Honey is graded by color and the most desirable and expensive is "water white," Dunn said. He has a beekeeper friend in Mississippi who has a basswood forest and produces the clear honey. Dunn found a basswood tree in Searcy and got sprouts to plant in his yard.
Dunn said most of his honey is dark amber and he collects honey from June through October. Some yards will produce as much as five gallons of honey per week if they are located near a good soybean field.
If your searching the net for honey plants, I'd say this part fits your
request. I read it and learned Basswood trees produce water white