Paulownia

Paulownia

The paulownia plant (Paulownia) is a representative of the family of the same name, which is also called the Adam's tree. Previously, paulownia was referred to as the Norichnikovs or Bignonievs. The genus includes several species, including semi-evergreen or deciduous trees.

The name of the plants was given by the German scientist von Siebold, who brought their seeds from Japan to European countries. He dedicated his find to Grand Duchess Anna Pavlovna of the Romanov family, who became the ruler of the Netherlands. But the genus "Anna" already existed, so the trees were mistakenly named after the princess's patronymic, counting it for another name. The plant is called "Adam's tree" because of the large foliage that resembles a fig. In addition, paulownia is known as the Chinese, dragon or imperial tree, or the princess tree.

Paulownia grows in the subtropics. Most often they can be found on the territory of China (this country is considered their homeland) or Japan. The Japanese consider such trees to be one of their national symbols: images of their flowers and foliage can even be found on coins and orders. A beautiful tree there is called "kiri" and is considered a symbol of good luck. In addition, paulownia are found in Korea, Vietnam and other East Asian countries. There they grow on moist soil, meeting on the plains.

Paulownia is a beautifully flowering tall tree that develops at a very fast pace. Due to its high decorativeness, such plantings can be found in gardens and parks in warm regions. Some paulownia species can be grown in temperate climates. In addition to its attractiveness, Adam's tree has a good effect on the environment and has valuable wood, which can be used both for the manufacture of various items and in construction. Due to the strength and lightness of this material, musical instruments, furniture, and also sports equipment are made from it.

Description of paulownia

The paulownia tree has a straight trunk with a maximum thickness of up to 1 meter, covered with plates of grayish bark. In its homeland, such a plant can reach impressive sizes, stretching up to 20 m in height. At the same time, the paulownia taproot goes to a depth of 5-9 m. But in the middle lane the trees are more miniature in size. Due to the peculiarities of the climate, they begin to branch out and take the form of a tall bush with a rounded or elongated crown.

The large, wide foliage of the paulownia has the shape of a delta, heart, or weak lobes. It is located oppositely on the branches, holding on to long petioles. On the outside, the leaf blades have a fibrous pubescent surface, and on the seamy side, the pubescence becomes tomentose. The foliage is green. In this case, the size of each leaf can reach 70 cm. It is noteworthy that huge plates appear already on young trees with thin trunks, which are not yet a year old. This feature gives paulownia a very unusual look. In the fall, trees shed their foliage before it turns brown. The color changes already on the ground.

Paulownia looks most elegant during the flowering period. Its fragrant flowers bloom before the leaf buds open, around the second half of March. They form panicle inflorescences located vertically on the branches. Each includes up to 15 bell-shaped flowers about 5 cm in size. They have a pink-lilac, lilac or cream color and have long stamens. The plant is considered a honey plant - the honey obtained from it resembles acacia. Flowering lasts up to 1.5 months. After its completion, greenish-brown fruits with a thickness of about 1 cm are formed on the paulownia. Small seeds with wings are formed in them.

The rate of development of paulownia is striking no less than its size. These trees develop about 6 times faster than oak trees and, under ideal conditions, can grow by about 3-4 m per year.In the first couple of years of cultivation, paulownia already manages to turn into a slender tree, and from the 5th year of life, growth begins to slow down. The crown width of an adult tree reaches 3-6 m.

Despite the growth rate, paulownia live long enough - about 90 years. The frost resistance of these trees varies depending on the species. Among paulownias, there are both thermophilic plants that do not tolerate negative temperatures, and winter-hardy species that can withstand cold temperatures up to -30 degrees.

Paulownia. Questions and answers

Planting paulownia in open ground

Landing

Paulownia will thrive best in a flat, bright area of ​​the garden, sheltered from strong winds that can damage large foliage. Young plants can suffer especially noticeably from powerful impulses: as they grow, the size of the plates begins to gradually decrease.

Such a tree should be planted on the warmer, south or west side. In shade, the growth rate will slow down slightly and the leaves will become smaller. In addition, such plantings should be placed farther from other garden trees to avoid conflicts over nutrients. The soil can range from acidic to neutral, but soil that is too heavy for planting will not work. Sandy loam soil, loam or black soil is considered ideal. In lowlands and in corners with a high groundwater table, such trees are not planted.

