A wide variety of flowering plants provides safe havens and meeting points for a number of insects. By providing insects with the flower-filled habitats they need to survive, we are doing our bit to preserve biodiversity. Some types of plants are especially attractive to insects, and a well-loved meeting place for insects such as bees.
Lavender is suitable for many species of bees, bumblebees and butterflies. Butterfly lavender is a particularly popular meeting place for this type of insect.
Tip: How to plant flower boxes to attract bees
Planting multiple lavender plants in our balcony flower box “Padua” creates an attractive meeting place for nature’s little helpers.
Herbs such as rosemary, sage or thyme aren’t just something for people to enjoy, they are also an oasis of enjoyment for insects and provide nature’s little helpers with a tasty source of food.
Tip: Bowls for herb arrangements
Bees love dahlias, asters and daisies
They aren’t just a feast for the eyes, but also a well-loved meeting place for insects such as bees.
Tip: Flowering plant arrangements
Combine various types of flowering plants in our vessels and create an enticing buffet for both humans and animals alike.