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#122747 Sep 2nd, 2007 at 04:27 PM
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I have a magnolia tree and I'm wondering if there's anything wrong with it. First of all, we had a freak spring snow storm and it didn't bloom this year. Now I've noticed some light brownish bumps on the bark and it seems to be swarming with wasps/bees. It's like the leaves and bark are sweetned with something that's attracting the bees. Does anyone know what's the cause of this?

Thanks!

Laura

L Acke #122836 Sep 2nd, 2007 at 07:20 PM
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the nice weather then a bad snow kept my magnolias from blooming too. Others didn't bloom well either. Don't have the sticky bee problem good luck. :)


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