It is recommended to plant paulownia older than 1 year in the ground. Such plants are more resistant to weather changes. For disembarkation, the time is chosen from mid-spring to mid-autumn. The seedling is placed in a pre-prepared 1 meter deep hole. Its diameter should be about 65 cm. The main thing is that the size of the pit should slightly exceed the size of the root system of the seedling. A drainage about 20 cm thick is laid at the bottom (small pebbles can be used), and a nutritious soil mixture is also poured. It is prepared from the soil remaining from digging a hole, mixed with leafy humus, rotted manure and mineral fertilizers (40 g). A young seedling will also need support, so a strong peg of sufficient height is immediately fixed in the pit during planting. After planting, the paulownia is properly watered (about 2 buckets for each seedling).

Growing from seeds

You can grow paulownia from seeds, but the germination of the seed lasts no more than a year. Sowing starts in January. Small seeds must be checked in advance in order to select the most viable ones. To do this, they are immersed in water and only those that will go to the bottom are selected for sowing. Such seeds are taken out of the water and laid out on a damp paper napkin, and covered with a film on top and placed in heat (about 22-25 degrees). The humidity of the napkins is monitored. Under these conditions, the seeds should hatch in a couple of weeks.

When the paulownia seeds begin to sprout, they are placed along with a napkin in a container with versatile fertile soil, including turf, peat and leafy soil. From above they are sprinkled with a layer of soil no more than 3 mm thick. If the seeds were not transferred to a napkin, but were left to float in water, the seedlings are carefully transferred into the ground with a toothpick. This method allows you to immediately distribute the seeds to individual cassettes. Until full-fledged sprouts appear, you need to keep the seedlings in a greenhouse, and also apply additional lighting. After 2-3 months, when the plants begin to touch the foliage, they are seated in 0.2 liter cups. After another month, they are transferred to large 2-liter pots. In warm areas, such plants can be transferred to the garden in the fall. If the seedlings will be hibernating indoors, ensure that they are sufficiently cool.

Paulownia care

Paulownia is considered an unpretentious tree that can adapt to many weather conditions, including drought or heat. But most species do not differ in frost resistance, so you should immediately choose the tree that is most suitable for growing. But even so, paulownia bloom can only be admired in coastal regions with very mild winters. Their buds are formed only on last year's lateral shoots, and in the middle lane the plants are frozen every year almost to the very root, growing again with the arrival of heat. Because of this, paulownia there more resembles not a tree, but an unusually tall grass, but differs in even larger leaves than in warm countries. This size is provided by a developed root.

Watering

Despite the ability to withstand drought, young paulownia will need watering. They are carried out weekly during the entire growth period of the tree. Each plant will require a bucket of water. Without a sufficient amount of moisture, the foliage begins to hang, and in prolonged heat it dries out along the edges, but after watering or rain, the decorativeness of the tree is restored.

Paulownia older than 3 years does not need to be watered, during this time their roots will go to a sufficient depth and grow significantly. Watering can only be carried out during especially prolonged drought. After each watering, the near-trunk circle is loosened to a depth of 7 cm and cleaned of weeds. You can mulch this area with peat or humus - this will help retain moisture in the soil and serve as additional feeding.

Top dressing

Paulownia is able to grow in poor soil, but still prefers a nutritious soil rich in humus. Young seedlings are usually fed twice a season. You can combine organic additives (mullein, bird droppings, humus or compost) with mineral additives. They are introduced in the form of a solution during watering. In the spring, nitrogen-containing compounds are used, in the fall - potassium-phosphorus ones.

Pruning

The trees withstand pruning well and recover quickly, although they usually do not need to be trimmed. Dry or diseased twigs are subject to removal. At the same time, paulownia is able to regrow even after complete cutting down or freezing of the aboveground part, forming a growth from the hemp. If paulownia has suffered from frost during the wintering period, in the spring its frozen shoots are removed before the leaf buds open.

Paulownia. Features of planting and care

Diseases and pests

Young paulownias are susceptible to fungal infections. Too frequent watering or contaminated soil can provoke their development. A fungicidal preparation will help get rid of the disease. Timely sanitary care will avoid the rapid spread of the disease: all affected parts of the plant must be removed. To prevent the development of rot, paulownia should not be planted in heavy soil.

