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Novice beekeepers are frequently befuddled regarding what honey plants and blossoms are best to give honey bee forage to bees. Honey bees usually do not work on all flowers. It is important to realize that what plants are appropriate for the honey bee pasturage.

So for what reason honey bees don't work on certain blossoms? Proper planning is very much required while planting fruitful trees for the little pollinators. As honey bees cannot see the color red, it is of no use to plant red geraniums and attract the honey bees. Likewise, bees are more attracted to blue, white, yellow, and purple colored flowers & planting such plants might be useful. In addition to this, the type of flower from which the honey bee is collecting nectar has a great effect on the honey's taste & color. 

As honey bees play a key role in the human food chain, it must pay great attention to these buzzing creatures. Thus, the selection of great trees, herbs & shrubs is equally necessary to help bees collect nectar. 

Honey bees basically thrive with three things –

·         Food

·         Shelter

·         Water

Utilizing this below guide can help find which plants and trees will help draw these significant pollinators to the farm. As various honey bees are dynamically consistent, it is a must to have blossoming plants from spring to winter. Below are some proven plants that produce the best honey for beekeeping in every honey season – 

  • White Clover – White clover has been considered as a leading honey plant. The yield from this plant depends upon the climatic conditions to a greater extent, as it develops seed in one season & starts sprouting on the other season. Cool & moist summers are quite favorable for their growth & warm weather is required during the blooming period. 
  • Linden – American linden or basswood is one of the highly ranked honey plants. The flower being pendant & hard dashing, the plant does not affect even due to the rainfall. It yields the maximum amount of nectar during warmer nights. This tree blooms at an early age providing admirable shades & when it grows older becomes an important pasturage factor in the honey bee life.
  • Buckwheat – This plant is known for the production of dark-colored honey having a characteristic flavor. Being cultivated in some places for its grain and in other places as a cover crop, the buckwheat plant's product gives a unique flavor. This plant yields tremendous amounts of nectar & the beekeepers reap the honey's incidental harvest in places where it is grown. 
  • Sunflowers – Honey bees are pulled into splendid yellows and oranges, so sunflowers are an extraordinary plant to begin, and they help the bumblebees and look incredible in the nursery too. Planting these sprouting blossoms in the mid-year is a great way to draw a huge number of bumblebees. The nectar collected from sunflowers usually delivers a light & yellow-white colored honey. 
  • Lavender – Lavender is an exemplary honey bee plant. Honey bees are especially pulled in to the purple shade, which implies that lavender is an incredible plant for nectar creation. Honey bees collect nectar and pollen from lavender plants, mainly in June and July.
  • Goldenrod – Bumblebees are especially attracted to this plant for the brilliant yellow plants. From July to September, goldenrod plant blossoms make it extraordinary for honey bees that are beginning to prepare for winter. Goldenrod nectar is usually dark in color. It's likewise loaded with minerals and protein. 

Plants That Should Not Be Kept for Beekeeping:

Certain plants are not good for honey making as they can result in serious illnesses of honey bees. Such plants are commonly termed poisonous plants namely rhododendrons, azaleas, monkshood, leather-leaf, the marsh tea plant, etc.

Significance of Honey Plants: 

Inside and out, there is a fairly close association between the honey bee and the blossom. Each is needy upon the other to an exceptionally incredible degree — such reliance is amazingly regular in a considerable lot of Nature Works. The beekeeper ought to comprehend this dependence as nobody can effectively manage honey bees unless there is a great understanding of the flowers that supply the basis of honey bees' work. Geohoney is well aware of the importance of honey bee in the environment and work on planting more and more number of flowering plants to preserve these lovely tiny creatures.

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Suhana

I like the flavor of buckwheat honey.

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