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  1. #121
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    Default Re: Post your bloom dates 2013!

    Upstate NY - 13210 (Central NY / Syracuse)
    Apples, Cherrys, Dandelions (strong year)

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    Upstate NY - 13210 (Central NY / Syracuse) May 22

    At peak:
    Bush honeysuckle
    Russian olive

    Just starting:
    Black locust. And of course, it supposed to be cold with rain for a few days.... like clockwork! This after no bloom last season due to an early spring and late killing frost....
    Horse chesnut.

    Just finished...
    Dandelion
    Fruit trees

  3. #123
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirsche View Post
    Upstate NY - 13210 (Central NY / Syracuse) May 22

    At peak:
    Bush honeysuckle
    Russian olive

    Just starting:
    Black locust. And of course, it supposed to be cold with rain for a few days.... like clockwork! This after no bloom last season due to an early spring and late killing frost....
    Horse chesnut.

    Just finished...
    Dandelion
    Fruit trees
    Forgot to mention the 6 acres of cultivated blueberries I had 4 hives working. Bloom was at peak Tuesday evening during my visit to check on things, and then this happens just 24 hours later. http://youtu.be/RLQd5jR0xtg So sorry for my friend, and the loss of his season! Not sure how the girls faired; assuming they're a little shook up, but OK.
    Last edited by jhirsche; 05-24-2013 at 08:25 AM.

  4. #124
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    Zip 13210
    1 April 2014
    Snowdrop - bees bringing in small loads of the first pollen of the year... deep orange color.
    Last edited by jhirsche; 04-02-2014 at 05:41 AM.

  5. #125
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    Callery Pear since yesterday.

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    Bradford pear is blooming. Too bad bees don't forage on it.
    "Beekeeping. It's a journey, not a destination." Mark Berninghausen

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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2015

    3/11/2015
    14903
    Big Flats, NY

    Skunk Cabbage is up through 8" of snow.

    20150311 Skunk Cabbage SM.jpg
    Third year underway, been a fascinating and fun journey so far. Have learned enough to know I have much more to learn.

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    Black Cherry started blooming here in the Low Country of SC a couple days ago. Yellow Jasmine and Lilac has been blooming for a while. Clover and dandelion too.
    "Beekeeping. It's a journey, not a destination." Mark Berninghausen

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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2015

    14850
    Crocus - today is first real bloom 4/12/2015
    Bees are all over them!

  10. #130
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    Brooklyn, NY 11215

    Very first forsythia blooms.
    Crocuses and early daffodils in full bloom.

    Jess

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    Nassau County, NY:

    Lesser Celandine
    Red Deadnettle (bees are bringing in bright red pollen from these)
    Germander Speedwell
    Dandelion (only ONE dandelion in bloom right now: the first and the only. Soon to be followed by many more).
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    NASSAU COUNTY, NY

    Shepherd's purse
    Pussy willow
    Spicebush

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    14903
    Big Flats, NY
    5/2/2015
    Dandelions
    Third year underway, been a fascinating and fun journey so far. Have learned enough to know I have much more to learn.

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    5/18/15

    Black Locust

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    14903
    Big Flats NY
    5/24/15 Black Locust
    Third year underway, been a fascinating and fun journey so far. Have learned enough to know I have much more to learn.

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    Basswood just starting.
    Ransomville, NY 14131

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    7/21/15
    06752 - Bridgewater, CT
    Rose of Sharon

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    14131
    Ransomville, NY
    8/15 Buckwheat planted 7/17
    Variety is "Koto". Full of bees this morning.

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    14903
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    Japanese Knotweed
    It's been blooming in places for the past 10-15 days, but in just the past few days have the bees started to collect it. The smell of the hives changed from Goder rod to something very sweet, and they are getting heavy, fast.
    Third year underway, been a fascinating and fun journey so far. Have learned enough to know I have much more to learn.

  20. #140
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    Default New York

    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 08:01 AM.
    Regards, Barry

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