The Chinese Tallow is invasive, but the honey made from it is a lot. A commercial beek in our club said he could make a seasons honey off a good stand of it. This year in our area the weather messed up a lot of our flows. One fellow in our club had either 10 or 11 hives moved them to a grove of Tallow trees, just for the flow, he got 165 gals of honey there. I have planted some this year. Back when I farmed I bush-hogged privet hedge, Sumac and a lot of the things I don't now.
Our Golden Rod is just starting to bloom, there is at least 100 acres with in a mile to a mile and a half. Good luck with your bees this winter.