Leather (and canvas) conditioner and waterproofer

When the weather turns wet, and the old work boots (or leather hat, etc) just is not waterproof any more, think about using a leather conditioner to rehydrate and waterproof the pores and stitching of the leather.  (note – this conditioner can be used on canvas tent material as well)

Amber’s work boots were dry, […]

Scented beeswax tarts for potpourri melters

New this fall is an assortment of scents for your home potpourri wax melters.

Enjoy

Vanilla Hazelnut Cinnamon Bun Pumpkin Spice ButterScotch Holiday Evergreen

 

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Get your honey at the Holistic Festival of Life and Wellness

Harmony Hollow will be a VIP vendor at the 5th Holistic Festival of Life & Wellness on Sunday 25 June 2017, selling honey and more.    The event is free to the public – however, if you purchase a VIP pass – many vendors will have special deals available.  (Purchase (2) pint-jars of honey, and get […]

Amma in Dallas – June 17-18 2017 – Green Initiatives / Greenfriends

If you plan to see Amma on 17-18 June 2017 in Dallas – be sure to stop by Amma’s “Green Initiatives” and “Greenfriends” tables.  There you can see the honeybee observation hive from Harmony Hollow Apiaries and talk about our native pollinators, pollinator-friendly plants, and our agricultural pollinators, as well as information about Amma’s […]

Golf Course – New Hazard in the Rough! (Video in link!)

The City of Allen owns a golf course – and it was reported by a patron that honeybees were in a knothole of a tree on the 14th hole.

The facilities manager was concerned both for the safety of their customers (the public) as well as having a humane and live removal of the honeybees […]

Garden2Table Event – March 25, 2017

Come see the observation hive and let’s talk about our pollinators at the Garden2Table educational event.  I hear that Heather Rinaldi of the Texas Worm Ranch will be speaking immediately prior to my time in the breakout sessions.

Join the real food revolution by attending Garden2Table, hosted by Methodist Charlton Medical Center.

Garden2Table […]

Valentines Eve – Joist Space Removal

The homeowners had purchased this home last year, right about the time I’d estimate that the bees moved in (based on the comb color and condition), however the home itself tells a story about bees occupying the space in years past – based on the residue and remnants from wax moth in the space.

During […]

Tawakoni Water Meter Bees

This homeowner had bees move into the water meter last year.  Concerned for the safety of the water meter readers – he called to have the bees removed.

This was 2 weeks ago, and I am happy to report that the bees are doing well after their removal from the water meter, and are […]

2017 Honeybee Removal Information

Rex Smith’s Honeybee Removal – 2017

If you are in need of having a honeybee swarm picked up, or a full colony of bees removed from a structure – please see the following links for my contact information:  (These same links are in the top menu bar on this website as well.)

Also please understand […]

What do bees do in the winter?

During the cold months, one of the more common questions I am asked about is:  “What do the bees do in the winter?”.

The short answer is that they “sit in cluster” to maintain enough heat to ensure the survival of the colony.  It is extremely important that the bees have enough food brought in […]