British Columbia
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  1. #1
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    chilliwack, bc
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    Default British Columbia

    the hazel nuts are out here, a month before they should be. It's been impressively mild here.
    Will Gruenwald Chilliwack BC

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  3. #2
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    Feb 2011
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    Victoria, BC, Canada
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    Default Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2011

    • in Canada, so postal code: V8L 5S8
    • many items in bloom now: Witch hazels, Snow Crocus, Hellebore, Cyclamen coum, Sarcococca ruscifolia, Various heathers, Viburnum tinus


    I started a winter flower collection and am tracking the details on my web site (http://aprici.com).

    The bees in this area started gathering pollen on Jan 28.

  4. #3
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    Feb 2015
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    Vancouver, BC, Canada
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    v3y1y4
    18.05.2015 -Blackberry - very first blooms starting to pop.
    10.05.2015 Clover
    Blueberry is just finishing now.

  5. #4
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    Dec 1999
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    DuPage County, Illinois USA
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    Default British Columbia

    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
    Regards, Barry

  6. #5
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    Mar 2015
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    Kamloops, BC, Canada
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    Default Re: British Columbia

    First pollen of the year, haven't sorted out where its coming from yet.

    Kamloops, BC

    V2B 4E6

  7. #6
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    Mar 2015
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    Kamloops, BC, Canada
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    Default Re: British Columbia

    chinese elm,

    Kamloops, BC

    V2B 4E6

  8. #7
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    Sep 2018
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    British Columbia, Canada
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    Default Re: British Columbia

    Quesnel, B.C. v2j6y4

    I'm up out of the valley, a week or so later than, 'in town', and two weeks later than a little south, along the Fraser to Australian and Ft. Alexandria . Dandelions came out first week of May on the pipelines, mid May for the rest of us. Wild Strawberries are out now and while Maples are done, fruit trees are full bloom now. Just about every native flower, like lady slipper, and all the berries are flowering this week on. The conifers, Pine and Spruce, are loading up to full release, next few days and on on... its a very rich pollen environment, here.

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