Feed the bees with your plants
Honeybees visit only one type of flower in each foraging. This is called "flower fidelity" and is what makes them such effective pollinators. Therefore, plant large clumps or perennials of individual species and thus optimize the bees' excursions.
For example, catnip, scabies, sage, thyme and hyssop are suitable for use in the garden and on the balcony.
Since honey bees are booming from March to September - they fly whenever the temperature is above 10° C, even in winter - early and late flowering plants are particularly valuable and provide food even before trees and fruit varieties are in flower.