How Bulbs can Help the Pollinators


Saturday, September 14th,

10:00 am – 11:00 am

Late winter and early spring is a critical time for our native pollinators. Because our native bees emerge earlier than non-native Eastern European honeybees, they are out foraging before we even think about gardening. That is where our earliest bulbs come in! Join Nancy as she teaches you about the many bulbs that you should plant this fall that will support native pollinators from February thru April. Learn how to plant in drifts and naturalize with early bulbs. Then we will put the bulbs in order by succession of bloom for CT.


Categories: ,