Category Archives: Trees and woodland in Strandja

Another pink spring surprise...

Another pink spring surprise…

Double Lilac Primrose – Primula acaulis ssp. rubra, an ice-relict in typical for Strandja

Round-leaved cyclamen and Yellow Crocus

Colourful spring flowers on the woodland floor

Round-leaved Cyclamen – Cyclamen coum and Yellow Crocus – Crocus flavus are two of the earliest flowering plants in the Strandja beech woodlands

Ancient Oak in Strandja Woodland in Autumn

Ancient Oak in Strandja Woodland in Autumn

Many ancient trees have survived in Strandja, and they are especially beautiful in Autumn.

Strandja Autumn Panorama

Strandja Autumn Panorama

A view on the Strandja Mountains in autumn. The leaves will now soon be gone…

The Yellow Moment in Strandja

The Yellow Moment in Strandja

All of a sudden, almost overnight, all the oaks in Strandja turned yellow.

Strandja Beech forest in Autumn

Strandja Beech forest in Autumn

Strandja’s cool and shady beech forests look completely different when the autumn has truly arrived.

Gold Dust in Strandja

Gold Dust in Strandja

Autumn leaves Resemble Gold Dust in a Strandja Woodland.

A lonely Strandja oak (Quercus hartwissiana) on a grassy hilltop

Lonely Strandja Oak Tree

This Strandja oak tree (Quercus hartwissiana) grows on its own on top of a grassy hill. It has been shaped by strong winds from the Black Sea.