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    Default North Carolina

    Tulip poplar starting to bloom here. April 16,2005. White Clover started blooming about a week ago.

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    Coastal North Carolina

    Blueberries are done blackberries are blooming Gallberries have just begun

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    White clover ongoing; ligustrum's on the way out; magnolias and squash have just started; bees are very busy and very happy.

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    Sourwood in full bloom here in Western NC. It would help alot if it would QUIT RAINING!!!!!

    So, that would be 7-12-05, 28909.

    The best part is that when I parked the hive, I did it right underneath a Sourwood tree and didn't even know it...until yesterday,
    ~What do you know there's so much to be done
    Count all the bees in the hive, Chase all the clouds from the sky~

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    Bees left front porch Aug 1
    Apiary smelled like dead horse Aug. 2
    Saw the yellow tops for the first time Aug. 3
    Goldenrod has arrived in Center of N.C.

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    Red Maple and dandelion blooming now as well as Camellia and daffodil January 24, 2006

    Keep in mind that I am on the coast and it has been a really warm winter in high 60's even low 70's more days than not since first of the year.

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    Yellow bell and flowering pear ornamental tree seen bloomed for the first time Feb. 25. Center of NC.

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    Tulip Poplar
    27587 Wake Forest, NC

    Dave

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    tulip poplar 5/4

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    Forsythia, Red Maples (some), Dandylions.

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    [size="1"][ January 09, 2007, 04:01 PM: Message edited by: gardenbees ][/size]

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    Wild Mustard, mahonia aquifolium,flowering plum.

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    The holly on the campus here ate the University of North Carolina is starting to bloom, and I find bees on every bush/tree I look at.

    Zip - 27599
    Elevation - around 500 I think
    Date - 03-23-2007

    It probably helps that its 80 and sunny right now.
    Last edited by kawayanan; 03-23-2007 at 02:11 PM. Reason: added zip and elevation

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    Smile Zip 27613

    Black Locust blooming: 4/14/07
    Tulip Poplar flow started early: 4/14/07
    Triangle Bees

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    Smile blackberry blooming

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    4/19/07
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    Default Sourwood buds at last

    I did a tour of the area around me yesterday and finally found what I was looking for: the sourwood trees are getting ready to open up their blooms. I was afraid the Easter freeze had killed the buds, the way it did for the tulip poplars. I think it has a little but only to a very limited extent.

    Estimated first sourwood bloom date for southern NC mountains -- June 25-30

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    Sourwood first observed bloom 7/1 zip 28739

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    dandelions have been in bloom for about 3 weeks now. forsynthia (goldenrod bush) in bloom (saw one plant) zip 27983, it has been dry and warm up until the past week. we had about 1 " snow night before last ( 1-19-08 ) These plants are confused because of the warm weather. I have been told hostas had started coming up! This is crazy.

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    Noticed a few red maples in bloom today. May be another week before they really get going cause it's supposed to turn back cold again.
    Zip 27983

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    2/9/08-Red Maple-27410-first date I saw blooms and honeybees on them
    2/14/08-Leather Leaf Mahonia-27410
    2/23/08-Forsythia-27410
    2/23/08-Dandelion-27410

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    27410
    Blueberries-earliest of the plants to have blooms open enough for carpenter bees to get on.

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