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  1. Re: Bee Bee tree seedlings and seeds for sale.

    They can be a little tricky to start and some folks do have trouble with them. When I first tried them, I nearly gave up and threw them out after almost 2 months and no results. I am glad I didn't...
  2. Re: Bee Bee tree seedlings and seeds for sale.

    I remember you had asked and thought I replied, sorry I didn't. The tree in 5th photo is right around 15 yrs. old. They typically start to flower in 4-5 yrs. and reach a mature age of abundant...
  3. Re: Bee Bee tree seedlings and seeds for sale.

    The stratified seeds are $10 a pack (about 100 seeds) with shipping included.
  4. Re: Bee Bee tree seedlings and seeds for sale.

    I have new starter packs available! The pack includes four 1-2" seedlings in small peat containers and one pack (about 100) of stratified (cold treated) seeds. The total with Priority USPS shipping...
  5. Bee Bee tree seedlings and seeds for sale.

    I've got Bee Bee tree seedlings and seeds for sale. These trees provide an excellent source of nectar yielding bloom from July well into August. This late bloom is what makes these trees so valuable...
  6. Thread: The Bee Tree

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    Re: The Bee Tree

    I think you are asking about the Bee Bee tree? If so, all of North Carolina is in the trees hardy zone (most sources include zones 4-8 and some 9 as well) They typically flower in 4-5 yrs in my...
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    Re: Bee Bee Tree pictures.

    They bloom in 3-5 yrs in my experience. It depends on climate/environment perhaps.
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    Re: Bee Bee Tree pictures.

    I am going to upload some newer pics soon. I saw about fifteen Swallowtail butterflies on them all at once yesterday but didn't have a chance to take some pics of them.
  9. Thread: John67x

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    Re: John67x

    Thank you...:)
  10. Thread: John67x

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    Re: John67x

    Thanks so much guys for the positive words.
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    Re: Bee Bee Tree pictures.

    Here is a link to some good pictures of trees: http://s1140.photobucket.com/albums/n578/john677x/
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    Re: Bee Bee Tree pictures.

    Well there are a few things you could try. When they are small they are susceptible to the cold, so some winter protection can get them through it. Mulch will help and maybe burlap staked around...
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    Re: Edit/delete a post

    Ok, I understand what you are saying. I just wanted to modify/update some info on my post in "for sale" section of forum. I didn't want to post a new topic or thread and clutter things up or confuse...
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    Re: Edit/delete a post

    Barry, I see the buttons on the post here where I asked how to edit but not on any of my other posts. The edit button is not there on those.
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    Edit/delete a post

    I would like to edit a post I put up but don't see how it's done. Could someone tell me how this is done?
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    Re: Bees foraging heavily on my lacebark elm

    I would also be interested if you have seed available.
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    Re: Bee Bee Tree pictures.

    The trees are hardy in zones 4-8. The University of Maine planted the tree in a USDA zone 4a (temps reached as low as -30F) and found it did well. No extra winter protection was given the trees aside...
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    Re: Bee Bee Tree pictures.

    These trees will mature and flower between 4-6 years of age. Thats been my experience with them. Not bad considering its a tree, but it's worth the wait. I've see as many as 20 bees on a single...
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    Bee Bee Tree pictures.

    Here are some Bee Bee tree photos. They are a beautiful ornamental tree besides their value as a great source of late summer nectar for bees. The white flower cluster is softball sized and when in...
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