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Thank you for visiting our store. We are producers of raw honey, beeswax, pollen and natural honey products. Since ancient times man has prized honey as one of nature's miracles. We invite you to taste what the ancients thought to be a delightful aromatic treat. The only way to get this treat was to rob bee's nests in hollow trees or rock crevices. We have done the hard part for you. Enjoy some of our raw honey today.
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Filled with Orange Blossom, Saw Palmetto or Wild Flower.
...special... Special
This eight ounce plastic bear is filled with raw honey.
...squeeze bee... Squeeze Bee
16 ounce squeeze bee. Filled with the raw honey of your choice.
Comb Honey
Straight from the beehive to the jar.
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Local Raw Honey Floral Sources

Orange Blossom

Orange Blossom honey is often a combination of citrus floral sources. Orange is a leading honey source in southern Florida. Orange trees bloom primarily in March and April resulting in a white to extra light amber honey with a distinctive flavor and the aroma of orange blossoms.

Wild Flower

A mix of floral sources honey bees gather when the main nectar sources of orange blossom, palmetto and Brazilian pepper are not in bloom. Wild flower may include one or more of a variety of nectar sources depending on time of bloom and hive location. These sources consist of golden rod, cabbage palm, rag weed, spanish needle, willow and any other nectar producing plant.

Saw Palmetto

Saw Palmetto is one of the characteristic understory plants of the low pinelands throughout the state of Florida. Saw palmetto is usually a good nectar producer, yielding a light amber table honey.


Is one of the understory shrubs of the flatwoods, throughout the state of Florida, blooming from March to May. It is a good nectar source, producing one of the best grades of honey in the state.


Mangrove fringes the coastal areas from Levy County on the west, through the Keys to Volusia County on the east coast. In St. Lucie County, mangroves are abundant along the banks of the Indian River Lagoon. It is a good nectar producer nearly every year from the months of May to July. Hives located within proximity to the Lagoon's mangrove plants collect nectar and pollen especially in July following the palmetto bloom. The honey is white and granulates very quickly after extracting.

Sweet Clover

Brazilian Pepper
Comb Honey
As raw as you can get!
Local Raw Bee Pollen
Hand select granules
Raw beeswax
Beeswax Candles
Made with beeswax
Natural Honey Products
Beekeeper Creations
Fort Pierce Downtown Farmers Market

Downtown Fort Pierce Farmer's Market


  Hot Items
Here are some of the top-selling products in our store:
14 oz. Angel
1/2 lb. Comb Honey
12 lb. One Gallon Jug
12oz. Squeeze Bear
16oz. Squeeze Bee
2 lb. Comb Honey
2lb. Queenline Oval
3 lb. Quart Jug
6 lb. Half Gallon Jug
1 lb. Beeline
1 lb. Comb Honey
8 oz. bear
Glass Queenline 1 lb.
Glass Queenline 1/2 lb.
Glass Queenline 2 lb.
Honey Lotion Bar
Natural Honey Conditioner
Natural Honey Lip Balm
Natural Honey Lip Gloss
Natural Honey Liquid Hand Soap
Natural Honey Lotion
Natural Honey Shampoo
Natural Honey Soap
Natural Oat N Honey Soap
Raw Pollen Select
Hand-Rolled Candles
Solid Beeswax Pillar Candle
Solid Beeswax Taper Candle
Solid Raw Beeswax Votive Candle
6 oz. flat panel bear
Beeswax Hex Jar Candles
Beeswax Salve
Beeswax Chunks by the pound
Coming Soon ! Gruwell Apiary Honey Gummi Bears
Gruwell Apiary Creamed Honey
Hand crafted Honeybee memo clip
Honey Bee Decoration
Honey Cuticle Cream
Honey Hand Healer
Honey Night Cream
Honey Queen Bees Candy
Orange Blossom Honey n Almond Topping
Sterling Silver Bee Earrings
Sterling Silver Enameled Honey Bee Earrings
Sterling Silver Filagree HoneyBee Charm
Sterling Silver Diamond HoneyBee Pendant