No bees no honey No work no money

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No bees no honey No work no money

No bees no honey No work no money


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New from the Red House Honey Hothouse: Cherokee Trail of Tears Bean Seeds

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Cherokee Trail of Tears Bean

Cherokee Trail of Tears Bean

Cherokee Trail of Tears Bean a.k.a Cherokee Black Bean.

In the summer of 1838, the Cherokee were rounded up from their farms in the Smokey Mountains and put in prison camps. They were then loaded onto boats that took them via the Tennessee, Ohio, Mississippi and Arkansas Rivers to Indian Territory. Some 4,000 natives died during the winter journey, which became known as the “trail where they cried.”—www.cherokee.org.

This beautiful bean was carried by the Cherokee on that terrible trip. Sow seeds outdoors after last frost in warm soil. Soak seeds for a few hours before planting 1” deep and 2” apart in full sun. Vining bean requires trellis/fence support. Beautiful pinky-purple flowers grow into gorgeous purple beans; harvest when young. Can be dried on the vine and used for baked beans; save some dried beans and plant next year!

Available from the Red House Honey Hothouse: www.redhousehoney.ca

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“Life is the flower for which love is the honey”–Victor Hugo

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"Life is the flower for which love is the honey"

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Ottawa Mag + Anne DesBrisay ❤ Red House Honey

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Bzzzz! Look who’s in Ottawa Magazzzzine! Red House Honey is featured in food critic Anne DesBrisay’s DesBrisay Dines/Capital Dining. Big ❤❤ to Anne DesBrisay & Ottawa Magazine


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The Sweetest Thing….

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#redhousehoney06 What’s the sweetest thing?
Fresh, raw, kosher Red House Honey, that’s what!

The Sweetest Thing....

The Sweetest Thing….

A Little Jar of Sunshine from Red House Honey

A Little Jar of Sunshine from Red House Honey


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