Posts Tagged ‘ Sweetree Honey ’

Sweetree honey scoops another award

Jul 24th, 2015 | By

Horsham Downs beekeepers Stephanie and Martin Lynch have collected another award for their honey. The couple’s Kirikiriroa Honey has claimed second prize in the Beekeepers Special Reserve section of the National Beekeepers Association National Honey Competition. Sweetree’s Dried Bee Pollen also won bronze in the national bee pollen section. Kirikiriroa Honey is produced from 45

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Honey of a deal

Dec 4th, 2014 | By
Deputy Mayor Gordon Chesterman and Sweetree’s Martin Lynch inspecting the hives at Hamilton Zoo.

Horsham Downs beekeepers Martin and Stephanie Lynch are helping to sweeten Hamilton. Hamilton Gardens, Hamilton Zoo and Taitua Arboretum are now home to bee hives, installed through a new partnership between Hamilton City Council and Sweetree Honey, who are part of the Hamilton Farmers Market. Martin and Stephanie have placed 45 bee hives across the

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Bee good, buy seed

Aug 28th, 2013 | By

Sweetree Honey have raised just shy of $500 to help bees in New Zealand. Horsham Downs beekeepers Stephanie and Martin Lynch are selling bee friendly wild flowers seeds and they say it’s not too late to encourage bees to your garden. The money raised – $490 so far – will got to the National Beekeepers

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Sweet win at honey awards

Jul 12th, 2013 | By

Congratulations to Horsham Down’s Sweetreee Honey for winning silver at the recent National Beekeepers Honey Competition.  Martin and Stephanie Lynch’s honey also won individually: Hakarimata honey won gold (1st place) in the ‘Beekeepers Special Reserve’ honey competition. Bee pollen also won gold (1st prize) in the ‘Dried Bee Pollen’ section. Propolis Tincture received a bronze

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Honey jars sweet idea for competition

Mar 15th, 2013 | By

It’s time to think up sweet ideas for old honey jars. Horsham Down’s beekeepers, Sweetree, are holding a photo competition to see just how creative people can bee (sorry, couldn’t resist). “Lately I’ve been reading on Facebook how our customers reuse their Sweetree honey jars. They are used for jams, chutneys, sauces and for storing

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The land of milk and honey

Jan 28th, 2013 | By

Stephanie Lynch from Sweetree Honey was puddling along Gordonton Rd recently, and spied the following visage – a fully laden honey truck following a north-bound tanker, Truly, we are a land flowing with milk and honey! Thanks for sending it through, Steph!