2016 flower blooming logbook

Capturing a calendar log of what flowers bloomed and when was an easy task to get under way without a lot of thought.   Completing the task was more difficult.  I began by walking around the back yard and neighborhood several times a week and taking note of each new flower I found blooming.  At the end of the day, I would write down what I found.

Using this technique, I was successful recording new blooms until it was time to go on vacation.  Vacation disrupted my routine and I never recovered.  Life has a way of interrupting with new things to do.

I also discovered that without taking a written list of flowering plants with me on my rounds, It was not easy to notice what had stopped blooming.  We will try again in 2017.

Below you will find a monthly tabulation of what is blooming.  I do not currently have the ability to show this in a calendar format yet but we’ll try to make this happen as we improve the tabulation during 2017. It wbloom date and flower name.ould also be great to be able to be able to search by

I also missed reporting some wildflowers that I could not identify.  Having a good wildflower reference book available in 2017 will improve the reporting.

  • March 2016,
  • April 2016
  • May 2016
  •  June 2016
  • July 2016
  • August 2016
  • September 2016



This was an easy tasks to begin.

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