Sometimes trees are harmed by insects - scale insects or aphids. You can use folk remedies against them (soap solution, tobacco dust, wood ash). If such methods do not work, they resort to appropriate insecticides. Sometimes slugs harm the beautiful leaves of paulownia. They are collected by hand.

Reproduction of paulownia

In addition to germinating seeds, paulownia can be propagated by cuttings or root suckers.

Cuttings

Paulownia cuttings are cut in spring or summer. The middle part of the stem, taken from a young (2-3-year-old) tree, is best suited for this. The stalk must be at least 15 cm long. Such a segment is buried in peat-sandy soil almost completely, leaving only the upper 2-3 cm above the ground. Until the formation of fresh shoots, the cuttings are kept in a greenhouse. When the shoots on the seedlings reach a height of about 10 cm, all young shoots except the strongest are removed from the plant.

PAVLOVNIA / Reproduction by green cuttings / Igor Bilevich

Reproduction by root suckers

Adult paulownia can form root shoots. In early spring, it is separated from the main plant, the cuts are treated with pitch and immediately transplanted to the chosen place. For planting such an offspring, as for any paulownia, you will need a corner sheltered from the wind with nutritious soil. At first, such plants are watered more often.

Types of paulownia with photos and names

According to different classifications, from 5 to 20 species are referred to the paulownia genus. Among them:

Felt paulownia (Paulownia tomentosa)

Heat-loving, but also very frost-resistant paulownia, withstanding short drops in temperature to -28 degrees. Paulownia tomentosa served as the basis for a hybrid suitable for mid-latitude climates. Such a plant grows about 3 m per year. Adult specimens reach 20 meters in height. On the branches are large and dense leaves with a fibrous surface. They are colored light green. The color of numerous flowers is white or pale lilac. The fruits are kept on the branches until the end of autumn.

This species is also cultivated for technical purposes. In Japan, oil is obtained from its seeds, added to varnishes, and numerous household items, very thin veneers and even redwood products are made from wood.

Paulownia kawakamii or sapphire tree

A species with medium frost resistance, withstanding cold up to -17 degrees. Paulownia kawakamii grows up to 15-20 m in height. The size of its foliage reaches 45 cm. The tree has a lush crown and blooms with bright blue flowers with a yellowish center. But this species has an endangered status.

Paulownia fortunei

Chinese look. Paulownia fortunei blooms very profusely, but is considered to be more thermophilic. The height of the trees reaches 12 m. The light green foliage has pubescence. The inflorescences are composed of cream or white flowers with a dark center. Such a plant can be grown not only in the garden, but also as an indoor or greenhouse plant.

Paulownia elongata

The height of this species reaches 15 m. Paulownia elongata is distinguished by longer flowering. At this time, inflorescences-brushes of delicate lavender flowers appear on the trees. The species is quite cold-resistant. Adult paulownia can survive temperatures as low as -17 degrees, and seedlings as low as -10 degrees.

Paulownia fargesii

These trees grow up to 20 m in height. Paulownia fargesii forms a spreading crown. On the branches are heart-shaped leaves up to 35 cm long. Panicle inflorescences are composed of white or yellowish flowers. The species is drought-resistant, tolerates heat up to 48 degrees and cold up to -10 degrees.

Benefits and uses of paulownia

The large foliage of paulownia is not only beautiful and unusual, but also brings a lot of benefits. Due to its size, it emits a lot of oxygen, and also helps to cleanse the air from harmful substances, surpassing many other trees in this indicator. For a year, 10 hectares planted with paulownia traps about a thousand tons of dust and absorbs about 300 tons of carbon dioxide. Branched roots that penetrate deep into the soil help prevent weathering and prevent erosion. Paulownia is used as part of windbreak plantations that protect soils from erosion. Due to such properties, as well as beauty, such trees become excellent candidates for decorating garden and park areas.

Some paulownia species that can withstand more severe frosts can be grown in mid-latitudes. Due to their rapid growth, such trees allow for landscaping in a shorter time.

Paulownia wood is lightweight, moisture and fire resistant and is almost not affected by fungus. It has a greyish yellow tint and a matte surface. 1 cubic meter holds about 250 kg - paulownia is 2 times lighter than pine wood, but it is considered more durable. Its wood does not crack, warp or rot, holds fasteners and is easily amenable to various processing.

