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"From Bee to Hive to Bottle"

Our bees forage in Central Park, Marcus Garvey (Mount Morris) Park and in the Central Harlem area. The color and flavor of honey varies from hive to hive and season-to-season based on the type of flower nectar collected by the bees. Our bees collect nectar in the spring from maple and linden trees. In the fall, the bees have a thirst for goldenrod and Japanese knotweed.

Size Cost
4oz. $10
8oz. $20
16oz. $40


Casa Frela Garden & Apiary is a great place for the bees due to it's proximity to Central and Marcus Garvey Parks, as well as the large number of street trees in the Harlem area. The bees get most of their nectar in the spring from the flowering trees, which leads to a two good honey harvests, the first in July and the second in September. The garden's bees are a dynamic addition to the local ecosystem as they help flowers in the area flourish.

Casa Frela Garden and Apiary has been a member of the NYC GreenThumb community for four years.

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