Wildflower Honey - Derived from nectar that comes primarily from wildflowers.
Wildflower Honey - Country Creek Acres
- A unique variety of honey whose taste changes based on the seasons naturally growing wildflowers!
- It’s somewhat similar but a bit stronger than two other types of honey known for being fruity and light.
- The easiest way to describe wildflower honey is that most of the time it will be light and fruity.
Wildflower Honey is one of a kind! Wildflower honey or goldenrod honey is derived from nectar that comes primarily (or exclusively) from wildflowers. The interesting thing about this variety of honey is that every type that you try will be slightly different. The different combinations of different wildflowers, in addition to the seasonal variation between summer and autumn wildflowers, make this a very special and unique variety of honey. Perhaps the best way to describe this honey is that it’s somewhat similar but a bit stronger than two other types of honey known for being fruity and light, clover honey and orange blossom honey. One final reason why the color and flavor of wildflower honey varies so wildly is that different plants flower at different times of the year. So the nectar collected by honey bees in May is likely to come from completely different wildflowers than the nectar the bees gather in September.