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The Bee Sweet Nature Difference

We hand collect and grow all our Ontario Native plants, strictly from seeds we collect. Our passion is to increase the biodiversity of the southern Ontario landscape by offering local, native stock. We are also beekeepers and sell both liquid and creamed fresh Ontario Honey. Furthermore, we sell a variety of handcrafted soap, lip balm, and related personal care products.

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Recent Naturally Speaking Blog Posts

  • We Are Open
    It has been a tough, cold spring but our doors are open. Drop by and see our selection of trees, shrubs and wildflowers. New hours of operation are posted but phone just to make sure we are at the farm and not off site tending to the bees. Hope to see you soon.
  • It’s not too late for Pawpaw
    We have been so busy transplanting Pawpaws. Next we will be fungal inoculating them to create tremendous root systems. There is still room on the Wishlist 2021 Fall for pawpaws. Reserve now before it is too late.
  • Meet and Greet Option
    This ‘ meet and greet ‘ option is an expansion of our ‘ to the cottage ‘ program. Since most of our shrubs, trees and wildflowers are not grown as plugs but as potted plants, it can be quite pricey to ship orders. We decided that since we travel frequently up to the Barry’s Bay Read More
  • To The Cottage
    For the past 3 years, we have offered our ‘ To The Cottage ‘ program to our customers. You may ask what this is all about. It has everything to do with climate change and our assisted tree migration program. Climate change will not skip over this precious cottage country area. Not only is vegetation Read More
  • Haskaps
    Last year we launched our Sustainable Food line. This year we have added to our humble beginnings. Also, we have now started to create articles on the food products that we are offering. An exciting choice is Haskaps. To view the article simply follow the link to the Haskap article.
  • The Slippery Elm
    The winter is the only time I can finally spend some time on the website and start blogging and articling. Just follow the link for the new article on the Slippery Elm. We have many of these beautiful trees so just check our online inventory. Happy reading