Everyone can do something good for insects. Therefore, we undertook to create a bee-friendly environment (as an umbrella organism) and other pollinators. We have prepared a list of perennials and we have purchased seeds of native meadow plants, which, introduced in our area, will improve the living conditions of animals. The aim of creating a flower meadow is also to draw attention of local stakeholders to conduct awareness-raising activities concerning the importance of pollinators and wild birds in the ecosystem transformed by a man.

Among the plants we have selected are, among others
Iris pseudacorus - yellow iris
Iris sibirica - Siberian iris
Geranium pratense - meadow geranium
Allium angulosum - garlic angular
Centaurea jacea - Brown-rayed knapweed
Lythrum salicaria - purple loosestrife
Salvia pratensis - meadow sage
Lychnis flos-cuculi - Silene flos-cuculi
Lysimachia nummularia - creeping jenny
Trollius europaeus - globeflower.