The City of Brussels carries out actions to protect, develop and promote plant and animal biodiversity on its territory.
Each year, the City of Brussels organises guided walks in the parks of Brussels. These free walks last approximately two hours. They allow participants to discover the richness of the biodiversity, remarkable trees and historic heritage of the green spaces of the City.
Support from Natagora
How to encourage biodiversity in your garden?
Brochure Invite nature in your garden!
Invitons la nature chez nous ! (PDF) (in French)
List of native plants useful for biodiversity
List of native plants useful for biodiversity (PDF, 2.73 MB)
The Department of Public and Green Spaces carries out actions to protect and enhance plant biodiversity in the city:
- Making the city greener together (in Dutch and French)
- Tree Plan
- Urban forest