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Wildflower Honey—Our wildflower honey is a golden-hued, aromatic honey harvested from the nectar of various wildflowers indigenous to the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Its flavor profile is characterized by a delicate balance of floral notes with hints of tanginess, offering a rich and complex taste experience. With its distinct taste and natural goodness, our wildflower honey is not only a delicious sweetener but also a testament to the rich biodiversity of its origin.


What is Wildflower Honey—Wildflower honey is a type of honey made by bees that collect nectar from a variety of wildflowers rather than a single floral source. As bees forage for nectar, they gather it from the blooms of various wild plants, resulting in a blend of flavors and aromas unique to the region and season. This diversity in nectar sources gives wildflower honey its characteristic taste, which can range from delicate and floral to bold and robust depending on the mix of flowers present in the area. It is often prized for its nuanced flavor profile and is widely used as a sweetener, topping, or ingredient in cooking and baking.

Wildflower Honey

  • Bates Lavender Farm is proud to carry Beetanical Apiary Honey at our farm stand and now online. Our cousin Elizabeth’s Apiary, in Creswell, Oregon, features honey that is raw and unfiltered, preserving all the flavor and nutritional benefits. Their hives are placed in honey yards all around the central and southern Willamette Valley; from near Newport to north of Albany and from Cottage Grove to east of Springfield.


    We’re very proud of our cousin Elizabeth and her husband Jason and take great pride in selling their amazing honey. We know you’ll love it too.

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