A variety of sports equipment and musical instruments, as well as pieces of furniture and floor coverings, are often made from paulownia. Wood is also used in the construction of houses and ships: the light parts of boats or yachts are made from it. Due to the high content of tannins and silica, such wood has an antimicrobial effect and allows you to keep warm, therefore baths or saunas are often sheathed with it. Biofuels, pallets, paper and cellulose are made from such raw materials, among other things. On an industrial scale, hybrids of Paulownia Forchuna and felt, as well as the Elongat species, are usually grown, but the latter are considered more thermophilic.

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Various parts of the plant - leaves, bark, flowers and parts of fruits - are used in folk medicine and in the creation of cosmetic preparations. The extract obtained from them is used for hair and skin care products, as well as in perfumery. The aroma of the flowers is reminiscent of vanilla and almonds. Paulownia helps with pulmonary diseases and rheumatism, its foliage is used as part of agents that improve the functioning of the gallbladder, as well as the liver and kidneys. In addition, paulownia leaves, which are rich in proteins and carbohydrates, are considered more nutritious than many livestock forage crops. In some countries, they are also used for preparing salads.


Beautiful Flowering Dragon Trees

Paulownia or Adam's tree, or The Sapphire Dragon Tree)

History and description

Paulownia has been cultivated for centuries in China. With its beauty and high-quality wood, this tree has also earned such names as the "Empress Tree" and "Sapphire Tree". Paulownia is a fast growing tree with a light wood that is used to make extruded materials, shelving, plywood, furniture and even musical instruments. In Japan, there is a custom: when a girl is born, a paulownia tree is planted, and when she gets married, a chest is made from the wood of this tree for her dowry. The Japanese also believe that the paulownia should be planted near the house, then the Phoenix bird will fly into their house and will protect the family and bring good luck to the house.

Genus and species - Paulownia belongs to the genus Scrophulariaceae. In China, more than 12 different species grow in different climatic zones. The dragon tree family encompasses 4 of these valuable species.


Paulownia 'kawakamii' (Paulownia tomentosa) - Sapphire dragon tree. Also known as the Empress's tree, the large-leaved tree of the Noricidae family is marketed as a “quick shade tree”.

The main rule for the Kawakamii dragon tree (Paulownia Kawakamii) is "the more sun the better"

  1. Height of an adult plant (for 3 years): 1 m: (1 year: 12/18 ', 2 years: 20/25', 3 years: 28/30 ')
  2. Flowering: within 6 weeks in spring. Color: sapphire blue with a yellow center.
  3. Temperature range: (-17 to + 48) degrees - sheds leaves in winter.
  4. Soil: good drainage clay soil is best.
  5. Ph level: 5.5 - 8.5 (6.5 is the optimal ph level).
  6. Undesirable conditions: does not feel well in too wet soil, does not like salty sea air.
  7. Root system: branched taproot - reaches a depth of 4.5 to 6 m - if possible.
  8. Fertilizer: high nitrogen fertilizers, the best fertilizer is chicken manure.
  9. Water: During the first two years of life, the tree should be regularly (1-2 times a week) and watered abundantly. When the paulownia root system has developed to a mature tree, the tree's water requirements are minimal.

How to plant and grow paulownia:

  1. Plant the paulownia in an open, sunny area. Partial shade is acceptable, but an open, sunny area is preferred.
  2. For planting, dig a hole 0.6m x 0.6m x 0.6m, or larger if the soil is poor.
  3. Cover with a good 50:50 mixture of potting soil and / or peat moss.
  4. Make a depression in the resulting soil mixture and place the seedling in the center.
  5. Pour water over the well and wait for the water to go deep.
  6. Allow the soil to dry completely between waterings, water abundantly and deeply with each watering.
  7. In hot summertime (32 degrees or more), water abundantly 2-3 times a week.
  8. During the first year after planting the tree, it should be fertilized with high-nitrogen fertilizers, which should be added to the water once a week.
  9. Feeding the tree is not a prerequisite, but it is advisable to get the best result.

