Three Bees On A Sunflower

Have any of you ever eaten any sunflower honey? I wonder if there is such a thing and how it tastes? As I spent my hours in the sunflower fields that the bees so kindly shared with me, I began to think about honey and what to put it on and, well, I got hungry!

What do you put honey in and/or on? For me it’s tea, toast, biscuits (the American kind) and rolls.

More from the S’miles of Sunflowers field next week which will include some more vintage farm equipment and maybe even a farmer you might be acquainted with – or not. Here’s to having a bee-utiful weekend wherever you are! Stay safe.

Teri 🐝 🌻

sunflowers, honeybees, nature photography, Ohio nature, sunflower field, s'miles of sunflowers

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13 Responses to Three Bees On A Sunflower

  1. I’m loving your sunflowers! Southern buttermilk biscuits with butter and honey 🍯 now I’m hungry, too!

  2. Timothy Price says:

    They bee beautiful.

  3. Ingrid says:

    Sunflowers are always so cheery!

  4. Klausbernd says:

    We love our sunflowers. Siri 🙂 and 🙂 Selma care for them. Our sunflowers are just starting to be in full flower now.
    Thanks for sharing
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • Siri and Selma would be in heaven in this field then. The sunflowers range in height from around 2 feet tall all the way up to the giant 10foot ones. I hope they come by next week when I post more of them. 🙂

  5. Nancy says:

    Happy they are and me too! Sunflower heaven you are my friend! Honey is so good for you…
    Happy Weekend!

  6. Deb says:

    Lovely photo! That white is another color of sunflower I have never seen 🌻
    We get the forest wild bee honey here. I put the honey straight in the mouth, and on a toast the other times.

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