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  1. #21
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    Central Texas, Ceder,Juniper and hackberry. Pollen count 10.5

    Thanks,
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    ;) Good Day Craig W.<br /><a href=\"http://www.weaversproduce.mysite.com\" target=\"_blank\">www.weaversproduce.mysite.com</a>

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    mar 15 first dogwood bloom...

    (texas) dewberries into full bloom....

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    march 18 first wah-he-ya (it is spelled with a g but right now tecumseh need not go there) bloom sighted.

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    white pollen.. uh huh.

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    Central Texas 77872-6406 for all other posts concerning this I have made. Apple bloom today 3/24/06.

    Craig
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    Seen an early Bluebonnet, the only one with bloom half opened. 75451

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    sumac just starting to open.

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    Texas 75402
    Vitex is in full swing here. Has been blooming for a couple of weeks. The bumble bees were really working it over, along with a few honey bees and yellow jackets.

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    feb l8.... hairly vetch... 77845

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    77845

    feb 28 red bud

    march 2 haws, wild plums

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    3/7/07 -- today was pop day in northeast Texas. Ornamental pear, wild plum, and the first redbuds all popped out today. We have had a couple of small flows earlier but I'm not sure what. 28 degrees Sunday morning, mid 70's daytime since then.

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    77845... march 11, 2007
    dewberries, paint brush

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    75402 northeast Texas
    3/20/07 willow

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    77327
    5/14/2007
    Chinese Tallow

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    Cactus Flower
    5/11/07
    Hobbyist

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    5/19/2007
    Devil's Walking Stick

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    Vitex, soybeans-- 01 June 2007 -- started this week in northeast Texas 75402
    Horsemint started about 20 May.
    Vetch is about done.

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    Bloom dates for Honey Mesquite and Horsemint in South Texas

    From Bob Fromme

    Honey Mesquite started blooming around 7/15/2007 at our location, 30 miles southeast of San Antonio, Texas (Zip 78114)

    Family Fabaceae Pea family
    Genus Prosopis L. mesquite
    Species Prosopis glandulosa Torr. honey mesquite

    After overcast skies and lots of rain this summer, I noticed our bees taking advantage of some sunshine today as they were working over the Mesquite blossoms en force. (7/22/2007)

    Horsemint or Beebalm (Also called Lemon Mint, Lemon Balm, Purple Horsemint, Lemon Bee Balm) Monarda citriodora started blooming here around 7/1/2007


    Family: Lamiaceae (lay-mee-AY-see-ay) (Info)
    Genus: Monarda (mo-NAR-duh) (Info)
    Species: citriodora (sit-ree-oh-DOR-uh) (Info)

    Synonym:Monarda citriodora subsp. citriodora

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    09-20-07 at 78728

    Goldenrod
    Partridge pea - Cassia fasciculata
    Texas kidneywood - Eysenhardtia texana
    Broomweed - Amphiachyris amoena
    Cenizo (purple sage) - Leucophyllum frutescens
    Gayfeather - Liatris spicata
    ~May your hive thrive
    Aisha

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    Default Bees working over Koelreuteria paniculata

    From Bob Fromme

    Blooming Koelreuteria paniculata (Golden Rain Tree)

    September 18, 2007

    zip - 78114 (rural address 30 miles southeast of San Antonio)

    This past week, our ladies have really been working the bloom on this invasive tree of Asian origin.

    In the past, I have not been fond of this tree. The blooms are beautiful but the birds soon have the seeds sprouting all over the yard. However, with most of the plants in our area in bloom from spring to early summer, this tree offers the bees a nice boost at the end of our summer when pollen and nectar are scarce.

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