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Offline beepro

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Bee-Bee tree blowing in the winds
« on: June 19, 2018, 09:07:01 pm »
Hi, All!


After 4 years of growing this Bee-Bee tree from a single seed, it finally bloomed this season.  https://www.you_tube.com/watch?v=YQtd2Uwt1Zw  Just copy this link and paste on your browser but first delete the underscore _   between you_tube which is one word.

Last season it bloomed a little while testing out how strong it is.   Now it is in full bloom.  With luck I should have some seeds to
grow the next season.  Yes, it is full of my bees harvesting the sweet nectar! 


Does this work?:

https://photos.google.com/album/AF1QipMVJ7PCXD0JcNiBQJug1qcdaTdSBE9u91Gwo4Tt/photo/AF1QipMMWDmMf6LB256XRaWZo-st1_9ciSXOkwhFnEfH

https://photos.google.com/album/AF1QipMVJ7PCXD0JcNiBQJug1qcdaTdSBE9u91Gwo4Tt/photo/AF1QipPYcSlzQeS8O5IIRFUGsKf8Ihqqqe_SYCUFlRZO

Offline cao

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Re: Bee-Bee tree blowing in the winds
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2018, 10:26:06 pm »
I got 9 or 10 that I planted about 5 or 6 years ago.  They bloomed for the first time last year.  My bees didn't go after them like I thought they would.  There were a few bees on them but I guess they had something better at the time. 

You will have seeds(lots of them).  I cut them off my trees last year(the ones I could reach) and after drying them and separating the seeds from the pods, I ended up with about a half of a 5 gallon bucket of seeds.