It’s been an unusually warm winter in some parts of the country, with springtime temperatures and very little snow. How is nature responding? Purdue entomologist Tom Turpin and horticulturalist Kristin Schleiter of the New York Botanical Garden discuss how an early spring affects flower buds, beetles and bees.
Kristin Schleiter is the Acting Director of Outdoor Gardens at the New York Botanical Garden. She’s based in Bronx, New York.
Tom Turpin is a Professor of Entomology at Purdue University. He’s based in West Lafayette, Indiana.