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    Default The Bee Tree

    In North Carolina Piedmont, does anyone have any experience w/ the Bee Tree? How old does the tree have to be before it starts to bloom? Is it winter hardy for our climate? Thanks for the poop. Jimbo

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    Default 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 experience. I sell the trees and seeds in the for sale section on the site and have some pictures posted of them as well.
    Quote Originally Posted by kilnrat View Post
    In North Carolina Piedmont, does anyone have any experience w/ the Bee Tree? How old does the tree have to be before it starts to bloom? Is it winter hardy for our climate? Thanks for the poop. Jimbo
    John Yost Email: John677x@yahoo.com. (484 300 6695) Pottstown, Pa.

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    Default Re: The Bee Tree

    I'm north of Charlotte and planted 7 beebee trees (Evodia) a year and a half ago. They're doing great! They were maybe 6" when I planted them and are around 5' now. They are supposed to bloom in July. I don't know if they will produce enough nectar to extend the flow for us, but, anything producing even a little during our surmmer dearth will be a help.

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