This the beginning of year two. I have three hives as of 1-1-09 all three had activity in fact i got my first sting of the year but back to my question Is their a book that could tell me what kind of honey the girls are coming back with ? Or a book Pennsylvania honey flowers(of course I need a book with pix)
If your asking for a book, of what grows in your two mile radius that your particular bees are working, I don't think your going to find it. Books are from a general standpoint. Books listed on another thread that asked this question listed them. Beyond a good book like the one Pellett put out, your own observations, and the general consensus, I'm not sure how much more detailed you need to be.
There is a native plant club for Pa... http://www.pawildflower.org/03_aboutpnps/aboutpnps.htm
But worrying about every plant is crazy. You have either one of two things happening for your honey to be called or classified one thing or another. It's either clover time, dandelion time, goldenrod time or aster time. Then a bunch of mixes in between.
Then there are those beekeeper that happen to close to buckwheat, alfalfa, or some other mass farm plantings. But you need to do some looking yourself.
No book beyond giving you a general list is going to tell you what planted down your street, or what your bees happen to be working.
There are many books on flowers and native plants with many pictures. Unfortunately, not any that I have seen details what bees work, and what may be down your street.