I didn’t see any honey bees on this flowering plant when I took the photos, but I did see wasps (or yellow jackets), and what’s good for wasps is usually good for honey bees.
I asked around and was informed that it’s Sea Holly, or Eryngium maritimum.
I don’t see much Sea Holly around St. John’s, but I think it’s fair to say it’s a honey bee friendly flower.
P.S.: These photos were uploaded on August 22nd but dated for August 15th to accurately reflect the date the flowers were in bloom.