Thursday, October 6, 2011


I read $64 Tomato a couple of Summers ago.  For those of you who don't know anything about the book it is all about one man and his funny garden endeavors that every gardener can relate to.  He decides to figure out how much his prized brandywine tomatoes cost him based on all of his costs of building and maintaining his garden.  To his chagrin he realizes each tomato costs him $64.

In the spirit we wanted to know how much did each pound of our honey cost.  Considering we bought a  hive, tools, bees and everything else each pound of honey cost $20.30 which is expensive but about what I expected.


  1. Don't do the math! Your endeavors are far more valuable than money.

  2. Oh we don't really care how expensive each pound is we thought it would be fun to find out. In fact I was kinda hoping our honey was way more expensive :)