Chris Kott wrote:I would suggest that you keep the tulip trees. If they don't feed you, they'll feed the pollinators.
Tj Jefferson wrote:Chestnut, kentucky coffee tree and honeylocust! I FINALLY got seeds and scions for the Hershey, Ashworth and a few others thornless with huge pods. This seems like a very underutilized tree.
Downy Serviceberry is a wonderful flower, and berries. Get 20-30ft.
Bryant RedHawk wrote:Edible large flowered fruit tree, the one that always comes to mind it the pawpaw, the need pretty deep shade the first few years and there is one problem, the pollinator is the blue bottle fly, which means the flower smells like rotting meat.
Bryant RedHawk wrote:I have located a nursery in the Ozarks that sells 3 year old trees so I may give it another go in the future.
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