I like the last one, but would lose the word "pure". "Local, Raw, All Natural" covers it well enough, more than that it seems wordy. I wouldn't bother with "primary source" If you know how the different varietals taste and it fits, label it as such. Not Locust Blossom, just Locust. If it's unidentifiable or a hodgepodge call it wildflower. I'd find another image to place between those bees: flower, comb, skep and beekeeper, a smiling Greg (ok maybe not a good idea), whatever. Or put the varietal name there but in a yellow circle. Just something with color. Those bees are pointing the buyers attention right between them, take advantage of that focal point with something more vibrant than a dull "primary source locust blossom". Remember, red and yellow are probably the best colors for food labels.