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    Greenville, TX 75402

    First peachtree bloomed March 14
    Bigger bloom for peaches, plums, pears March 20
    Wild plum March 18

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    78850 D'hanis, TX
    Huajillo/Guajillo
    5 April
    Strong confidence
    Bob Allen

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    Greenville, TX 75402

    Red tip photina
    Indian paint brush
    coreopsis

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    center,tx 75935
    privet hedge- saw only one plant with one flower cluster open yesterday.

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    Greenville, TX 75402
    Mesquite is starting

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    center,tx 75935
    chinese tallow begining to produce nectar 5/22
    (usually starts around 5/12-5/15
    began producing last year 5/13/04

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    Short Golden Rod -- first bloom 7/20/05
    Looks like the rest is not far behind.
    Greenville, TX 75402

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    78255 Flame leaf Sumac Sept 14

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    bees bring in lots of yellow pollen. some wild mustand and dandelion are starting to bloom. cold wet spell last two days, but it looks like an early spring in central texas. I understand it never froze in Houston area.

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    Greenville, TX 75402
    Henbit is blooming starting 10 Feb.
    Wild plum blooming 12 Feb. (frozen back next day)

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    are we suppose to provide our zip code???

    winged elm and wild onion were beginning to bloom two days ago prior to the current cold snap. some patches of wild mustard in total bloom and cultivated mustard starting to head out. we have a very short purple flower here that I am uncertain if the girls work, but my wife calls them clocks???

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    I am at Zipcode 75025, just North of Dallas.
    Henbit is blooming, but I haven't seen any bees on it.

    Forsythia is just starting to bloom, although the freezes last weekend have stopped any new blooms opening.

    My little Johnny Jump Ups are blooming. Haven't seen bees on them, either.

    Everything else is still dormant or just at the swelling stage, but my bees are getting nectar from somewhere! [img]smile.gif[/img] They are also packing in pollen.

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    the redbud first bloomed feb 24, also the first signs of fruit trees (peach and pear) the same day. with the first sign of sunlight the wild onion are beginning to bloom profusely the same day.

    wild mustard began blooming earlier in the week (about) feb 20. the bees were working butter cups (small 4 petal yellow flower with waxy petal) and wild mustard feb 24.

    the yellow pollen is now a bit lighter and I assume it is from the mustard and butter cups. they are also bringing in a not quite red pollen who's origin is unknown to me.

    the cedar (ash juniper) tips are now dripping rusty brown. does anyone know if this cedar (distinct from eastern red cedar) is of any benefit to the bees?

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    first signs of vetch bloom today (fairly immature).

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    75402 wild plum is busting out all over after the 92 degrees today.

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    yep the plum, pears peachs are blooming (some as early as two week ago).

    first sighting of blue bonnet today.

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    23 Feb 06 Agarita 78255
    19 Feb 06 Black Brush 78850

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    Central Texas Oak, black Jack, Plum,willow and dandelion has been out for about 2 weeks.
    Craig
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    central texas 77845

    march 8 first bluebonnet bloom and wine cup sighted.

    march 10 first paintbrush bloom sighted.

    march 11 first blackberry bloom sighted.

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    Central Texas today plum, fig and Crept Mertle,
    Not sure about the spelling on the last, sorry.

    Craig
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