Best Places for Local Honey Maryland– we love honey on fresh warm bread. Or why not eat it with fruit and Greek yogurt? It’s also said that local honey is great for helping hay fever. We are not sure if that’s correct, but it’s a lovely thing to try! Have a look at our list of places to find Local Honey in MD.
McDaniel Honey Farm
McDaniel Honey Farm, 4964 Wentz Road, Manchester, MD 21102
McDaniel Honey Farm – “Since honey bees became a part of the family in 1979, we at McDaniel Honey Farm have taken pride in providing pure, natural, raw and unprocessed honey as well as quality products made from beeswax.
Our quality raw honey is as pure and natural as the bees make it. Our honey is uncooked and unfiltered, as these processes remove the pollen and enzymes that make natural honey the special product it is.
Raw honey has the luscious flavor of the flowers it is made from and retains its healthful properties.”
Maryland Honey Company
6910 Damascus Rd, Gaithersburg, MD 20882
At Maryland Honey Company, “Our honey is from hives located on local farms, orchards, and meadows. We hand harvest small batches of artisanal, raw honey from hives located in Damascus, Woodbine, Poolesville, Mt. Airy, Glenelg, and Silver Spring.
Depending on the time of year, we have honey from Locust trees, Tulip Poplar trees, and wildflowers. We usually carry:
– Liquid honey in various size containers.
– Comb honey
– Chunk honey
– Creamed honey
All of our honey is local, natural and raw. We do not pasteurize or heat our honey products.”
15604 Sugarland Rd, Poolesville, MD 20837
Homestead Farm offer many different fruits for pick-your-own. The season starts in mid-June with tart cherries, then continues in late June with blueberries. Their peach season usually starts in early-July and goes into late-August and they grow both yellow and white peaches. Different varieties ripen at different times in the season.
Thornless blackberry season usually starts in early/mid-July and goes into mid/late August. Apple picking from late-August into late- October. Finally you can pick pumpkins from late September until Halloween.
They also have a petting zoo and sell local honey.
1015 Baugher Road, Westminster, Maryland 21158
“Come to Westminster and visit Baugher’s at our two locations for an exciting day in the country with home cooked food and fun activities for everyone in your family! Plan a fun day toPick Your Own Fresh Fruit from our orchards. We grow strawberries, cherries, peaches, plums, nectarines, apples and pumpkins for our u-pick customers. You
Our local honey is extracted & bottled by a beekeeper who collects honey from hives at our orchard & other orchards within a 50 mile radius. This is raw, unpasteurized honey. Raw honey is rich in antioxidants, B vitamins, and has beneficial enzymes that are not in pasteurized honey.
Our honey is unpasteurized. Unpasteurized honey is rich in antioxidants, B vitamins, and has beneficial enzymes that are not in pasteurized honey.”
5594 Norrisville Rd, White Hall, MD 21161
Shaw Farm Orchards history goes back an amazing seven generations.
“Shaw Orchards has become more diverse in recent years, offering the latest and most exciting varieties of apples and peaches. We have also added several other fruits, like raspberries and blackberries. In addition to high quality fruit, we also offer a full line of custom-made jams, jellies, salad dressings, and dessert mixes. One visit to our roadside market and you will be sure to appreciate our commitment to quality. Once the original orchard packing house, the market now welcomes customers to its doors, offering them quality produce and friendly service.
Shaw Orchards – celebrating a heritage of home-grown country goodness!”
As well as strawberries, Shaw Orchards have cherries, blueberries, peaches, apples. nectarines, plums, raspberries, melons, pumpkins, and natural honey.
See our round up post of some of the best farms in Maryland.