The bee forage in central Wisconsin is continuing to bloom. All of the clovers are still in bloom; White dutch, Yellow sweet, white sweet, Ladino, Alsike and prairie. These plus alfalfa are the primary nectar sources.
The roadside plantings of birdsfoot trefoil, crown vetch and sweet clover are all doing well also.
The black locust flow is long past, but some areas may also get some nectar from basswood and linden trees.
In wild areas milkweed, thistles and bee balm are also contributing to the flow. Still be make an appearance are joe pye weed, coneflowers, sunflowers and asters.