For a lot of pollinators the livelihood declined because of the intensification of agriculture over the last decades. Because of the reduction of plant and animal diversity in modern agricultural landscape by habitat loss and other factors a lot of species are endangered. The task in this masters thesis is to figure out, if wildflower strips are a good surrogate for grassland. Therefor 20 plots, like wildflower strips and grassland, on two different locations were researched concerning their supply of flowering aspect and pollinators, during May, June and July 2015. The result is that wildflower strips are a good surrogate for grassland. Wildflower strips generate a better or quite similar flowering aspect like the grassland. However, it is just for a short period possible. The reason for that is the composition of the wildflower strips with only a few number of annual plant species. Consequently they offered just for a relatively short time nourishment for the pollinators, in contrast to the grassland which offered nourishment for a much longer time. That comes to a quite good number of pollinators on the wildflower strips, but just till such time as the flowering aspect is on a high level. Further, the number of plant species has an effect on the flowering aspect, because if there are more flowering species the flowering aspect is for a longer time on a higher level. Furthermore, a rising quantity of plant species leads to a rising quantity of pollinator species. Thereby is the combination of the different plant species on wildflower strips and on grassland essential. Another important factor is the way of cultivation. So flowering aspect, number of plant species and quantity of pollinator species and individuals were on extensive grassland much higher than on intensive grassland. Likewise wildflower strips, which are a good surrogate for grassland, can lose their value if they are cut down at the wrong moment. To prevent that, the combination of plant species should be more species-rich and the flowering time of the species should have a better distribution during the growing season. In addition it is very important that the wildflower strips are not cut down before they are completely finished with flowering. By doing this, wildflower stripes are able to be a good surrogate for grassland during a long time.