Coniferous and deciduous trees, typical for Russian landscapes
The forest consisting of oaks, birches, maples and limes grows surrounded by spruce and birch forest. Under the trees, grow wood violet, Siberian squill, wood cranesbill, Solomon's seal and other perennial grasses. Mixed forest is a characteristic type of forest for the southern taiga. It is curious that the word taiga, which came from Eastern Siberia, is a globally recognized term for forestry, which is understandable to specialists of all countries. Mixed forests of Moscow region are of the southern taiga type. Due to their specific diversity, such forests are much more viable than homogeneous spruce and pine forests, often found in Moscow and neighboring regions.