In the area of the forestry are found the following types of oak, summer oak, blagun oak, Carpinus Orientalis, acacia, Gleditschia triacanthos, Quercus Pubescens, Fraxinus Ornus, acer, silver lime etc. Apart from Cerris, common is the red oak, winter oak, summer oak, blagun oak. Other more common tree species are Gleditschia Triacantho, mountain ash, maple, silver lime. There are also hornbeam, Carpinus Betulus, elm, Fraxinus Ornus, birch, walnut, wild plums, Mahaleb Cherry, Colеus, pear, mulberry, Acer platanoides, Acer Negundo, field maple, Malus Sylvestris, various poplars and willows.
There are trees that do not occupy a large area as lilac, apricot, wild husks, laburnum, Acer Tataricum, Sophora, Corylus colurna, Sorbus Torminalis, Ailanthus Altissima, Aesculus Hippocastanum.

Qurcus Robur (fluffy oak)is a deciduous tree belonging to the Fagaceae  family. The trunk is straight with a height of 50 m, the crust is deep and brown-black. The crown is wide, with vigorous branches. The acorn is its fruit and it is yellowish brown. It lives up to 500-600 years, exceptionally reaches 2000 years.

Acer Campestre (field maple) is a short shaft (15 m), it has leaves with 5 (3) uncogged and small lobes. The fruits have kind of straight wings, so that together form an angle of 180°. This is a hardwood tree which is used to manufacture carts and tool handles, agricultural tools etc.

Tataricum Acer (Tatar Maple) is a short shaft, which is part of Aceraceae family, with a height of 10 m. It has a smooth gray bark. The trunk has a diameter of 30 cm, with a gray-brown bark. The leaves are wide and elipsoidal, with a length of 7 to 12 cm. This shaft has winged red-purple fruit.

Cotinus Coggygria is a large shrub, it has  alternate leaves, oval and long, with the entire borders. The flowers are grouped in gray-yellow and they have a fluffy panicles creating the smokelike appearance around the plant. Blossoms appear in June.

Acer Campestre
(field maple)
Tataricum Acer
(Tatar Maple)
Cotinus Coggygria

Adonis Vernalis (Bird’s Eye) is a beautifula bright yellow flower. It always flourishes around Easter. It is said that these flowers would be born of the tears of crucified Christ. Another legend, much older, about the Latin names of flower - Adonis vernali - reminds about the Greek Adonis, a handsome hunter who fell in love with Aphrodite. Ares, god of war, who was also inlove with goddess of beauty, kills him, but  Adonis is turned into a plant, bird's-eye, that blooms from March to April.

Amygdalus Nana (Dwarf Almond) is a shrub with a height of 1.5 m. The flowers are pink, it blooms from April to May, and fruits are red.

Ranunculus Illyricus (Buttercup) is a perennial mid-sized (20-60 cm, depending on soil). The name comes from the appearance of flower: the branched and thick root looks like a claw. The flower is colored differently depending on the species: red, pink, orange, however, they are usually bright yellow. This plant flourishes by instalments, from May to the beginning of July.

Adonis Vernalis
(Bird’s Eye)
Amygdalus Nana
(Dwarf Almond)
Ranunculus Illyricus

Carduus Nutans (thistle) is a common plant on our land. It has a great capacity to protect the body and help you cope with toxins and poisons. It is a thorny plant that grows in dry pastures, uncultivated places, roadsides and fields.

Orientalis Carpinus is a native shrub that rarely exceeds 5 m, it is similar to hornbeam but it is much smaller. The bark is smooth, gray, and the leaves are oval and small. With soft oak, Turkish sour cherry, manna, it makes up thickets on sunny slopes. It  has a temper of light.

Jasminum Fruticans (Wild Jasmine). In the symbolic language of flowers jasmine is associated with grace, love and kindness as it spreads its fragrance generously. Jasmine grows wild as a small shrub with thorny branches, leaves are little crooked and the flowers are  yellow and  fragrant.

