Cranberries grow in Washington state? Yes, they do! Out in the southern coast there are so many cranberry farms, growing in bogs along the shoreline from Ocean shores to Grayland, and all of those blossoms need pollinating. It’s a short nectar flow, and then the bees go to rest the remainder of the season in Ellensburg, collecting central Washington thistle blossom. The result is a tangy and rich flavor, a bit of a bite to the sweet honey flavor. This is a very limited release, once every few years we have enough to share. Get it while you can!!