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Surprise! Pear Honey is a sweet treat that grandma made famous, not the bees! That’s right; this honey does not come from the hive but straight from grandma’s kitchen.
Orange Blossom Honey is the most unique of all highly popular and prized honeys. You will find it pleasant and a complement to the flavor and zest of many foods.
Has all the active manuka honey talk gotten you confused yet? There is no mistake… this honey has some great health benefits. Are you confident that you know what you just purchased?
Manuka honey is not all created equal! This mysterious treasure may ensure no more health benefit than any other honey although it also may pack quite an additional punch. How do you know?
Heather Honey is so unique that no other honey shares this same amazing quality. Do you know what this amazing natural quality is?
That's right! In my area of Northeast Kansas... there are tons of nectar sources for my honey bees. With plenty of spring rains this year the clover and alfalfa are proving to be strong sources for monofloral honey. Sumac, wild plumb, and crown vetch are also in full bloom and will add to the multifloral wildflower honey pot. This year is a beautiful spring time assortment of flowers...a honey bee heaven!
Goldenrod Honey varies widely in its boldness! Many things can influence its qualities but you can be sure that these qualities will draw out your passionate love it or hate it responses.
Gallberry Honey is a monofloral honey treasure native to eastern and southern North America. This sweet treat is not widely known but is popular with those who experience its natural goodness!
Fireweed honey is like the sweet hint of a rainbow after the “fire” storm! Did you know that this pioneering plant can be a good source of high quality nectar for the honey bees?
Continue reading "Sweet Fireweed Honey in the Wake of Disaster"
Eucalyptus honey is not a variety of great popularity and you may agree, but maybe you should think again. Do you want to know more about its health benefits or how it can best be used?
Last week it was literally freezing one night and today...it is 93 degrees F! This has been a crazy, confusing spring season for my honey bees...but I don't think there is a more persistent and intently focused creature on the face of the earth. They'll succeed... and do it without complaining too!