Bee House

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Bee House
Bee House.png
Place outside and wait for delicious honey! (Except in Winter).
Information
Source: Crafting
Season: SpringSummerFall
Sell Price: Cannot be sold

Crafting
Recipe Source: Farming Skill Icon.png Farming (Level 3)
Ingredients: Wood.png Wood (40)Coal.png Coal (8)Iron Bar.png Iron Bar (1)Maple Syrup.png Maple Syrup (1)

The Bee House is a type of Artisan Equipment used to make Honey. To make honey, place a Bee House on the farm and wait for ≈4 days. A Bee House is the reward for completing the Bundle Orange.png Fall Crops Bundle in the Pantry.

Bee houses can be placed inside the Greenhouse, but will not produce honey there. Bee houses placed outside the farm will produce wild honey every ≈4 days (i.e., the Bus Stop, Pelican Town, The Beach, The Mountain, Railroad, Cindersap Forest, The Desert, and the Secret Woods). Bee houses must not be placed in a villager's path, or they will be destroyed.

Placing a flower within proper range of a Bee House will produce flower honey, which always sells for more than flowerless Wild Honey. Some flowers (i.e., Crocus, Sunflower, and Sweet Pea) do not influence the sell price of honey.

If a Bee House has produced flower honey, but the flower is harvested before the honey, the honey will become "Wild Honey." Similarly, if a Bee House is removed with a tool while it has flower honey ready for harvesting, the honey will go into inventory as "Wild Honey."

Flowers grown in Garden Pots will not cause Bee Houses to produce flower honey.

Products

Image Name Description Energy/Health Processing Time Availability Base Sell Price
Honey.png Honey It's a sweet syrup produced by bees. Inedible Time Icon.png 6720m(≈4d) All but Winter Wild Gold.png100g
Spring.png Spring Tulip.png Tulip Gold.png160g
Blue Jazz.png Blue Jazz Gold.png200g
Summer.png Summer Summer Spangle.png Summer Spangle Gold.png280g
Poppy.png Poppy Gold.png380g
Fall.png Fall Fairy Rose.png Fairy Rose Gold.png680g

Range

Flower zone indicator for modified Honey.

With the exception of Crocus, Sunflower, and Sweet Pea, the Bee House can produce unique types of honey when it is in range of a blooming flower (within 5 tiles horizontally and 4 tiles vertically, minus one tile at the top and bottom right). When there is more than one type of flower within range, the closest flower takes priority. At equal distance, the most expensive flower takes priority.