Rock and scree flora
The most natural nuances can be detected in the alpine region of the Nature Park. The landscape is marked by a mix of crevice vegetation, scree plant communities, alpine grassland and dwarf shrub communities with mountain pine fields. Auricula (Primula auricula), also known as primula balbisii, is the plant that typically grows in limestone crevices. Depending on the altitude, its golden yellow flowers can be spotted from April to July. A part of the primrose family, the primula auricula is also known as an ancient medicinal plant used as a remedy for coughs and lung ulcers.