As far as the honeys produced in the area you are in I have no clue. Here in south Gerogia I can tell you what is made. We make a blackberry honey off the commerical fields we pollinate, were other local guys produce a gallberry honey, palmetto and others. And yes you will make a diffrent honey in the diffrent seasons of the year as you say. This is relational to the bloom at the time of year as diffrent things bloom at different times. We can't produce a pure honey of any type as bees visit many diffrent sources however we can produce a honey that is mostly citrus, clover, gallberry, whatever. That is why you have to be carefull with the wording on labels. You can put on something like "Pure Honey, Gallberry" and not "Pure Gallberry Honey". You can research honey labeling for better infomation than mine and I would before I had printed labels for mine if I were you. I've been around the bee business for awhile and I can tell you each honey has a diffrent taste that in time you'll also be able to tell by taste alone the source. I do agree with Keith if you are producing honey it should probably be called Wildflower. Unless you are in the middle of a floral source that has a definate bloom period such as the clover, citrus, or what ever. We commercial guys as mentioned do move bees around the country for the different honey flows. These hives are usally eighter single or double hives with no supers on them. After placement of your pallets we return placing empty supers for the honey storage somewhat insureing I have that type honey and not a blend.