Honey bee on Lavendar

Help the Bees Today

We are officially a Bee Farm!

Using 7 acres adjacent to the Otto Labyrinth Park, we are establishing a Bee Farm here in the Smoky Mountains. The Pavilion at the Park will serve as our Bee Educational Center.

Rod, our Bee Whisperer, is developing plans to help Honey bees everywhere, not just in our small part of the world.  This page is dedicated to the Bees!

Here we will share photos, videos, and information about our Smoky Mountains Bee farm. A percent of profits on Bee products on this page will go to Bee Education and Bee Farming.

If you have specific questions for Rod, please use our contact form and ask away!

April 12, 2020 at the Bee Farm at the Otto Labyrinth Park

Last week I took a look at the grass by the Labyirnth and told Rod our Bee Keeper that I thought it was time to mow the grass.  His response was - "not now, you will kill all the flowers and clover that the bees are feeding on.  I swear I didn't see a flower when I looked at the tall grass. How wrong I was. The following are pictures of the grass and what the bees are feeding on just out of sight.  Moral of the story - look closely before you mow this Spring. Let the bees feed after their inactive winter months. I am grateful we have a Certified Bee Keeper watching out for the bees!!!

Grass at the Otto Labyrinth Park
Tall grass for the Honey Bees at the Otto Labyrinth Park
flowers under grass at the Otto Labyrinth Park
flowers under grass
Bee on daisy at the Otto Labyrinth Park
Bee on daisy
Blue flowers at the Otto Labyrinth Park
Blue flowers hidden in the grass
iris about to bloom at the Otto Labyrinth Park
Iris about to bloom
bees starting on comb at the Otto Labyrinth Park
Bees starting on Comb
bees building comb at the Otto Labyrinth Park
Bee Frame
bees on hand at the Otto Labyrinth Park
Bees resting on "Daddy" Beekeepers hand
custom made bee boxes at the Otto Labyrinth Park
Custom Made Bee Box
Bee on squash blossom
Honeybee on Squash Blossom
Bee Harvesting pollen
Honeybee harvesting pollen on squash blossom
honeybee on butterfly plant
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