The farm is located at 19000 SW 264th St, Redland, FL 33031-1787. Please look for the farm sign - IMPORTANT: 19030 is out of sequence- keep going west to get to us. You'll see a red pickup truck at the farm gate with rear lights strobing. DO NOT ENTER UNLESS WAVED IN.
We're taking measures to minimize potential exposures, so will limit cars on the farm to three at a time, including both pre-order pickups and shopping; no walk-ins allowed. When you arrive, Steve in the orange police/traffic vest will wave you in if there is space for another car. Otherwise, please park in a westward-facing line of cars on the swale across from the farm. While you wait, we will give you the list of goodies to help plan your purchases. Steve will direct you to enter from the front of the line. Proceed to the rear, park and pick up your order and/or shop. Be CAREFUL of fast-moving trucks on our roadway when turning into the driveway and when exiting.
At the Bee Heaven Farm booth: *ONLY ONE PERSON AT A TIME TO SHOP, AND ONE PERSON AT THE CHECKOUT TENT*. To speed up shopping and minimize contact with the produce, we will have pre-packed loose items like cherry tomatoes, beans, and salad mixes. Please do not touch the produce - point and we will put it in the shopping basket for you. YOU TOUCH IT-YOU BOUGHT IT! We'll take the basket to the checkout, where we'll ring you up and place your items into your own bags. If you forget to bring bags, we have a stash of pre-coronavirus used bags available.
Please wash your hands before coming. We prefer credit cards or contactless payments. We will be sanitizing the credit card equipment between uses for those who must enter pin numbers (debit cards, EBT).
If you have hand sanitizer, feel free to bring some with you.
Here's a list of things we'll have on hand
(note we have limited quantities of some items)
Cachucha and bell peppers, eggplant, carrots,
yellow and zucchini squash, butternut squash*, Jamaican pumpkin*,
cabbage, celery, kohlrabi, radishes, purple sweet potatoes, corn*, assorted greens,
purple snow peas, shelly peas, snap beans (heirloom purple, green), Redland-raised dry beans (small red, black turtle),
slicer tomatoes, cherry and grape tomatoes,
scallions, spring onions, garlic chives, turmeric, mountain soursop leaves*,
sapodilla, bananas, ambarella (June plum)
Honey: wildflower, tropical fruit, avocado, orange blossom, palmetto, gallberry, tupelo, fresh pollen, royal jelly
Kombucha flavors: Celery, ginger/turmeric, ginger/lime, blueberry/ginger, mango/habanero, strawberry/holy basil
Dried fruit: Better Than Candy! 9 flavors, and Fruits of Summer
and to cheer you up... beautiful snapdragons
orchids and bromeliads
(sorry, no veggie plants at this time)