Floral origins of our honeys

The Pyrenees, on the Mediterranean side, has a floral diversity particularly favorable to the practice of pastoral beekeeping. There are early flowering in coastal plains and later flowering in altitude.
It is not rare to find rosemary flowers in January and arbutus in bloom in late November.
By moving the hives in a radius of 100 km, we are able to produce in this region almost all honeys that can be produced throughout the French territory.
Here are some flowers and plants of our region on which our bees delight themselves.









Flowers of Garrigue

White Heater

White Heater
Flowering time: March/ April

Rosemary

Rosemary
Flowering time: mid February/ April

Thyme

Thym
Flowering time: March/ April

wild Lavander

Wild Lavender
Flowering time:April / May

Lavande

Lavander
Flowering time: May / June

Tamaris

Tamarisk
Flowering time: May / June


Flowers of the Piemont Pyrénéen

Acacia

The Acacia
Flowering: May

Buckthorn

Buckthorn
Flowering: June

Arbousier

Strawberry Tree
Flowering : until end of November

Sunflower

Sunflower
flowering: July

Chestnut

Chestnut
Flowering: June

Linden-tree

Linden
Flowering: May / june


Flowers of altitude

Heather

Heather
Flowering: August

Dandelion

Dandelion
Flowering: March

Raspberry

Raspberry
Flowering: June

Mountain flowers

Mountain flowers
Flowering: June / July

Rhododendron

Rhododendron
Flowering: June

Foret Pyrénéenne

A history of ants and aphids
Flowering: June/ July / August

Sapin pectiné

The story of aphid
Flowering June / July / August

Chestnut

Chestnut
Flowering: June

Linden-tree

Linden
Flowering: May / June


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