Flora of Morocco Last updated on
Thursday 22nd April 2010
The mountainous regions of Morocco contain extensive areas of forest, including large stands of cork oak, evergreen oak, juniper, cedar, fir, and pine.
Except for areas under cultivation, the plains are usually covered with scrub brush and alfa grass.
On the plain of Sous, near the southern border, is a large forest of argan, thorny trees found principally in Morocco.
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