Weerobin wrote: Valal, you made me google Korean Bee Tree to see what it is. From googling, looks like it's an evodia. Is that the tree you mean? It's funny to me because as soon as I saw the name, it reminded me of an evodia hidden deep in a back section of my yard which I planted 20 years ago. Back then, I was energetic and thought I could maintain a 2 acre yard, but alas 1/2 has reverted to jungle since then. But the evodia is hanging in there amongst the re-emerging jungle thugs. My frustration is that I've never seen it bloom. I often see the fruits late in summer (1st pic is the immature fruit, 2nd mature red). I can only presume since it's fruiting, it must be flowering; and from your observation, there must be a bee free-for-all going on in the spring when I'm never looking. So I'll try to be more diligent & catch the act this spring!