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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2011

    5/13
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    lupine
    .......you get more honey with bees

  2. #22
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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2011

    97402
    second week of april
    the azaleas started blooming mid april, theyre still in bloom depending on variety
    .......you get more honey with bees

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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2011

    6/15
    Blackberry
    Portland, OR

  4. #24
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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2012

    97089
    Sarcococca ruscifolia (Fragrant sweet box), just started smells nice when we hit 50 degrees.
    Hitting 50 about an hour each day this week.

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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2012

    97132 (Yamhill Co. Oregon)

    Filberts have started "blooming". They actually produce catkins, not flowers, but the bees are still getting pollen off them - between rain showers.
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    Default Re: Do we need to start a new thread for 2013???????

    97833 NE Oregon


    Dandelion and bur buttercups (evil things).
    Dan Hayden 5 Years. 10 hives. Tx Free. USDA Zone 5b.

  7. #27
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    Default Oregon

    late Jan/early Feb, southwest Oregon(near Calif border)--Still freezing or raining often BUT On nice days bees come out and find yellow pollen. Alder catkins have yellow pollen and bay-laurel trees blooming a month or so early in 2015. Some random garden flowers like violas and johnny jump ups(that didn't freeze this year) are out. MUCH warmer winter than 2014!

  8. #28
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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2015

    97543 Southern Oregon
    Native Plants
    Alder pollen Started Late January past full bloom
    Bay laurel started early Feb even saw some in December though it got to cold for all to blossom (personally i see few bee on them) almost at full bloom
    Manzanita Started bloom on febuary 14 on warmer hell sides others have yet to start blooming.
    Dandelions just started First sec week of febuary still in early blooming
    Wild flowers are opening up on warmer hill sides as well only early ones, I'm close to the Kalmiopsis wilderness.

    Common Domestic
    Early heather Varieties mid january
    Domestic Hazel nut pollen mid january to early febuary
    Some bulb flowers are up and blooming mid febuary.
    Red bud Saw my first one open up feb 17

  9. #29
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    Default Oregon

    What is needed:

    •zip code, city or county
    •date when the plant first bloomed
    •name of the plant
    •comments - example: if it was the end of the bloom just add that to the comments
    Last edited by Barry; 02-05-2016 at 08:11 AM.
    Regards, Barry

  10. #30
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    Default Re: Oregon

    Sweet box (Sarcocca) for about a week
    Filberts (Barcelona and Willamette) about a week both male (catkins) and female (very small like maple)
    Primroses
    Warm / wet: West side of the mountains (Zone 8B) Zip code 97009
    Comments: Temps have been at average, Rain amounts higher than average
    “Why do we fall, sir? So that we might learn to pick ourselves up” Alfred Pennyworth Batman Begins (2005)

  11. #31
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    First Crocus, first dandelion, (2/9),
    Warm / wet: West side of the mountains (Zone 8B) Zip code 97009
    Comments: Temps 60F (+10 above average) for 4 days with a rare view of the sun
    “Why do we fall, sir? So that we might learn to pick ourselves up” Alfred Pennyworth Batman Begins (2005)

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    97537 Southern Oregon
    Rainy/mild weather, 40s daytime, low 40s nite
    Saw first hint of forsythia blooms today.
    Haven't seen dandelions yet. Just crocus and the odd daffodil.

  13. #33
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    97537 Southern Oregon
    Rainy/mild weather, but fluctuating a lot (sometimes sunny and 70, sometimes overcast 60s, sometimes 50s) Nighttimes are in the 30s and 40s still.
    Saw ornamental cherries in town starting to bloom.

  14. #34
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    97089 NW Oregon, valley
    Hit the all time rainfall record for winter +25". had temps in the 60's
    First plum in the orchard blooming, wild plum along the road blooming in white and pink. Daffodils starting in force, Vinca Minor (periwinkle), some of the azaleas.
    “Why do we fall, sir? So that we might learn to pick ourselves up” Alfred Pennyworth Batman Begins (2005)

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    97537 Rogue River Valley in SW Oregon
    Rainy spells, intermittent clearing. Sometimes 60s during day, high 30s, 40s at night still. Daffodils, hyacinths so far, forsythia still in bloom. Lilac buds are starting to open.

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    97537
    SW Oregon Rogue River (Evans Creek Valley area)
    Very rainy week, high in the 40s.
    Quince are starting to bloom.

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    97537
    SW Oregon Rogue River (Evans Creek Valley area)
    Rainy week, but pleasant and partly sunny the last few days
    Seeing sunny yellow faces of dandelions, lots of ornamental cherry/fruits in town, along with a magnolia/tulip tree.

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    Default Re: Oregon

    97537
    SW Oregon Rogue River (Evans Creek Valley area)
    Super beautiful weather, warm days up into the 80s, cool evenings.
    Lilacs are starting, along with my apple trees, and the madrones are in bloom as of a day or two ago.

  19. #39
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    Default Re: Oregon

    97123
    Yamhill County
    1200ft on Bald Peak

    Blackberries
    Thimble Berries
    Salmon Berries
    Snow Berries
    Lupine
    Columbine

    Madrone tapering off

  20. #40
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    Default Re: Oregon

    Just trying to bring more life to this thread, sharing from across the river. Hope that's okay.

    Quote Originally Posted by JeronimoJC View Post
    Vancouver, WA
    7/31/16 to 8/7/16
    Butterfly Bush (Buddleja or Buddleia) tons of bees
    Dandelion lots of bees


    Washougal, WA
    8/13/16
    Daisy
    Queen Annes Lace (Daucus Carota) few bees
    Tansy (Tanacetum Vulgare) more bees
    Fireweed (Chamerion Angustifolium) lots of bees






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