Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Help increase biodiversity in cities and in the countryside and turn the citizens garden into a natural retreat for bees and insects.
Biodiversity is fragile. Bees are dying and a there are far fewer others insects due to a lack of food. This is because the reducing number of different flower species. It is important to pollinate plants and flowers, because we depend on nature for food, natural resources and even medication.
Tips for more biodiversity in the garden
- Encourage people to seed flowers in the garden. Create a garden full of various butterfy and beefriendly plants. These bee and butterfly seed mixtures contain a selection of the most attractive seeds for insects. The seed mix bags are suitable for 4m².
It will surprise you how much cities can still contribute to biodiversity. Creating a varied and plant-rich environment can ofcourse also be done on the balcony, on the roof terrace or in the (small) garden. There are plenty of beautiful flower pots or balcony hangers that are suitable for potting a nice flower mix.
2. Empty walls and other corners can easily be provided with small and beautifully designed bee houses and insect hotels, so that bees and other insects can nest or stay overnight. The houses and hotels have a roof against rainwater, so the wood lasts longer and the house stays dry. This is very helpful, because bees like to nest in a dry place. By the way, our newest bee houses have cardboard straws to protect the bees' wings.
A new and diverse instore shelf planogram This new shelf arrangement offers space for a varied range of articles that promote biodiversity. Examples and informative signs can inspire consumers to design their own living or working environment in a natural way. The header card tells the story of your product range, so it's useful to order them with it.
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