Vegetation in India

India is a very large country, with very different climatic conditions.

Therefore the landscape, different depending upon region, is very and reaches from tropical rain forests, with a multiplicity of exotic flowers and plants up to leaves and coniferous forests

Vegetation in east India.
The Himalaja is in the eastern part, due to the high amount of precipitation, with rain and damp forests
which remain green throughout the year. The western part is somewhat light since it is there also drier.

Vegetation in west India
In the west of India one finds from there above all deciduous trees such as castania and oaks.
For this area the Rhododendren is completely particularly typical.

The high valleys of Ladakh consist predominantly of wild-like steppe landscapes.
In the higher mountain situations one finds then above all coniferous trees such as jaws and zedern.

Vegetation in south India
The south of India, which is covered with tropical forests predominantly, resident many spice plants such as ginger, cinnamon, pepper and cardamon.
The southern region is also admits for the multiplicity of coconuttrees, which prosper here everywhere.
In the Westghats, which are covered with tropical rain forest by the high amount of precipitation very fruitfully and, one finds different kinds of fern and orchidee in the most diverse forms and colors.

One, in India, knows bamboo plants into which most different kinds and most diverse regions find,
they are very far common and particularly resistable.
One finds the niemtrees, which is used for medical purposes, however only within the very dry ranges of India, like in the central Dekkan or in Rajasthan.
One finds mangrover particularly at the east coast, whereby the largest mangrovearea India in the course Brahamputra delta is to be found.
The Sal is a typical tree species for the northern part of India, while one can find the Teaktree predominant in the western and central Dekkan.