Note: If you are planting paulownia in a garden that is irrigated with a sprinkler system, remember that the tree needs abundant watering - as if there is no sprinkler system there. The reason for this is the following: the sprinkler system irrigates the soil only superficially and in this case the paulownia root system will develop at the surface. In the future, the small mature roots of the paulownia can cause problems. If watered deeper, the roots will also grow deeper and the garden will be clean.

Note: Never use any kind of insecticide or weed control near the paulownia. All paulownias are very sensitive to poisons and, if the tree survives after such treatment, it will be severely damaged.

Species: kawakamii (ka-wak-am-ee-eye)

Hardiness zones: USDA Zone 6a (-20.6 ° C to -23.3 ° C) - 10b (4.4 ° C to 1.7 ° C)

Illumination: Full sun

Bloom Time: Mid-Spring

Other information:

May be a noxious weed or invasive plant
Flowers exude a fragrant aroma

Dry-resistant: can be used in landscaping without watering

Fortunei Dragon Tree

Description and tips for growing:

  1. Height of an adult plant: 22.5 m: (3 years: 28/30 '15-18 years: 75')
  2. Flowering: within 6 weeks in spring. Color: pearl white, lavender center.
  3. Temperature range: (-9 to +48) degrees - sheds leaves for the winter.
  4. Soil: good drainage clay soil is best.
  5. Ph level: 5.5 to 8.5 (6.5 is the optimal ph level).
  6. Conditions to avoid: Feels bad in too wet soil, does not like salty sea air.
  7. Root system: Multi-tap root - reaches a depth of 4.5 to 6 m - if possible.
  8. Fertilizer: High nitrogen fertilizer, the best fertilizer is chicken manure.
  9. Watering: During the first two years of life, the trees should be regularly (1-2 times a week) and watered abundantly. When the paulownia root system has developed to a mature tree, water requirements are minimal.

Tips for planting and growing paulownia:

  1. Plant the paulownia in an open, sunny area. Partial shade is acceptable, but an open, sunny area is preferred.
  2. For planting, dig a hole 0.6m x 0.6m x 0.6m, or larger if the soil is poor.
  3. Cover with a good 50:50 mixture of potting soil and / or peat moss.
  4. Make a depression in the resulting soil mixture and place the seedling in the center.
  5. Pour water over the well and wait for the water to go deep.
  6. Allow the soil to dry completely between waterings, water abundantly and deeply with each watering.
  7. In hot summertime (90 degrees or more), water abundantly 2 to 3 times a week.
  8. During the first year after planting the tree, it should be fertilized with high-nitrogen fertilizers, which should be added to the water once a week. Feeding the tree is not a prerequisite, but it is advisable to get the best result.

Note: If you are planting paulownia in a garden that is irrigated with a sprinkler system, remember that the tree needs abundant watering - as if there was no sprinkler system there. The reason for this is the following: the sprinkler system irrigates the soil only superficially and in this case the paulownia root system will develop at the surface. In the future, the small mature roots of the paulownia can cause problems. If watered deeper, the roots will also grow deeper and the garden will be clean.

Note: Never use any kind of insecticide or weed control near the paulownia. All paulownias are very sensitive to poisons and, if the tree survives after such treatment, it will be severely damaged.

Dragon tree Elongata

Description and tips for growing

  1. Adult height: (3 yrs: 28/30 '- 15-18 yrs: 75')
  2. Flowering: within 6 weeks in spring. Color: light lavender, yellow center.
  3. Temperature range: (-10 to +48) degrees - sheds leaves for the winter.
  4. Soil: good drainage clay soil is best.
  5. Ph level: 5.5 to 8.5 (6.5 is the optimal ph level).
  6. Undesirable conditions: does not feel well in too wet soil, does not like salty sea air.
  7. Root system: A branched taproot reaches a depth of 4.5 to 6 m - if possible.
  8. Fertilizer: high nitrogen fertilizers, the best fertilizer is chicken manure.
  9. Water: During the first two years of life, the tree should be regularly (1-2 times a week) and watered abundantly. When the paulownia root system has developed to a mature tree, the tree's water requirements are minimal.

