How about the Heytex wildflower meadow?

Last year, Hytex deliberately had experts plant a bee-friendly wildflower meadow on a fallow area on its company site.

For a long time it looked as if nothing was happening here, but appearances were deceptive:

–> Of the 34 species sown, 76% have become established

–> Another 43 species have settled spontaneously.

–> It is exciting that there are also rare species, such as the bicolored forget-me-not or the mountain sandbell. The seeds seem to have rested in the soil and were stimulated to germinate by the tillage. Who knows what treasures still rest here?

No one has visibly moved into our bee hotel yet, but there is quite a lot going on in the surrounding area. We do not give up hope – it remains exciting.