Flowering meadows are home for a wide range of flowers, making them particularly interesting for pollinators and insects. These insects also comprise of many beneficial organisms that contribute to biological pest control in agriculture. These meadows are also an important food source and refuge for many other animals.
- Plant native flower seeds and cover them with a very thin layer of soil – a few millimetres is enough.
- Then compress the soil.
- Keep the soil moist during the first four weeks..
- Our tip: This also works on a balcony using a smaller pot.