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Bee Friendly Plants for Honey Bees

Bobbie Hershey

Bee Friendly Plants for Honey Bees

Flowers that Attract Bees Early Spring Blooms Pussy Willow USDA zones 4 – 7. Full to partial sun. Blooms early Spring. These North American wetland shrubs have a beautiful greyish hue and fur-like blooms. Their blooms mark the arrival of spring, making them a perfect treat for early foraging bees. Humans may also enjoy using their dried stems as decorations Pansies USDA zones 4 – 8. Full sun. Blooms early Spring-Fall. Whimsy, joy, colors – pansies have it all, and bees love them. They are great for containers or ground cover but are often treated as annuals because of their ability to spread quickly. Bred from...


The Story of Hershey's Honey

Bobbie Hershey

The Story of Hershey's Honey
God’s plan in establishing Hershey’s Honey began with a need to take classes and established itself with a way to earn a living on the farm.

Cooking And Baking Honey

Bobbie Hershey

Tags Benefits of Honey, Food, Honey, Recipe, Recipes, Yummy

Cooking And Baking Honey
Sweeten Your Cooking and Baking The Natural Way w/Hershey's Honey!

Hershey's Honey Sticks and Juvenile Diabetes

Bobbie Hershey

Tags Health Remedy, Honey

Hershey's Honey Sticks and Juvenile Diabetes

Jeneen sent this email to Hershey's Honey about our Honey Sticks:   I absolutely love your products and my daughter loves them even more. My 8-yr. old daughter was given some as a gift, she has type one diabetes and we use honey to treat low blood sugars in her sleep. It is thick enough that we do not have to worry about her choking and it leaves a pleasant aftertaste in her mouth she states. She loves the cherry! The sticks are convenient to carry in her diabetes kits. She cannot wait to try them all!  Thank you for...


Honey Popcorn Balls

Bobbie Hershey

Tags Recipe, Recipes

You are going to love these Honey Popcorn Balls so give them a try. Ingredients:20 Cups Popcorn1 1/4 cups Butter1 1/4 cups Honey 🍯3/4 teaspoon Salt Preheat oven to 325°. Put popcorn in a large roasting pan. Line a large baking sheet with waxed paper. In a medium saucepan over medium heat, stir together 1 1/4 cups butter, the honey, and salt until butter is melted. Increase heat and boil honey mixture gently 1 minute, stirring constantly.  Carefully pour honey mixture over popcorn in roasting pan and stir to coat. Bake popcorn, stirring every 5 minutes, until deep golden all over,...