Shida Kartli is a region in eastern Georgia. It is located in the central part of the lowlands between the Greater and Lesser Caucasus mountains. The region is formed by extensive plain and mountain edges. The altitude ranges from 470 to 3877 meters. The region’s ecosystem is enriched by the Liakhvi and Trialeti national parks, and includes flora, such as: Largest Masterwort Astrantia maxima; Welted Thistle Carduus acanthoides; Moldavian Dragonhead Dracocephalum moldavica; Gooseberry Grossularia reclinata; Yellow Alfalfa Medicago falcata; Creeping Savory Satureja laxiflora; White Mustard Sinapis alba; Armenian Plum Armeniaca vulgaris. Shida Kartli has a variable climate; in some parts moderate humid and in some dry subtropical. Average annual temperature is 9-11 Celsius and average annual precipitation is 824 mm. The honey flowers widely found here are Salt Cedar Tamarix ramosissima; White Willow Salix pentandroides; Jerusalem Thorn Paliurus Spina-Christi; Georgian Barberry Berberis Iberica. In its valleys the sun shines 213 days. Low humidity and flora favor excellent quality of pollen production.