Everything You Need to Know About Tupelo Honey

Tupelo honey is a rare honey grown only in Southern Georgia and North Western Florida. Despite its name Tupelo honey, the honey is only produced from one specific tupelo tree called Nyssa Ogeechee. The trees are mostly found on the edges of bodies of water in low-lying areas because of their needs for an abundance of water. The trees are divided into male and female trees, males having the greatest amount of nectar and attracting bees in floods during the flowering period.

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