- Posted April 24, 2014 by
Glen Cove, New York
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Photo essays: Your stories in pictures
I know the Brooklyn Botanic Garden also has a lot of Magnolia trees on display, which are native to Eastern US and South Eastern Asia.
I found out beetles pollinate the large fragrant flowers, not bees, because they do not produce nectar, but large quantities of pollen which give the beetles protein, but if you have allergies, watch out.
We also have some Cherry Blossom trees here, but not like in Washington.
April 24, 2014.