A honey plant may be defined as a common plant which secretes nectar accessible to honeybees in quantities sufficiently large enough to be of importance to beekeepers.
They belong to widely separated families; including herbs, shrubs and trees, native and exotic species, and wild and cultivated plants.
Raw honey varies greatly in color, density, flavor, and viscosity based on determining factors in the flower nectar.
Below are images and descriptions of plants that have helped make
Bee Chama Honey.