Planting and grooming tips:

  1. Plant the paulownia in an open, sunny area. Partial shade is acceptable, but an open, sunny area is preferred.
  2. For planting, dig a hole 0.6m x 0.6m x 0.6m, or larger if the soil is poor.
  3. Cover with a good 50:50 mixture of potting soil and / or peat moss.
  4. Make a depression in the resulting soil mixture and place the seedling in the center.
  5. Pour water over the well and wait for the water to go deep.
  6. Allow the soil to dry completely between waterings, water abundantly and deeply with each watering.
  7. In hot summertime (90 degrees or more), water abundantly 2 to 3 times a week.
  8. During the first year after planting the tree, it should be fertilized with high-nitrogen fertilizers, which should be added to the water once a week.

Feeding the tree is not a prerequisite, but it is advisable to get the best result.

Note: If you are planting a paulownia in a garden that is irrigated with a sprinkler system, remember that the tree needs abundant watering - as if there is no sprinkler system there. The reason for this is the following: the sprinkler system irrigates the soil only superficially and in this case the paulownia root system will develop at the surface. In the future, the small mature roots of the paulownia can cause problems. If watered deeper, the roots will also grow deeper and the garden will be clean.

Note: Never use any kind of insecticide or weed control near the paulownia. All paulownias are very sensitive to poisons and, if the tree survives after such treatment, it will be severely damaged.

In addition to paulownia, there is another tree named after the dragon -

White dragon tree

White Dragon Tree (Sesbania Formosa): A white-flowered relative of the pea native to the wetlands of Australia's Great Sandy Desert.

Sesbania Formosa: Fast growing tree with furrowed cork bark and beautiful large and edible pea-shaped flowers.

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Growing conditions

Paulownia adapts quite well to soil conditions. Clayy moderately moist soils with sufficient fertility and acidity of the soil solution ph = 5.5-8.5 (the optimal level is 6.5) are considered good. It grows quite well in contaminated soils, but poorly in too moist soil.

Plants prefer open, well-lit areas that are drought tolerant. The most intensive growth of paulownia trees is observed in the first years of life. In industrial cultivation, it is in the early years of cultivation that the plants require regular watering.

For cultivation requires about 750 mm of rainfall per year. It tolerates extreme temperatures in winter and summer - from (-20 ° C) to (+ 45 ° C).

Honey production

Paulownia plants are good honey plants producing excellent quality honey. It is transparent, very clean and fragrant, in color and consistency can only be compared with acacia. More than 800 kg of honey can be harvested from one hectare of paulownia. On the positive side, during the cultivation of paulownia, no chemicals that can harm the bees are used. This allows you to get a completely environmentally friendly product that can be used for medical purposes in the treatment of various diseases.


Paulownia - gardening

well cho f. in Kiev to die by itself.

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I have an adult tree this year does not feel well, the leaves are small and there is little growth. Watering is regular and abundant. Maybe frost?

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finally took a picture of my paulownia
This is a five-year-old tree, this year there are very small leaves and almost no growth

and this is a young growth that has grown this year on the site of the excavated

And if there is a sheltered place from the winds of the south-east and south exposure, it might be worth a try? She has varieties, otherwise in the photo flowers from white and pale pink to very lilac are found. I just want lilac. Can you try to sow with seeds for greater frost resistance?
This photo has killed on the spot: http://www.flickr.com/photos/maikt/297463836/

achieve results in different ways. I haven't seen such a beautiful lilac color in any tree and the size of the foliage The place is quiet and protected, it's a sin not to try to grow something thermophilic, a site south of Kiev, spring comes a week earlier there, maybe this will help. I will try to sow Kiev seeds and plant a Khmelevsky seedling. we'll see. now the task is to link with other landings.

I planted paulownia in the spring of 2002 with a meter-long sapling bought in the Odessa Botanical Garden for 10 UAH. By the fall, it stretched out to 3 m, the thickness of the trunk was about 4 cm. And in winter it was gnawed at the root by the puppy. In 2003 it grew back from the root.
In the spring of 2009 it was like this (it is in the background, behind the catalpa) now even more.
She lays flower buds at the end of summer and this is how she looks in autumn

Therefore, in harsh winters, flower buds can freeze slightly and simply crumble in spring. This happened in 2010 - there were only single flowers.
This is how they open in early May (before the leaves appear):

The smell of blooming paulownia is indescribable, and the continuous hum from thousands of nearby bees.

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And some more flowering photos:


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