Carduus Nutans
Orientalis Carpinus Jasminum Fruticans
(Wild Jasmine)

Rubus Fruticosus (Blackberry) is a vigorous shrub with many stems, with strong thorns, leaves with five leaflets, white flowers. It has curative qualities and pharmaceutical shares.

Pulsatilla Vulgaris (pasqueflower) grows in spontaneous flora in lowland meadows, hills and mountains. It blooms spring time,in March-April, in bundles but never quite solitary. It is as beautiful and feeble as toxic.It is neve used internallz only in well dosed phytotherapeutic preparations, homeopathic or external use. The aerial part of the plant is harvested for therapeutic purposes. The Popular names: Easter flowers, cats, little sousl, wind grass, fish flower.

Paeonia Tenuifolia (steppe peony) is a perennial, rare and protected herb. It blooms from the second half of April until the and of May. It  belongs to Paeoniaceae family.

Rubus Fruticosus
Pulsatilla Vulgaris
Paeonia Tenuifolia
(steppe peony)

Scilla Bifalia (viola flower) is the most famous and beloved flower. It belongs to Violaceae family. Distinct feature is the flowers consist of a maximum of 5 segments, located in the top of its long scape.
The main colors are white, violet, purple and yellow.

Satureja Hortensus (savory) is a perennial herb of the Lamiaceae family. It does not achieve more than 20-30 cm high. Savory flowers are small and their colour is white or pale pink. Savory is similar in appearance with rosemary. It is used in various meals.

Scutellaria Lateriflora (Mouth of the Wolf) is used in empirical medicine for convulsions treatment, against hysteria and anxiety states. Due to calming effects on the nervous system and muscle it was used in popular medicine to treat rabies, hence the name "mad dog’s weed". It is part of the mint family and it is used in therapy.

Scilla Bifalia
(viola flower)
Satureja Hortensus

Scutellaria Lateriflora
(Mouth of the Wolf)

Ajuga Chamaepitys is a species of flowering plant of the family Lamiaceae. Popularly known as Ground pine, the plant has the same characteristics and properties as Ajuga reptans. Ajuga Chamaepitys can be found in Europe, the Eastern part of the Mediterranean, and North Africa.

Ajuga Reptans is an herbaceous flowering plant native to Europe. This plant is often used as an ornamental plant.

Hyacinthella leucophaea. This is quite a large-flowered species with parallel-sided pale blue to virtually white bells with a hint of sky-blue. These are crowded together into a short spike, from which they jut at different angles to give a „quirky“ yet attractive appearance. This is short in stature, just 15 cm tall.

Ajuga Chamaepitys Ajuga Reptans Hyacinthella leucophaea

Cornus Mas (The European Cornel) is a species of dogwood native to southern Europe and southwest Asia. It is a medium to large deciduous shrub or small tree growing to 5–12 m tall, with dark brown branches and greenish twigs. The leaves are  4–10 cm long and 2–4 cm broad, with an ovate to oblong shape and an entire margin. The flowers are small (5–10 mm diameter), with four yellow petals, produced in clusters of 10–25 together in the late winter, well before the leaves appear. The fruit is an oblong red drupe 2 cm long and 1.5 cm in diameter, containing a single seed.

Crocus Sativus (Autumn Saffron) is a Mediterranean plant, which produces the spice turmeric, aromatic oils and many other substances that are used in medical nutrition. Saffron is herbaceous plant, perennial crops, which can reach 30-40 cm in height. Its leaves are long and narrow. Its fruits are small and white. Flowers are purple, with purple lines. It grows underground stems (rhizomes) and belongs to Crocus species.

Dianthus Leptopetalu. Closely related to carnation, it is a beautiful flower that is found in Romanian gardens in almost all colors (white, red, purple, pink etc.).

Cornus Mas (The European Cornel) Crocus Sativus
(Autumn Saffron)
Dianthus Leptopetalu