Following on from an excellent presentation at our Land Trust’s annual meeting* by Dr. Kimberly Stoner from the Ct Ag. experiment station on native bees. I can’t wait for our crocus border! It always attracts the bees and now I know why. (early food source for overwintering bumble bee queens amongst others…and there are many different bumble bee species)

One of the best places for information:

Take particular note of the publications menu, a lot of information in it.

*In the interest of full disclosure, I am the Land Conservation Commission Chair on the board for the land trust.