden Page or email cabbagetowngarden@gmail.com

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Little Bee Project No. 162

This is a limited release honey unique to urban Atlanta. The worker bees from each hive located in apiary No. 162 gather nectar from the area surrounding The Cabbagetown Community Garden.

Tulip, poplar, black locust, privet and wild blackberries in the spring to the clover patches, garden flowers and vegetables plots in the summer - The variety of nectar sources gives No. 162 a flavor that is as diverse as the neighborhood where it is produced.