45103-- White clover, catnip, sage, salvia, agastache, conflower, squash, cukes, hostas...
I'm a newbee so not good at this. So I went through my garden to see what the honey bees like, and then did a hike in the woods to see what I could see. The main thing blooming that they are all over is white clover, Melilotus albus. I didn't even know that was clover until I looked it up.
In my gardens, the bees (and everything else) are all over the blooming catnip, Russian sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia), Hysop/Black Adder (Agastache), and the purple coneflowers. May Night Salvia (Salvia superba) is a bit spent, but bees still seem somewhat interested.
Probably doesn't count, but squash and cukes in my small veggie garden are blooming as well.
Hostas bloomed some weeks ago and the bees were on them. They are still blooming, but many blooms are now spent and I didn't see bees on the newer ones.
Tons of Queen Anne's Lace /wild carrot blooming right in front of the hive and not a single bee on it. They couldn't bee less interested in hydrangeas that are right behind the hive, either, or daisies, roses, or lots of other stuff. But I guess that's only news to me.