I sold my bees over 20 years ago, (but may get a couple hives again for my own pollen and honey at some point…maybe I’ll have time when in retirement for them).
I would suggest “Gleanings in Bee Culture” and “American Bee Journal”, I submitted reports for state of Kentucky to them both in the early 1990’s. And there is a “Honey Plants Manual” you can buy…online if you don’t have other connections.
Good sources of info if you’re wanting to get up to speed on honeybees.
I’ve had the pleasure of sampling many flavors of honey…many of them from my own in times past. As well as little jars of imported stuff from over the years.
Sourwood is my favorite. The honeysuckle shrub so many people want rid of produces honey of the lightest shade of yellow (“water white” it is called). Blackberries, tulip popular trees, white Dutch clover, sweet clover, are great. A few ‘unusual’ harvests have come from Carolina Buckthorn, Black Locust, and hairy vetch. Getting to even have a wee taste with a toothpick of “creeping Charlie” honey, poison ivy honey, or maple tree blossom honey can be “fun” if you’re as devoted as I once was.