"Larry Haigh's green half-acre sits just off Chuck Dawley Boulevard in Mt. Pleasant's Moss Park neighborhood, where the lot sizes are generous and many of the residents have tried their hand at gardening. Stepping off the screen porch into his backyard, Haigh spots a bluebird resting in the boughs of a pear tree and then takes note of his grapevines, still brown and clutching an arbor frame in the final days of winter. In the middle of the garden sit two humming boxes where industrious honeybees toil away producing the year's first outpouring of liquid gold."
Backyard honeybees make liquid gold
by Paul Bowers