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All natural honey and Beeswax products

All our products Include honey and beeswax from our bees and botanicals from our Family farm

Our varietal honeys are separated by floral source-confirmed through pollen analysis

OUr Body care products contain No Parabens, Phthalates, Sodium lauryl sulfate,or artificial fragrances

our Beeswax and Soy wax candles are Paraffin-free, dye-free, and are made with cotton wicks and phthalate-free, essential oil-infused scents

Made in iowa


our mission

To provide the highest quality artisan honey and beeswax products to our customers and contribute to honey bee health Research and improvement


Carol checking on hives on our farm. Photo credit: Dave Weaver

Carol checking on hives on our farm. Photo credit: Dave Weaver

OUR STORY

Bountiful Blossoms Bee Company, LLC is owned by Brian Orth and Carol Fassbinder-Orth. They started Bountiful Blossoms Bee Company as a side business in 2015, selling honey and beeswax products from just 4 honey bee hives. They now have 50 colonies of bees, and Brian manages the business and the farm fulltime.  Carol is also a Biology Professor at Creighton University. She researches honey bee viruses and colony collapse disorder, and puts 10% of the proceeds from the sales of their products toward her honey bee research. Carol and Brian’s mission is to produce and sell the highest quality honey and beeswax products to consumers. To do this, they take extra steps to provide a high quality product, including harvesting honey at different timepoints during the year so customers can appreciate different varietal honeys, doing pollen analyses on the honey and providing that information to consumers, placing beehives in locations as isolated as possible from industrialized agriculture, painting hives with nontoxic paints, and producing skin care products that use only plant-based scents and colorants, and don’t require preservatives. Honey bee and pollinator awareness and education are important parts of their mission at Bountiful Blossoms Bee Co, and selling their products directly to consumers in the Omaha area has allowed them to expand awareness of pollinator health decline while providing customers with high quality bee products.

Brian checking for a queen while making nucs, Spring 2019

Brian checking for a queen while making nucs, Spring 2019