I'm in Maryland, so just a little south of you. Just overwintered my first hive and have a couple of more packages on the way. When do you normally start feeding your hives for spring buildup. I've been agonizing over this for the past couple of weeks. My hive seems to be in pretty good shape, I wintered them on 2 deeps with plenty of stores and they have yet to touch the sugar I mountain camped on top of the inner cover. I keep thinking about pulling the trigger and putting some pollen patties and some sugar syrup on to get them drawing and building up as fast as possible, however, I've heard you need to be careful feeding them too long before the first flow. I'm thinking we should be getting dandilions and some early flows in a month tops. What are your thoughts?