Garden tips

Garden tips
Our goal is to promote pollinators and biodiversity, thus preserving community gardens as important urban habitats.

Here we present commonly suggested measures for the promotion of pollinator biodiversity in gardens from the literature.

Here are some examples that serve as a first introduction to the discussion on the practical implementation of promoting pollinators in one’s own garden. They will be revised and extended in next steps of our project on the basis of our research results.

© Ulrike Sturm


Deadwood is an important habitat for many insects. It serves as food, shelter or nesting material. You can easily do something for wild bees and other important insects by offering or creating a deadwood pile.

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