A honey bee searches for nectar at the base of a Hong Kong Orchid's flower, a tree which is native to China and grows up to 40 feet in height.  The tree produces no fruit, making care much easier and eliminating the mess often associated with fruit trees.  It readily attracts everything from insects to hummingbirds.

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Daily News

A honey bee searches for nectar at the base of a Hong Kong Orchid's flower, a tree which is native to China and grows up to 40 feet in height. The tree produces no fruit, making care much easier and eliminating the mess often associated with fruit trees. It readily attracts everything from insects to hummingbirds.

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