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    Question non fruiting cherries?

    I'm wanting to plant a heavy blooming tree in our yard, but i want it to be attractive to the bees. http://www.fast-growing-trees.com/Yoshino.htm does anyone know if the bees like this cherry?
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    yeah, but what kind of cherry is that? the fruiting cherries and the flowering cherries are diferent things, kinda like real pears and Bradford pears.
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    Default Honey Bee in Yoshino Blossom

    This lady says they work the heck out of her Yoshino Blossoms.

    http://www.greensborobirds.com/2008/...shino-blossom/

    Also a pic to boot.

    Further research into your cherry adventures is gonna cost ya.

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    Default very cool !

    i did a search using "yoshino" and "bee" but didnt get much. that picture convinces me
    -M@

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