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Flowermix: They are beautiful and benefit our plant and insect biodiversity


QQ-Flowermix


Did you know, that bees and other insects help us by pollinating a third or more of the food we eat?


Flowers are a delight to the eye, and they benefit our plant and insect biodiversity, as many flowering crops require insect pollination.


A large part of our food, eaten globally, comes from only three crops, that is maize, wheat and rice. It means that wherever we look in the agricultural landscape, what we see is cereals, cereals and again cereals. This is destroying our soils, becoming degraded, and affecting negatively our wild flora and fauna, the beauty of nature, and the attractiveness of being part of the nature.


The flowering plants offer a rich variety of pollen and nectar for honey bees, wild bees, bumble bees and a wide variety of insects. These bees and other insects ensure an invaluable fertilization of both useful plants and the wild flora, for the benefit of the farmer, fruit growers, garden owners, beekeepers and anyone who moves into the countryside and enjoys the great richness of species and color.


The QQ Flower-Mixesare perfect for attracting bees, insects and birds.

The Flower-Mixes provide food and nectar to a wide range of pollinators. It is just a wonderful and colorful mix of varying plant sizes and flowering times.


There are two types of flowermix by QQ:


FlowerMix QQ No.1 - ANNUAL

FlowerMix QQ No. 2. – PERENNIAL


Watch this small video about our flowermix:


These bees and other insects ensure an invaluable fertilization of both useful plants and the wild flora


QQ Flowermix no. 1 is selected and composed for the purpose to ensure flowering over a long period, ie. throughout the summer, thus offering a rich variety of pollen and nectar for honey bees, wild bees, bumble bees and a wide variety of insects. See specification here


QQ Flowermix no. 2 is a perennial mixture selected and composed for the purpose of ensuring flowering over a long period, i.e. throughout the summer, or through two or more seasons. See specification here