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    Does anyone know a source where I can get some Korean evodia trees? I heard the new name for the evodia is the tetradium daniellii.
    Thanks in advance.
    D.

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    BeeBee Tree
    F. W. Schumacher lists Evodia danielli, $6.15 oz. When I grew it 20 yrs. ago it was something else, then Evodia hupensis. Nice tree with good smelling foliage and the bees like it. Is blooming right now here near San Francisco. Mine bear seeds but they are probably sterile due to the fact there are only three around town that I planted.

    Treeshrubseeds.com
    F. W. Schumacher Co., Inc
    P. O. Box 1023
    Sandwich, Mass 0253-1023
    tele 508 888-0659
    fax 508 833-0322

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    Jason G in Tennessee Guest

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    Denise, here is a URL that you may or may not have already read about the tree's use as bee forage in the dearth period.
    http://www.ent.msu.edu/abj/Article%20pages/sep96.html

    Jason

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    Jason,
    Thanks for the link. I bookmarked it for winter reading.

    Odfrank,
    Thanks for the info. I'll check them out. Someone at the HAS conference was telling me about this tree (he's in the plant business) When he saw the tree blooming for the first time he said the bees were swarming all over it going for the flowers. I believe there is a male and female tree and you don't know what you have till it blooms in about 3 years.
    Denise

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