Slopes, plains, forests and ravines of the Notranjska Regional Park are home to many a species. In the multitude of common, but no less beautiful, flowers thrive carnivorous plants, as well as rare, endangered and native species.
You can see this rosy-blossoming primrose only in Slovenia, as it doesn't thrive elsewhere in the world
Justin's Bellflower only thrives in Slovenia and neighbouring Croatia, so searching for it in other places would be in vain
Immediately after the snow is gone, beautiful dark purple flowers emerge from their soil shelter
The meadows where it grows are most colourful of all, and, therefore, a feast for the eye
Baroque plant with thick inflorescence of purple flowers
Flowering rush has specially adapted to extreme conditions at Lake Cerknica. It is one of the rare plants which can thrive in water and on land.
Carnivorous oblong-leaved sundew is one of the rarest and most endangered plants in Slovenia
One of the most typical plants in the beech forests of Dinaric karst - we can practically notice it everywhere, but elsewhere in Europe this special umbellifer is extremely rare
An army of sturdy bodies in lead-grey armours, standing united on a steep slope
Blankets of purple inflorescence