Thank you for your interest in purchasing honey and other bee products!
I currently do not have any honey left from last year, please check again in July (or sign up for the CSA Cash-on-Delivery).
Generally speaking, bees produce honey during the spring (May-June) and late-summer (August). As a result, spring honey becomes available in early July, summer honey becomes available in early September.
After I put aside honey and honeycomb promised to my CSA members, the rest is available to anyone who wishes to purchase it, until I’m out for the season, which typically happens around November/December. It’s always worth asking. As of January 2018, I still have some honey left from last season.
Honey is only available for local pick-up (Somerville). After you submit the form below, I’ll contact you to coordinate pickup near Davis Sq at a day of your choice. Payment can be done using cash, check, Venmo or PayPal. Please know which day it’s best for you to pick-up your honey. If this type of arrangement is too involved/convoluted, I apologize, but unfortunately I don’t have a storefront or full-time employees.
Honey: $8 for an 8oz jar, $12 for a 12oz jar, $15 for a 16oz jar.
Honeycomb: $2 per ounce, I typically have a few different sizes so please inquire.
Bee pollen: I collected some pollen in the past, but stopped due to low interest. If you might be interested for next season, please contact me.
Beeswax: I’m currently not collecting or purifying the beeswax. Contact me if you want some of my left-overs.