When implementing our project, we are aware of the importance of every, even single species of plant and animal. Therefore, wanting to comply with the rules set out in 1980, which is biodiversity, we decided to plant plants around the water reservoir. For this purpose, we have selected plants that can withstand varying humidity conditions.

We chose 4 places for our plants. In each of them we planted different plants to emphasize the nature of the water reservoir. To the east of the depression, there are: brown knapweed, yellow iris and Silene flos-cuculi. To the south, we have created a place for Siberian irises, purple loosestrifeand cornflower (Centaurea cyanus). In the south-west, we planted meadow saffron, globeflower, meadow sage and sown the seeds of the desert bluebells. The last place is the escarpment on which they grow: Lysimachia nummularia (moneywort), meadow geranium and meadow sage.

Plants have been selected in such a way that, while blooming throughout the growing season, they provide a living and feeding place for insects.

We supplemented the space around the plants with garden soil and bark to prevent soil evaporation, which is extremely important in the period of intensifying drought.

After the works were completed, we went for a walk around the water reservoir to assess the colonization of the boxes and observe the appearing species of animals.