Why is this called wildflower honey? It's collected from fields of wildflowers with a flavor profile that's taken from the wild plants pollination during the honey's creation. We're talking wild raspberry, rose, sumac, bamboo, golden rod, and more. Combine the nectars and you get a rich, dark honey chock full of vitamins and minerals. Finish breakfast dishes or naturally sweeten beverages with a little bit of this honey harvested from the Finger Lakes region in New York.