The extinction of pollinators is a global problem. The motivation of the study was to find out what kind of benefits will be a long-lasting and effective feeding base for pollinators. The project presents the characteristics of preferences for penetration of plots depending on their species diversity by selected representatives of types of pollinators. It analyses the activity of insects in terms of living and acquiring food in the areas of the investigated plots. The study demonstrates the limited role of monocultures as a feeding base in the context of the timing of food availability and the exclusionary effect on the presence of some types of pollinators. The results of this study allow us to present possible solutions to the revitalization of urban green spaces and agriculture.