Looking for honey from local hives; raw honey with local pollen, Manuka honey, honey in combs or other types of honey in Memphis and Southwest Tennessee? Scroll down this page and you will see the
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Updates for April 2021
April The bees have been busy and there's plenty of honey available now!
Local Honey listings, by county
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- Windermere Farms & Apiaries- CERTIFIED ORGANIC,
Honey (retail), Raw honeys, Strained honey, Beeswax candles, The hives are not treated with chemicals, The bees are not given antibiotics,
Tours, Honey from hives on the farm, U-pick and already picked, porta-potties, group reservations
Woodhills Drive, Memphis, TN 38128. Phone: 901 3862035.
Alternate Phone: 901 3266379. Fax: 901 3857845. Email:
email@example.com. Open: We sell our honey at the
Botanic Garden Farmer's Market on Wednesday afternoons; It is
open from 2 pm to 6 pm; Also the Agricenter on Saturday mornings
from 8 am to noon. Directions: Highway 64 (Stage Road) crosses
Highway 14 (Austin Peay Highway). Go west on Stage Road 3/4 of a
mile after it crosses Austin Peay. Turn right on the second road
which is James Road and then take the first right which is
click here for a map and directions. Strawberries: 1st week
of May through the middle of June Blueberries and blackberries:
the middle of June through middle of July. We are certified
organic for all crops! Payment: Cash, Check.
click here for our Facebook page. You may call and schedule
a farm tour for a fee. These are usually done on Thursdays and
last about one to one and a half hours. We are the only
certified organic farm in Tennessee west of Nashville. We are
not allowed to call our honey certified organic because we do
not control 70,000 acres, but our bees feed mostly on our farm
and the flowers in the neighborhood & river. There are no row
crops for miles.