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likely more important than the time of blooming is the quantity of water in the soil. at least here without water in the ground you can have bloom and no nectar flow. matter of fact in the 7 or 8 states that I have lived and kept bees it worked there in exactly the same way.
 

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Jack writes:
do any of you in bordering states have the wild mints?

tecumseh:
here in texas we have a spring time mint plant called locally horse mint that is a good producer and give almost all the local honey just of trace minty twang.
 
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