Crossroad on Boháček (17)

 

 

 

 

The path passes through smaller meadow areas that were created directly in the Boháček area. On these smaller meadows, not connected to the rest of the composition, grow massive solitary specimens of Picea abies or Quercus robur. The stands are based on native oak-hickory trees, supplemented by conifers, of which spruce and Douglas fir predominate. Among the interesting tree species there is a massive specimen of Douglas fir. This tree, which is widespread in western North America, grows 60-100 m tall in its native habitat, with trunks up to 4 m in diameter.