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    Update on the Simpson's Honey Plant. The bees...

    Update on the Simpson's Honey Plant. The bees seem to love it. It's not a particularly pretty plant, but good for addition of green to the perennial garden. I didn't think it would bloom the first...
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    Joel, there's a variety of honey locust that is...

    Joel, there's a variety of honey locust that is thornless, but believe it or not, I've read that it's not a good bee tree. Maybe this information was incorrect, but check on it before you plant any...
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    What do any of you know about Simpson's honey...

    What do any of you know about Simpson's honey plant, aka Scrophularia Marilandica, or Late Figwort? I read that it is a great bee plant, and I have started about thirty of them from seed this year...
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    I don't think the Carolina Buckthorn is invasive,...

    I don't think the Carolina Buckthorn is invasive, at least I've not heard that or seen evidence of it. It doesn't seem to spread that easily via seeding, and I don't think it spreads by the root...
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    I discovered this week that bees in this area...

    I discovered this week that bees in this area love Carolina Buckthorn (think that's what it's called). I have some that grows wild along the creek, and they have been in it heavily for about a week...
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    Hoosierhiver, how many years is it before a new...

    Hoosierhiver, how many years is it before a new buttonbush plant blooms? I have some growing wild on the place, but also started some from seed this year, and was just wondering how long I'll have...
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