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Korean Evodia
Euodia daniellii

Also called the Bee Bee Tree, this native of Asia has been introduced into parts of the United States because of its value as a source of nectar for bees. In late summer, trees produce dense clusters of small white flowers that are attractive to bees and produce abundant nectar that is used for making honey.

Habitat:Planted as an ornamental.
Growth Habit:Deciduous shrub or tree, usually growing about 7-9 m tall.
Bloom Time:Summer.
Presence in US:DC MD NY OH PA VA
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