HONEY INSIGHTS

Why is Tupelo Honey so Difficult to get.

This plant, which has about 10 separate species, has dark green, waxy, shiny leaves which glow red in the fall. It has white flowers and likes its roots to be in wet ground. Tupelo wood is great for carving because the sap wood is soft and able to hold finely-detailed carving. The best carving wood comes from the underwater base of the tree. In the U.S. this tree is cultivated specially for honey along the Gulf Coast. One particular area, the swamps along the Apalachicola River valley in Florida, produces the purest, most expensive Tupelo honey.

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