Hardwood and softwood trees in the Blue Ridge Mountains bloom primarily in the spring, from March through June. May is the most prolific month, with dogwood and magnolia reaching their peak. The earliest blooming tree is the Silver Bell, which blooms in March.
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Susan Lundman began writing about children's health issues in 1990. Her work appears on eHow, GardenGuides, Trails and LIVESTRONG.COM, focusing on topics in healthy living, outdoor activities and gardening. She holds a Master of Arts in English from Stanford University,