23093 Louisa VA
23093 Louisa VA
Starting 4th year, 8TBHs, 5 Langs. Cub Creek Bees
23040 Cumberland Va. 13-June
Bees and other pollinators hitting the Staghorn Sumac hard today. Still on white clover and chestnut as well.
Unusually decent amount of rain has kept the White Clover lush.
Chickory is in bloom
First round of sumac gone, second not far off
Lots of various Pollen Bearers producing
Second helping of Staghorn in bloom.
White Clover still kicking
Rose of Sharon
The Bees are the Beekeepers
Goldenrod coming in heavy
Pollen stained hive entrance!
What is needed:
•zip code, city or county
•date when the plant first bloomed
•name of the plant
•comments - example: if it was the end of the bloom just add that to the comments
Last edited by Barry; 02-05-2016 at 08:08 AM.
75 ft. Maple tree off the side porch has a few buds opening on the lower branchs. I have been checking her daily for a week now first day i have seen any buds start to open.
Bees working red maple in Big Stone Gap, VA 24219. The red maple in our yard is not in full bloom yet, but the bees have been working the tree for two days now.
Lyndhurst, VA 22952
Bees were all over them.
24450 Rockbridge County
Noticed several trees with open buds. About 500 acres of mature forest across the street.
Bees traffic jammed at the entrance bringing in pollen.
Noticed a few in the yard this week that have now gone to seed. Others blooming today. Scattered though. Bees found them.
Gladys, Va 24554 March 6, 2016
Red maples and Pink cherries just budding
Few yellow dandelions starting
Peach trees and blueberries popped open yesterday
Flowering cherries open in some places
Peach trees, Plum trees, cherries all came out today. Blueberries will be out by monday if this weather keeps up.
23322 Chesapeake, Va
24450 Lexington VA
Rockbridge County 2000'
23662 York County VA within sight of York River, tributary to Chesapeake Bay
02/05/2017 (this year, Super Bowl Sunday)
first dandelion blooms
purple ground cover flowerettes
"I thought I made a mistake once, but I was wrong." (heard often from the late David Sebree) Still making them, myself