Asheville Bee Charmer recently welcomed Rosalie Catanoso, Jack Reitz, D.L. Anderson, and Erin Reitz of Our State Magazine to the Hive. During their stay, owners Kim Allen and Jill Kelly delivered a behind-the-scenes peek behind Downtown Asheville’s most buzzworthy honey shop. Jack and Jill went up a hill, or rather, the side of the mountain
One of our tip top favorites: The Lake Isle of Innisfree by: W. B. Yeats I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree, And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made: Nine bean-rows will I have there, a hive for the honey-bee; And live alone in the bee-loud glade. And
Spring has sprung! Which means the bees are making their first trips out of the hive to visit all of the trees and flowers starting to bloom. Wildflowers have already started to peak out of the ground. Later this spring the locust tree will begin to bloom with small white clusters of flowers. The basswood
Come plop up to our Honey Bar in downtown Asheville, North Carolina. Located at 38 Battery Park Ave. Featuring our wonderful selection of local North Carolina Honey, and raw honey from across the U.S., as well as our incredible selection of raw honey from Italy, France, Spain, Ireland, New Zealand, Austria, and Greece. Our downtown
A wonderful new display is now front and center at the store. YYou really have to come see it to believe it. The words have not been invented to describe how beautiful this piece by Simone Wilson is.