// May 20, 2023
Happy World Bee Day
Fan out for wild bees and other insects!
Today on World Bee Day, when the UN calls for protection for bees, we energized the existing Live To Love flower meadows for insects. We planted additional wildflowers in the ground that are popular with bees: mealy sage, grass carnation, goldenseal, and catnip
Even though it is only a few inches tall, the bee is one of the world's third most important "life keepers." About 80 percent of all plants - including fruits and vegetables - depend on pollination by bees. It not only ensures the diversity of the plant world, but also contributes significantly to the nutrition of humans and animals.
Pesticides attack both the nervous and immune systems of bees.
Short-flowering monocultures also affect the lives of bees. They cannot provide the small winged animals with the necessary biodiversity and also have a negative impact on arable soil and drinking water. All monoculture plants bloom at the same time and the bees starve if they cannot switch to other plants.
All bees are also happy to have small places of refuge to which they can retreat. For this reason, nesting aids were also produced during our campaign, which anyone can easily build.
Being active together for the preservation of life on earth is an endless joy!
With warm regards
Your Live To Love Team