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  1. #21
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    Dec 2009
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    Crystal Water, Queensland, Australia
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    Default Re: Basswood blooming in Vermont!!!

    "My Great Great Grandfather must have liked Basswood honey when he picked the name:

    Linden Apiary, Est. 1852"

    I blame my great-great grandfather for my name " Lindeggger"!

  2. #22
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    Default Re: Basswood blooming in Vermont!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by jamneff View Post
    Do these trees have long thorns on the trunk and branches?
    Definitely NO!
    It is an excellent wood for carving and turning and the flowers also make an excellent. mild tea.
    Where I was born " central Switzerland I could see a number of Basswoods as large as c10250's from my window - sadly they don't grow here in the subtropics!

  3. #23
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    Rowley, MA
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    Default Re: Basswood blooming in Vermont!!!

    Luka they are around here especially along the streets. I would be willing to bet if you took a ride in Brookline you would see some...

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