12-15 mm wide
10 mm in diameter; nutlike, elliptical or rounded, grey, covered with fine hairs
Moist soils of valleys and uplands; in hardwood forests
Partial shade to full sun
This species is favored by bees over others and produces a strongly flavored honey. When flowering, the trees are full of bees, which explains why an alternative name for the tree is Bee-tree.
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