The first question we are always asked about Gallberry is, "Does it have berries?" The bush does, in fact, have hard purple-ish berries (that are not edible). It blooms from late April to early June. Gallberry honey is slow to crystallize and is high in pollen and enzymes!
Did you know? Each of our honey varieties is a mono-floral. Mono-floral honey means that the nectar from that honey comes from one specific flowering plant. Honey is named after the plant's common name and each variety has a unique taste, almost like a fingerprint!
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