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southeastflorida

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Any Lychee grove owners of significant size,  will gladly get a generous amount of honey in exchange for placing a few hives there for a couple months.  February and April. Lychee honey is very good.  The samples I gave my central Florida bee breeders, were very well recieved. One said, my wife likes it better than all my honey's.
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Any Lychee grove owners of significant size,  will gladly get a generous amount of honey in exchange for placing a few hives there for a couple months.  February and April. Lychee honey is very good.  The samples I gave my central Florida bee breeders, were very well recieved. One said, my wife likes it better than all my honey's.
Steve
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Might be interested, depending upon how you define "significant size."  How many trees are needed to meet your needs?  Of course, I assume you'd prefer blooming trees.....as last year we had very little bloom in my neck of the woods.  Hopefully this year will be better.
Harry
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I have a mixed grove, about 6 big lychee trees, however I have about 110 Longan trees if your interested
- David Antonio Garcia

 

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