Honey bees are cavity dwellers and are often very creative in finding living quarters in unwanted places, like the walls or floors of your home. All they need is a tiny hole to gain entrance. Within a week, honey bees can fill an entire void with comb, brood, and honey stores.
Blossom Bees is licensed and insured in the state of Georgia for conducting structural honey bee removals. Ms. Peterson has extensive experience doing bee removals from campers, walls, eaves, roofs, doghouses, trees, industrial sites, and one and two story homes.
Blossom Bees takes great care in being able to accommodate removals quickly and is prompt in pricing jobs and getting them scheduled. There is no company more dedicated to meeting your needs in an honest, professional, and courteous manner. Our specialized service is available to you 24/7. 229-563-3050 is the only call you need to make!
From setting up your hive, to helping you maintain healthy bee colonies, to finding the best price on treatments and equipment, Ms. Peterson will be your advocate. Hourly rate.
Per Georgia rule 620-9, it is now illegal in Georgia to remove bee hives from inside someone's home or any structure. Removing honey bees from a structure without a license incurs a $10,000 fine. Let us take care of your bee issues.
"Stephanie took care of the bees in my camper wall quickly. She cleaned up after the removal and we have had no further bee issues."
Prices: (delivery available)
1 gallon of honey $75
12 oz bottles are $13
Have a young one interested in bees? We have immersive beekeeping birthday themed parties where kids can enjoy an observation hive or get into child size beekeeping suits to learn about bees and help inspect a hive looking for eggs, larvae, brood, and the queen bee herself. Call for more information or to schedule a specialty event! 229-563-3050.
What do we do with the bees?
They move into a managed apiary where they pollinate local agricultural commodities!
What questions do you have? Message us: 229-563-3050 or email is at Blossombees34@gmail.com
We started out as hobby apiarists, and now are a blossoming source for local honey, structural honey bee rescue/removal, and educational resources for children and adults. Our owner/operator Stephanie Southall Peterson is a renowned educator in Lowndes County where she currently serves as the Elementary Agriculture Education Teacher at Westside Elementary School. She was Georgia Teacher of the Year Runner Up for 2019-2020, Lowndes County Teacher of the Year 2018-2019, and Westside Elementary School Teacher of the Year 2018-2019. She also was honored as Community Partner in Education Coordinator of the Year in 2021. Her over 900 kindergarten through 5th grade students manage four on campus beehives and have extracted and sold honey since 2021. Ms. Peterson also manages nearly 50 of her own honey bee hives for local honey and courtesy pollination services. Most of her hives originated from capturing swarms and rehoming bees found in structures. Although not the typical vision of what most people would expect as a bee removal specialist, Ms. Peterson has a plethora of references willing to go to bat for her to share their experiences of how she carefully and completely handled their residential or commercial honey bee removals.
Stephanie's voice and demeanor is as sweet as her honey, but don't mistake that gentle spirit for a lack of grit, ability, and intelligence. She has tenacity, energy, and a knack for bee removals that rightfully cannot be discounted. She is the first female in Georgia to earn the license and certification for structural bee removals, and is the 2nd person in the state overall.
Ready to care for the most important insects on the planet? We offer one on one mentoring to beginning beekeepers so you can learn everything you need to know in order to create and sustain your own backyard apiary. Ms. Peterson currently serves as a Community Partner in Education for Valdosta/Lowndes county and takes care of Westside Elementary's bees on holiday and summer breaks. She has spoken at the Lowndes County Young Farmer's meeting and at the GVATA State Convention to encourage other individuals, schools, and groups to get involved in beekeeping. She currently mentors a 1st grade student who has two bee hives at his family home. (Santa brought this child his first hive for a very special Christmas gift). Call if you would like to sign up for beekeeping assistance. 229-563-3050
Our raw fresh honey is seasonally available. Blossom Bees produces the most glorious golden honey! You may get on the waiting list for spring honey today! Just give us a call at 229-563-3050 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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