Polyfloral honeys, also known as wildflower honey varieties are produced by honey bees using the nectar from many different flower species. Such honeys do not display the pure characteristics of any of their production level nectar sources. In contrast, these honey varieties represent the qualities of many flowers acting in concert. One of the neatest things about polyfloral honey varieties is their absolute uniqueness. Each wildflower hive is producing a honey that has no equivalent. Every wildflower honey is like an individual snowflake that will only be represented once and when it’s gone, it’s gone! In addition, some honey lovers prefer wildflower honey because of the complex flavors resulting from mixing many nectar qualities.