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    Wildflower Honey

    Wildflower Honey

    Wildflower honey, or polyfloral honey, gets its name because the bees producing it extract nectar from many different (or sometimes unknown) plant sources, typically within a few miles of their hive. 

    Unlike single nectar source honeys (aka monofloral or varietal honey), the taste of wildflower honey is likely to vastly differ from region to region, and potentially change throughout the year, as bees shift nectar sources. Unique to the exact region where the bees are found, wildflower honey can be an exciting and complex blend not found elsewhere.