Omni Amelia Island Resort
39 Beach Lagoon Road
Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034

The Sprouting Project Apiary

Organic honey straight from the source

Busy as a...

Located directly behind The Sprouting Project's greenhouse and nestled quietly among the native Florida palmettos, you'll find our busiest workers. Twenty plus colonies of bees toil around the clock to produce over a thousand pounds of local, organic honey each year for the resort. That honey is harvested by our culinary staff who have grown acutely familiar with the bee's primary line of defense...its sting. Food and Beverage Director Daven Wardynski fondly remembers incorporating additional hives into the growing colony. 

"We recently decided to double the current bee population. 37 bee stings later, what was once one hive is now twenty-seven."

The current population of The Sprouting Project's colony is an astounding 2.5 million, give or take a few bees. The liquid gold that they produce is incorporated into nearly all of our restaurant's menus, with plans to bottle individual jars of local Amelia Island honey for resale to the public. 

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Enjoy our most popular package, which includes complimentary access to our breakfast buffet each morning of your stay.

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Named one of the "Top 121 Golf Resorts in the World" by Conde Nast Traveler.

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