. The bee-keeper's guide; or, Manual of the apiary. Bees. 432 THB BBE-KBBPBR S GUIDB ; there are several species in the South—are in bloom. In many parts they commence to blossom in May. One of the finest of these is the Magnolia glauca (Fig-. 237). One would suspect at once that it was a near relative of the tulip tree. This is also common in Southern California. Fig. 236.. Cotton.—Original. JULY PLANTS. Early in this month opens the far-famed basswood or lin- den (Tilia Americana), {Fig. 238), which, for the profusion and quality of its honey, has no superior. Mr. Doolittle got 66 pounds of

. The bee-keeper's guide; or, Manual of the apiary. Bees. 432 THB BBE-KBBPBR S GUIDB ; there are several species in the South—are in bloom. In many parts they commence to blossom in May. One of the finest of these is the Magnolia glauca (Fig-. 237). One would suspect at once that it was a near relative of the tulip tree. This is also common in Southern California. Fig. 236.. Cotton.—Original. JULY PLANTS. Early in this month opens the far-famed basswood or lin- den (Tilia Americana), {Fig. 238), which, for the profusion and quality of its honey, has no superior. Mr. Doolittle got 66 pounds of  Stock Photo
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. The bee-keeper's guide; or, Manual of the apiary. Bees. 432 THB BBE-KBBPBR S GUIDB ; there are several species in the South—are in bloom. In many parts they commence to blossom in May. One of the finest of these is the Magnolia glauca (Fig-. 237). One would suspect at once that it was a near relative of the tulip tree. This is also common in Southern California. Fig. 236.. Cotton.—Original. JULY PLANTS. Early in this month opens the far-famed basswood or lin- den (Tilia Americana), {Fig. 238), which, for the profusion and quality of its honey, has no superior. Mr. Doolittle got 66 pounds of linden honey from a single colony in three days. It is What has given Wisconsin its proud place as a bee-section. There is rarely a year that it does not give us some of its incomparable nectar. It has been estimated that one linden tree would furnish, in a favorable year, fifty pounds of honey.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Cook, Albert John, 1842-1916. Chicago, Ill. , George W. York & company

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