It's August now. There are slim pickings for nectar seeking bees. In fact, this has been the story all summer long in our region here in on the coast.
Bee keepers are worried the bees will not have enough to eat this winter because there has been so little nectar for them to make honey. It's been an exceptionally dry summer.
|honey in last year's honey comb|
Here's an interesting read about the chemistry of honey and why it doesn't spoil.