Bright woods, a world of flowers

At any season of the year, different species of flowers can be seen even in bright woods.

At one time, forests were grazed, wood was valuable, and leaves were used as litter. The penetrating light allowed for the establishment of grasses and dry meadow species such as common chamydew
Teucrium chamaedrys
and the salicine asteroid
Buphthalmum salicifolium
, thus becoming an important living space for butterflies and other insects.