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  1. #141
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    Murphy, TX
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    75407: Princeton, TX (North East Dallas)
    Sep 15, 2017
    Goldenrod and Maximilian sunflower

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  3. #142
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    Katy, TX
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    77450: Far West Harris County (Katy)
    Feb 1st 2018
    Red Maple in full bloom

  4. #143
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    Orange Grove, TX
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    78372 Jim Wells County (South Texas)
    2-7-18
    Agarito and Black Brush are starting.
    2-14-18
    Agarito full bloom.
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  5. #144
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    Liberty Hill, Texas
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    Elm and Ash trees are in bloom. My bees started bringing it in about Wednesday last week.
    78642 Hill Country Central Texas. Peach trees are not in bloom at this time nor are pear trees.

  6. #145
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    Orange Grove, TX
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    Guajillo is starting in Jim Wells and Live Oak counties. Will be in heavy production in 7-10 days.
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  7. #146
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    Houston, TX, USA
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    Houston, TX 77074

    I saw yesterday (4-16) theChinese Tallow is about to pop.
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  8. #147
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    Orange Grove, TX
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    Guajillo is all but played out in South Texas.
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  9. #148

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    78669 - Spicewood, TX, Burnet County - just northwest of Austin in Central Texas
    Honey Mesquite blooming very well now. Noticed the first blooms on one tree about a week ago, now multiples are.

    Just to note: Weather's been WEIRD this year. MUCH hotter and drier than normal. Since April it's rained a good rain about once a month, sporadically over the area, when usual is weekly or more with everyone getting drenched. Temps usually in 80s and 90s in May and June have been high 90s and even 100 (today's temp = 100, heat index = 104).

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