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Bee Present

    We can’t believe we’ve arrived at the end of our second growing season, how quickly this year passed. In a week or so the entire farm will be plowed and seeded with a comfy cover crop to rest … Continue reading

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Farm to Table Wednesdays

  Make Wednesday nights a “Farm to Table” dinner at your house. What fun to buy fresh produce at the farm and then the whole family prepares the meal together. This might become your most favorite night of the week! … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Brunch Menu & Frequently Asked Questions

THE MENU Subject to change based on seasonality. BREAD BOARD WITH FRUIT & CHEESE Assortment of Companion breads, Garden Variety cheeses and seasonal fruit EARLY SUMMER SAVORY SALAD Snap peas, chicory, green garlic, nasturtium and a simple vinaigrette BISCUITS WITH … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Brunch at Bee Fruitful Farms!

                                                   Come Join Us for Mother’s Day Brunch at Bee Fruitful Farms! Get your tickets before they’re … Continue reading

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COMING IN 2015 . . .

  Farm to Table Dinners and Brunches Next season we will be hosting farm to table dinners and brunches at our stunning Scotts Valley location. Come prepared to enjoy a fabulous multi-course meal, delicious beverages, live music, and lively conversation … Continue reading

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Keep Yourself Healthy and Happy

If you’re feeling the effects of the shorter days – lack of energy, moodiness, difficulty concentrating, weight gain – you’re not alone. It is estimated that up to 15% of Americans experience from some form of the “winter blues” with … Continue reading

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Bee Wise About Bees!

Did You Know… Honeybees fly at 15 miles per hour. Bees communicate with each other by dancing and by using pheromones (scents). Honeybees have five eyes, 3 small ones on top of the head and two big ones in front. … Continue reading

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