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    Crimson clover and white clover are in full bloom here. Dandelion started a couple weeks ago but there's not a lot of it around here. Wisteria, azaleas, and dogwoods are also in full bloom but I'm not sure how good they are for bee forage.

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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2011

    30044
    4/10/11
    Tulip Poplar
    This tree is always an early bloomer compared to Tulip Poplars nearby. Biggest nectar flow in this area.

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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2011

    Sumac is just about done here (Barrow County, GA). From what I've read it's about a month early. We have had some oppressive heat and it's been dry. Sure hope we don't have to feed this fall!

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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2011

    30523
    6/25/2011
    Sourwood

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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2012

    30427
    01/01/2012 - Lamium amplexicaule "henbit deadnettle"
    01/01/2012 - Capsella bursa-pastoris "shepherd's purse" and various other species of the Brassicaceae family
    01/24/2012 - Juniperus virginiana "eastern redcedar"
    01/24/2012 - Gelsemium sempervirens - "yellow jessamine"
    01/26/2012 - Acer rubrum "red maple"
    01/27/2012 - Pinus taeda "loblolly pine"

    Garrett
    You get what you get.

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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2012

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    01/29/2012 - Rumex spp. "dock", "sorrel", or "sourgrass"

    Garrett

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    Default Re: Post your bloom dates 2013!

    30316 - Atlanta, GA
    12-25-2012 - Continue to Bloom (Bees have been working on days above 45 degrees)
    Red Maple

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    Default Re: Do we need to start a new thread for 2013???????

    2/6/13, 30643, red maple.

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    Default Re: Do we need to start a new thread for 2013???????

    30643
    2/12/13
    Redbud

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    Default Re: Post your bloom dates 2013!

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    Peach trees started 4/1
    Plum trees 4/1

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    Default Re: Do we need to start a new thread for 2013???????

    This is for Woodstock Ga, Tulip Popular is starting to bloom!!!! April 22.

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    Default Re: Post your bloom dates 2013!

    Thomson, Georgia 30824

    We still have white clover blooming.

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    Thomson, Ga. 30824
    Mexican Heather
    Dec. 10, 2013

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    Default Re: Georgia

    Blackgum is about to bloom. I am afraid the flow may be over soon. Privet started blooming today in Carrollton.

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    Daffodils, some clover and ornamentals are popping up all over. Haven't seen any ladies flying near my property at the moment, or anywhere else for that matter (waiting to repop my hives). Judging by bud development on most of the flowering vegetation, I would not say more than a few weeks till the nectar flow starts kicking in full gear.
    Pickens County, GA

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    Default Re: Georgia

    Blue berry and dogwood.
    Haralson, Co. GA
    30113
    3 March 2018
    Working to propagate my survivors and staying treatment free USDA Zone 7b

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    Default Re: Georgia

    Apple
    Walnut Grove

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    Apple trees, Lilburn. Started a few days ago.
    My grandfather and great-uncle kept bees and my fiancée's grandfather, too. I want to pass this tradition along.

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