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I keep hearing the nectar flow is over here in North Florida (Lamont/Tallahassee area)...so I am going into my hives this weekend to see what kind of honey stores they have to get them through the late summer dearth...but I notice in my garden the honey bees (and lots of other bees and butterflies) are all over my anise-hyssop bushes. They are all beautifully decked out in their long purple flower heads and this is the first time I have actually sees the bees foraging in my garden. I had planted a couple of acres of wildflowers year before last and never saw one honey bee on them...but they really are taking to the anise - hyssop. I think I will plant boo koos of them next year. Has anyone had any experience with bees foraging this flower and if it makes good honey?

Beecuz...


"For breath is sweeter taken even as the last...in places dear
with gardens, fields and dogwood trees....
in forest stands of bamboo shoots, of ginger root and honey bees..."
 
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