Aloe plants originating in Africa are growing aloe honey with red-orange and yellow flowers and reddish-pink pollen. Aloe bigheadii var. dayana (Bont Aalwyn aloe) that flowers abundantly in the
June-August winter months is the most common species of the South African species. In northern and especially northeastern South Africa this plant is abounding. Honey of best quality is grown in very dry conditions and aloe honey is one of the few local foods grown in the winter. This aloe produces a sweet, very pale smooth honey, which is easy to crystallize. The crystalized sweetheart is used for creamed sweetheart. Care must be taken to avoid fermentation because of the high concentration of water and yeast. Honey quality is high, but the production volume is small to an average of 6 – 10 kg per hive. That is because it is difficult for honeybees (Apis mellifera
scutellata) to enter the long , slender calyx tubes of the aloe flowers. Since at least the 1930s, Aloe honey is collected in South Africa. On average, production in the 1980s today is 40-50 tons annually, down from 120-150 tons annually.For buying Aloe Davyana Honey there are many Aloe Davyana Honey Wholesale Suppliers are available.You can also directly buy Aloe Davyana Honey from Aloe Davyana Honey suppliers .
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