Tetradium daniellii seed
Tetradium daniellii seeds(Euodia daniellii)
Name: Honey bee, Bee-Bee
Scientific Name: Tetradium daniellii
plant height: 25-30 feet
light requirements: full sun
soil & water preferences: grows well in well-drained soil.
- Scarification: Soak in water for 12 hours
- stratification: none required
- germination: sow seeds 1/4″
An extremely recommended exemplary for beekeepers and very ornamental.
Tetradium danielli can grow like a bush or a tree from small to middle ear. Most often encountered with a short main trunk that is divided into several main branches.
The bee’s vine, as is commonly known, is a very explored species in residential landscaping world a fortress, either by its small porte, cultivation relatively easy and / or their flowering and visiting.
The species are very resistant to cold and frost, but young changes receive protection for its first to second winter. Can be planted in the full sun or with partial shadowing, prefering only with good moisture, fertilizer and well drawn.
The red and bright fruit are generally harvested after the flowering or a huge lemon for the convival with several birds.
The flowers, characterized by gorgeous old lines are wonderfully aromatic. As seeds begin like bright red capsules, when when completely ripe, open to export like black seeds.
Quick growth, when you can reach more than one metro in your first year in cultivation, a suggested distance for group plantations is 3 – 5 meters. Start of the flowering gives a party of the third year.
The gardener and beekeeper bernhard jaesch was contemplated with a gold medal in the exhibition of international horticulture (iga) in germany, under the title a fountain of the nectar with a species tetradium danielli.
Spice extremely explored and valued by beekeepers in honey production