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Discussion in 'General Beekeeping' started by melrose, Apr 5, 2012.
What IS a Bee Tree???
A hollow tree with a hive in it.
Look over in the "swarm, cutout" section and you will find several in there.
Didn't I see a thread where a poster had planted 'bee trees'?
Is this what you were talking about............
Yes, thanks, I'll have to look those up, just curious why the big to do.
They bloom in the summer when little else is in bloom.
That is Bee Bee Tree, not bee tree. Look up Evodia
Not to be confused with a B-tree, which is something completely different, and much more nerdy. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B-tree
B-tree, thats funny...........I hate computers
Ditto (except for the forum purposes) :wink:
Just make sure you don't buy evodia seedlings (or anything else) from some scam artists at Wolfes Crossing Farms in Ohio.
I spoke to them on the phone, everything seemed fine, I sent my check, they cashed it, and when I eventually asked where the trees were I got a single, terse line that a killing frost came and that the trees showed no signs of life. My phone calls to them now go unanswered, as do my repeated e-mails asking for a refund. I have been thinking about getting some seedlings from a board member who posts here from Pennsylvania because I've heard decent things about him. Of course, I heard decent things about those unprofessional folks at Wolfes Crossing Farms, too.
Ebay has some seeds as well. 20 seeds for $1.00 + shipping. ~$3 total. I got some mid winter. Seedlings are doing well.