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Busy Bee Nursery and Consulting

Helping you create your dream pollinator and wildlife habitat.

How We Can Help

We understand that creating the pollinator and wildlife habitat of your dreams means taking into account your unique circumstances, resources, and goals. That’s why we don’t offer cookie-cutter solutions. Instead we offer a variety of options for you to pick and choose the ones that work best for you at this moment in time. We want to meet you where you are at now and then be here to support you as your needs change.

Native Plants

Do you live in southcentral Kentucky or the nearby region?

Are you looking for a local source of native plants?

We’ve got you covered.

Habitat Consulting

Are you ready to get started, but not sure how?

Do you want help developing a plan for creating your dream pollinator and wildlife habitat?

We can help.

Educational Resources

Do you want to learn more about native plants, pollinators, wildlife, and creating habitat?

We offer a wide variety of educational resources for all levels of experience.

Who Are We?

We are Shannon and Anthony Trimboli. We are lifelong nature enthusiasts who love sharing our passion with others and helping them learn about native plants, pollinators, wildlife, and the ecosystems around them.

We have degrees in wildlife biology, ecology, and agriculture, as well as, a wide range of professional and personal experiences building upon those degrees.

Together, we bring two lifetimes worth of knowledge and experience associated with loving and exploring nature, plus a synergy that comes from over 30 years of friendship and working together on wildlife-related projects, not to mention over 25 years of marriage.

Like you, we are actively working on and managing our property to attract pollinators and wildlife. So, we understand all the excitement, challenges, frustrations, and celebrations that entails. We founded Busy Bee Nursery and Consulting as a way to provide our friends and others in our local community with native plants and to help them create the pollinator and wildlife habitat of their dreams.

Our Gift to You

Did you know that garden hardiness zones don’t mean anything when it comes to gardening with native plants?

If you’re like most people, then probably not. But when it comes to growing native plants, ecoregions are more important than the more familiar plant hardiness zones.

Learn more in Shannon’s e-book, An Introduction to Gardening with Native Plants: Hardiness Zones and Ecoregions. It’s our gift to you for subscribing to our email list. (You can unsubscribe at any time, but our goal is to make the information we share so valuable and pertinent to the questions you are asking that you’ll want to keep getting the emails.)