Hussar Gorge

Created in 2005 on an area of 2.80 ha as a floristic reserve, aimed at preserving rare and protected plant sites. 117 species of vascular plants have been found in the reserve.

Two of them are subject to partial protection (the sub-stem and the juniper clubmoss). The presence of several species with a submontane-mountain type of geographical distribution is interesting, e.g.

The high value of the reserve is evidenced by the discovery of as many as 9 plant species on the list of endangered and endangered vascular plants of Western Pomorskie. These are: blackberry, pyramidal bugle, uniflorous perry, swamp chickweed, wood manna, ribwort, mountain speedwell, and forest vetch.



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