A picture of a lily of the valley
A picture of a wood horsetail
A picture of a wood cranesbill

Many familiar plants grow on the southern slopes of this tree-covered hill. Our national flower, lily-of-the-valley, forms dense plant stand populations. Other grasses growing on the field layer are for example May lily, wood crane’s-bill and goldenrod. In old times goldenrod was used as a medicinal plant cure stomach and kidney diseases.

The most common pteridophyte plants are wood horsetail, stiff Ground pine, oak fern and adder’s fern.

A picture of an oak fern
A picture of a stiff ground-pine
A picture of a May lily
A picture of a alder buckthorn
A picture of a lady's-slipper orchid
A picture of a common polypody