HONEY

All natural non pasteurized clover/wild flower honey and beeswax candles from bees raised in a nature preserve, right in London, Ontario, Canada. Meadowlily Farm uses no pesticides and no chemical treatments on our bees.

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BEESWAX

Raw all natural beeswax. Beeswax candles clean the air instead of releasing toxins which the paraffin wax candles do. Did you know that there are 101 uses for beeswax.
See the list here!

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HOMESTEADING

Meadowlily Farm is a small hobby farm in Canada. We are working towards self sustaining status. Everything here is completely natural. We respect nature and all its wonders and powers and learn from Mother Nature daily.

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Meadowlily Farm

How doth the little busy bee, Improve each shining hour, And gather honey all the day from every shining flower! How skilfully she builds her cell! How neat she spreads the wax! And labours hard to store it well with the sweet food she makes. Poem by Isaac Watts

Meadowlily Farm is a small hobby farm in Canada. An organic space hidden inside a city. We are working towards self sustaining status. Everything here is completely natural and organic.

We respect nature and its magic, and try to co-exist with nature, plants and animals alike. This is a totally organic natural area, we use no fertilizers, plant foods, pesticides or any man made additives to our plants. Its amazing what nature can do, when you let it be...

Meadowlily Nature Preserve

Meadowlily Farm is located in the middle of the Meadowlily Woods Nature preserve. It is located within the City of London, on the south side of the Thames River between Highbury Avenue and Meadowlily Road, Meadowlily Nature Preserve was donated to Thames Talbot Land Trust (TTLT) by Carol and Rick Richardson. Read More

Friends of Meadowlily Woods

The Friends of Meadowlily Woods is a not-for-profit community association dedicated to protecting and preserving the integrity of Meadowlily Woods, Environmentally Significant Area. A portion from every Meadowlily Farm purchase is donated to Friends of Meadowlily Woods. Read More