Redleaf Rose

(Rosa glauca)

Cultivated forms of roses” often have double flowers that offer little nectar and pollen to the insect world. The flowers of wild roses, like the Redleaf Rose, contain no nectar but a lot of pollen for the local wild- and honey bees.



Cooperation "Biodiversity and Environmental Protection

As part of the educational initiative "Biodiversity and Environmental Education", a green lawn was transformed into a colourful, species-rich garden on this site by the pupils of the Längenfeld Primary School and Middle School Nature Park Schools.