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Our Products

Honey & Beeswax Products

In the fall we are collecting the rarest, the most sought after and the most delicious type of honey, Yellow Starthistle honey, that Food and Wine Magazine calls the "CHAMPAGNE OF HONEYS​". 


In spring we have a unique multiflower honey with 5 dominating flowers: white sweet clover, yellow sweet clover, eucalyptus, rosemary and stork's bill.


Our honey is NATURAL, RAW, UNFILTERED and NEVER HEATED, as Mother Nature intended it!


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We created a miracle hand slave from our own beeswax  and organic cocoa butter and coconut oil.


It is moisturizing and healing - perfect for dry skin. It even helps eliminate symptoms of eczema, such as itchiness, dryness and overall discomfort within 2 weeks.

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We are making beautiful candles form our beeswax. I have a variety of candles in terms of shapes and sizes: flowers, beehives, pine cones, geometrical and everybody's favorite - the Big Hug. You can buy them with or without pretty candle holders.


You can see our candles assortment HERE and HERE


Check below for information on where to buy our products.


Lavender

We grow several types of lavender on California Lavender Honey Farm: English, French, Hybrid, Grosso, Spike and others. 

 

We offer the following Lavender products for sale:

Culinary Lavender (Lavandula Angustifolia)

Lavender Pure Essential Oil (100% Lavandual Angustifolia)

Lavender Floral Water (100% Lavender Hydrosol)

Lavender Honey Soap

Lavender Hand Salve

Dry Lavender Sachets

Fresh Lavender Bundles (when in season)

 

We also plan to sell lavender beauty and kitchen products such as bath salts lavender tea, lavender sugar and more - stay tuned!

Our lavender oil and hydrosol comes with a Certificate of Quality to certify that our products are estate grown & produced, sustainable, climate friendly, chemicals & pesticides free.

 

Our lavender field is great photo opportunities available and we welcome professional photographers for photo shoots

 


Fruits & Veggies

So far we have planted 24 pomegranate trees  at California Lavender Honey Farm, which we expect to give fruit in a couple of years. 


We also planted other fruit trees and they will also need a couple years to produce.


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We grow a variety of seasonal produce: vegetables, legumes and herbs and we are happy to share the bounty with you.


Different tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplants, beets, carrots, a variety of peppers and herbs are our biggest sellers.


We don't use any harmful chemicals while growing our vegetables because we can't, it would be detrimental to our bees. So our veggies are not only delicious but the healthiest ones around.


You can buy our fresh veggies at California Lavender Honey Farm almost every Saturday - see more information below.



HOW TO BUY CALIFORNIA LAVENDER HONEY FARM PRODUCTS: 

 

1. We sell our seasonal veggies, herbs, honey, lavender products, miracle salves and candles most Saturdays 8.30 - 10.30 am at our farm in San Miguel (cash or PayPal). For address reach out to me at mycaliforniafarm@gmail.com 2023 Season is now on  - the farm stand is OPEN 

 

2. When we have a whole bounty we bring our products to San Francisco Bay Area. We can deliver FREE of charge to  Redwood City, San Carlos, Belmont, San Mateo, Foster City and Burlingame. Minimum purchase for delivery is $20. Reach out to me at mycaliforniafarm@gmail.com if you need a delivery (payment: cash or PayPal)

 

3. Honey is typically only becomes available in June and September and we sell it as long as we have it. Please, note that it sells out VERY quickly. I strongly suggest you subscribe to our Instagram channel to be the first notified of honey availability. It is available for purchase at the farm stand or during farm tours.

 

4. What we can ship in the U.S.: honey, salve, candles and candle holders, lavender products. USPS standard shipping rates apply. Please, message me at mycaliforniafarm.com if you want to purchase.

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