Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Blue Gum Trees and a Linky

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The blue gum trees in South Africa are an invasive species. We often spot them growing as windbreakers on farms like in the photo above between the vineyards. When I did a little research on the internet, I discovered that they are important to South Africa, especially regarding forestry and bee-keeping. I don't have a photo to show you, but often where there are blue gums, I see beehives. We all know how important bees are, so I have a new respect for these trees.

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Blue Gum Trees

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