Wildflower Honey

Pure & Natural Wildflower Honey. Our wildflower honey is normally what the bees produce in autumn. Its sources are goldenrod, aster, a little clover, and often pumpkin and or watermelon.

Wildflower honey is darker in color than our clover honey and richer in flavor. We take our honey straight from the hive and pour it through cheesecloth to strain out any bee or wax particles before bottling. We never flash heat, pressure filter, pasteurize, cook, or add anything to our honey. You get only the purest honey with all of the natural nutrients intact.

If honey crystallizes, place container in warm water to reliquify. Honey will never spoil, it will last forever.

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