Jeremy Stevens

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since Jul 05, 2012
Tenaha, TX
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We also have made the decision to homeschool our children, ages 5 and not-quite-2. We have planned for a more formal "school time" format for at least this first year, as our children respond well to daily schedules.
5 years ago
Sounds good! A cursory glance while walking around, and I have at least 5 or 6 with nuts. I will follow up in a couple months when they are ripe with my wax extracting efforts. Thanks for the links!
5 years ago
Without getting into the native / invasive argument, I have identified that I have this growing on my land...everywhere.

According to the wiki, it is used in soap and candle making, as well as excellent nectar for honey. Does anyone have any experience with this tree they would care to share?
5 years ago
I'll ask, but don't want to presume as the split, a new queen, as well as a new top bar hive are a gift.
5 years ago
Gotcha. That is really what I am hoping, is that I won't have to feed them much of anything.
5 years ago
From the research I have done, that sounds about like how I intend to proceed as well. Hope it works for you!
5 years ago
Purchased. From whence I do not know.
5 years ago
In my excitement over a new book, I just realized that I forgot to say thank you for providing that link.
Thank you!
5 years ago
Gotcha. So basically up until I receive them, I'm going to have a lot of unanswerable questions due to too many variables. They are not going to be a package per se, but rather a start of bees from a friends over crowded hive.
5 years ago
On the topic of buckwheat...I do like buckwheat honey; particularly in its fermented form for the rest of the growing season we have a small orchard and lots of wildflowers, with a smattering of flowering dogwoods. I own 5 acres; most of it wild, thick growth, so I don't think they will have a shortage of choices.
5 years ago