Blackberries, Marionberries, Raspberries, Clover – and coming soon – flowering pumpkins.
We’re deep in the middle of the summer nectar flow at Rogue Farms, a time when our honeybees have a bigger selection of food than your typical buffet line. Healthier choices too.
Here’s a look at the honeybees in action.
Summer berries, clover, spring cherries, apples and winter hazelnuts. Rogue Farms honeybees have a wide variety of wild and cultivated plants to forage almost year round. Their honey is a sampling of all the tastes in the Wigrich Appellation. And you’ll be able to taste it too in our Rogue Farms Honey Kolsch and 19 Original Colonies Mead.
Help Rogue Farms Save The Honeybees! Join us this weekend for the Great American Mead Festival.The 2-day street fair event will celebrate bees, the honey they produce, and all the beverages and foods created with it. Click on the logo for more information.