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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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    4-8-05 Ga.

    clover is starting to bloom.
    apple trees not blooming yet.
    dogwood tree blooming about 4 days now.
    some kind of wild trees covered in bloom (not sure what it is)looks like it might be wild pursimmon's is my best guest.
    Ted

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    Atlanta, GA 30306

    Tulip Poplar ENDING(approx 90%+ of flowers have fallen) - high confidence

    Blackberry ENDING(approx 90%+ of flowers have fallen) - low to moderate confidence

    Hyssops STARTING, first blooms - high confidence

    First two constitute the majority of our flow
    Ask two beekeepers, get three answers

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    Atlanta, GA
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    Mimosa Trees just started blooming
    Ask two beekeepers, get three answers

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    Sourwood 6/11/05 Zip 30152

    Mature trees in my neighborhood are white. My 8 footer is a few days away. Think they are a week or two early.

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    Wildflower winding down, but still trickling in. Sourwood beginning, a week to full flow.

    BubbaBob

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    bradford pairs have already bloomed, regular fruit pairs are blooming now, peach tree's blooming now! BR549.
    Ted

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    30152
    Pear, both flowering and fruiting are about finished. Same for wild and flowering cherry. My peach are dropping petals now. Camellia are going strong and getting a lot of attention. Red maple is done and setting seed around here. Burford holly began to bloom this week and will be busy if the temp goes back up a bit. I've seen acouple of dogwood blossoms begining to open but they are still green and at least a week or two away. The tulip popular are just beginning to show green and will be another couple of weeks too.

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    some clover blooming now, apple buding to bloom...30817
    Ted

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    30152 Kennesaw, Ga.
    Wild Cherokee Rose for about two weeks. (Bees are really working it over.)
    Clover blooming for a week.
    Blackberry just beginning.
    Japanese Privit just beginning.
    Tomatoes just starting to bloom.

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    Previously posted on another thread ...

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    5/21/2006

    Staghorn Sumac is in full bloom now. Noticed a lot of it one the way in to work this morning. Sumac makes a nice, amber honey. You can really smell it in the beeyard when their bringing the sumac nectar. Smells like money!

    We've had a good flow here so far. I may have to add more supers. I've got 3 mediums almost full on 4 of my hives.

    Jim
    I've found it easier to keep bees than keep relationships. At least when I'm stung by bees I know why.

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    Noticed my girls beginning to work the Red Maple.

    zip code 30152

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    Japanese Privet (Ligustrum japonicum)

    5/15/2007

    Rome, GA
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    I've found it easier to keep bees than keep relationships. At least when I'm stung by bees I know why.

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    Crape myrtle 30294

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    Staghorn sumac, 06/20/2007 - Ellenwood, GA 30294

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    Jerusalem artichoke - 06/27/2007
    Ellenwood, GA 30294

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    Kudzu. Ellenwood, GA 30294

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    Default Goldenrod

    Goldenrod started blooming about 09/20/2007

    Ellenwood, GA 30294

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    Maple started Tuesday this week. A Forsynthia here and there, but those crazy things will bloom at first signs of a warm day. First I saw was 3 weeks ago.
    "Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." Winston Churchill

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    Dandelion 30461

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