The Sourwood Tree: What Is It Used For?


Sourwood trees serve as magnets for bees, which are attracted to fragrant, long and drooping clusters of bell-shaped flowers that the trees display in June and July. Honey produced from the nectar gathered from sourwood trees is considered a rare
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Sourwood or Sorrel Tree is the sole species in the genus Oxydendrum. It is native
A cypress tree has short stems on it. The shape of it takes the body shape of a flame. It's also tapered like a cone as it grows and its also very tall.
Sourwood grows in the eastern and southeastern United States, in USDA hardiness zones 5 through 9A. It ranges from Illinois to Florida, though it has also been found in Texas.
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