FOH Events · Honey Harvest

Honey Stung by Seth Pangburn


What is Frog Ocean Honey? It’s a tangle of wildflowers in the sweeping meadows of salt marsh around our home. It’s the nectar of nature, and we are the curators. We are the wine of a flower.

Local and family-owned, all of our products encompass the quality of our region. All hives are cared for on our property, and our extracts are gentle and pure. Passion feeds passion—and our family has no shortage when it comes to keeping bees!

Our barn, located at 99 Frog Ocean Road in Lower Alloways Creek, is a trove of untold sweetness. You’ll find beeswax candles, pure bee pollen, flavored lip balms, handmade soaps, and more at our store!

Rich in antioxidants, honey is a natural humectant. For years, it’s been used as a key ingredient in lotions, salves, and balms. Properties in honey act as an antibacterial agent—leaving skin healthy and hydrated! So nourish yourself with the nectar of wildflower. Frog Ocean Honey is here!

Our red barn is open every Wednesday and Thursday, from 10am to 4:30pm.

We’ll also be open for Small Business Saturday on November 26th. Drop by, and say hi for a sticky-sweet time!

Can’t make our store hours? We’d ‘bee’ happy to set an appointment! Give us a buzz, and get stung by Frog Ocean Honey: 856.266.8567.




A Day At the Farm

Looking for a fun day out with the family? Come experience “A Day at the Farm” on June 4th from 11am-3pm at the Church Landing Farm Museum in Pennsville! There will be plenty to see and do. Frog Ocean Honey will have an observation hive for you to see the bees at work and maybe even catch sight of the Queen! We will also be selling honey and other hive-related products, and would love to talk bees with you. We hope to see you there.





Currently Sold Out

We would like to sincerely thank everyone for another great season!  Thank you to our new and returning customers, and to everyone who voted us “Best of Salem County – locally harvested honey”.

Although the temperatures have been warm, our bees are ready for winter.   Personally, we are ready for winter too!  We are probably in the minority….but it’s December.  We would rather see snow than rain this time of the year!  Old Man Winter is right around the corner, and  before we know it, we will be wishing for warmer temperatures, spring flowers, and bees buzzing around the farm!  Until then, we wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy New Year!


Best of Salem County 2015

We hope every one is enjoying the end of the summer! Please take the time to vote for local businesses in this years “Best of Salem County”. Voting has already started and will be open until September 18th. Click the
“Vote Here!” link below to vote for your favorite businesses that you think are the best! Don’t forget to vote Frog Ocean Honey as best locally harvested honey!

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Bees and New Jersey’s Best Rookie Garden at Salem County Vocational Technical Schools

Science teacher Travis Davis, School Garden Coordinator Carly Chaapel, and a few 10392348_10152778429241739_5392575467838112306_nSCVTS students recently completed the beginner beekeeper’s course offered at the Rutgers Eco Complex in Bordentown, NJ.  After completing the course, they set up their own beehive on campus –  the first high school in Salem County to own and maintain a beehive!

The schoolyard garden program at SCVTS recently won the 2015 Best Rookie Garden in the State of New Jersey!  In addition to the beehive, their garden program includes two gardens, a chicken coop, and the foundation for a new greenhouse.  They were judged, along with other school gardens throughout the state, by the New Jersey Department of Agriculture, Rutgers Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners, the NJ Agricultural Society, the NJ Farm to School Network, and Edible Jersey magazine.

11393068_10152778429251739_8424091964542017186_nWe would like to congratulate SCVTS on having New Jersey’s Best Rookie Garden and thank you for bringing bees to your school not just for the garden, but also to educate students about the precious honey bee!

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Honey Harvest

Spring Honey Now Available!

We are excited to announce that we have our first harvest of the se2015 honeyason and once again have honey available for purchase! Our honey is extracted in small batches so we will be labeling each bottle with a “bottled on” date, along with a batch number. We have available: 1lb glass jars ($8.00), 1lb plastic squeeze bottles ($8.00), and 2 oz bears/hex glass jars ($2.00). If you would like to purchase honey or any of our other natural beeswax products, please email us at to set a time for pick-up at the honey shop. Our honey shop, located in the barn at 99 Frog Ocean Road, is set to open soon this summer. We will be sharing more details about the shop as the grand opening approaches.

Thank you for supporting your local beekeeper! 

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