Hey there, I live planting for honeybees, and I'm thinking about what the ultimate late season nectar source for a native tree would be. Here in the NJ shore, black locust, black cherry, and tulip trees are common, but theres not a great nectar source after that. I'm wondering if I want to try sourwood, basswod (linden) or tupelo to get that late summer nectar source.i realize it's a drop in the bucket but I love watching them gather nectar. Does anyone have experience growing these trees or have alternative options? On a side note, ive never seen so many bees on a plant as I have on winged sumac. Short bloom period but just absolutely slammed by honeybees in my area