We produce honey in North West Florida moving several times a year following the flows with the focus on Florida White Tupelo production in Wewahitchka in April and May. Tupelo production has been tough for several years due mainly to weather with some seasons producing very little and then having to wait for next years flow. We also produce several wildflower honeys throughout the year and market a few of those. We produce a light wildflower honey in Spring and darker wildflower honey in Fall with a very distinct flavor difference. We have bee yards all around North Florida and market our wildflower by location, i.e. our Choctohatchee River yards honey is marketed in Freeport, FL. only about 10-12 miles from production.