More maples (not sure what types)
Some Holly has started (others not yet)
Bradford Pear (have seen bees on these once in seven years)
Red Magnolia (aka Tulip Poplar)
March 01 2012 at youngtown Az 85363 My first orange blossoms fully open, and bees were at them :)
scottsboro al 35768
wild plums in full bloom
24120 meadows of dan, va
Mar. 4, 2012
Monday, 5 March
77964 -- The Free State of Lavaca (Lavaca County) south central TX
Bluebonnets, Indian Paintbrush, peaches, plums, pears, quince, lemons, Huisache (weesatch), redbud, thistle, elm, ash, etc.
March 5, 2012
76084 (~45 miles south of DFW airport)
These are in my yard and get sufficient water
Elm (first tiny leaves)
48138 (south of Detroit)
First pollen coming in this year, white mostly. some yellow, and very little orange, must be maples.
March 5, 2012
March 7, 2012
First pollen of the year! Light pale green pollen. Orange Pollen.
37210 Nashville TN suburbs
Peach trees began blooming 03 04
Early blueberries began blooming 02 26
Flowering magnolia began blooming around 2 15
Bradford pears and ornamental cherries burst into full bloom 03 04
henbit has been blooming most of the winter
Very mild winter, 2 nights of 18 degrees back in mid February is the coldest we've gotten.
Checkerboarded on Jan 22 @ 65 degrees and bees bringing in yellow and white pollen
Central City, Iowa, 52214
scottsboro, al 35768
autum olives just starting
Zone 7bDutch iris on 3/9/12
06424, CT Zone 6b
Bees are bringing in loads of light yellow pollen from these.
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