Contact-free Deliveries in January 2021


I hope you had a happy and healthy holiday season. And what a way to start the new year? Over 70 degrees! Gotta love Kentucky’s mixed-up weather.

My next contact-free deliveries will be Tuesday, Jan. 12 (Bowling Green) and Wednesday, Jan. 13 (Glasgow). I will have:

Gift certificates are available for my native plants during the 2021 season. Plants should start being available in April.
  • Locally produced honey from my bees located on my farm in Barren County,13 oz glass, hexagonal jar for $12
  • Plants Honey Bees Use in the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys by Shannon Trimboli, 302 page, hardcover for $32 (tax included – I’m happy to sign your book if you would like for me to do so)
  • A wide variety of nature and farm-related notecards featuring photographs that I took, $5.25 (including tax) – see all the options at https://shannontrimboli.com/shop/
  • Gift cards for native plants from my nursery, Busy Bee Nursery & Consulting (you choose the amount, plants must be picked up in Bowling Green or Glasgow and will be available starting in April 2021)
I have approximately 20 jars of honey left for sale from my 2020 harvest.

To order, send me an email with a list of what you want and whether you want to pick it up in Bowling Green or Glasgow. More details about how the contact-free deliveries work can be found at https://shannontrimboli.com/contact-free-deliveries/. The deadline to place an order for this round of contact-free deliveries is 8:00 a.m., Monday, Jan. 11. Let me know if you have any questions.

Have a great day!
Shannon

P.S.: If you haven’t already heard, I launched a new podcast! It can be found on your favorite listening app by searching for “Backyard Ecology.” New episodes come out every Thursday. You can also find all the episodes and show notes on my Backyard Ecology website. https://www.backyardecology.net/posts/podcast/

My book, Plants Honey Bees Use in the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys, is the first book to focus on the plants used by honey bees in the states containing the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys (AL, GA, IL, IN, KY, MS, NC, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV).

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