Covering the span of undergrowth to old-growth trees, over 3000 species of plant life are native to British Columbia.
Two temperate rain forests, coastal regions, mountainous zones, and an area of arid plateau are each adorned in differing styles. Because of the geographic sprawl found in BC, there are vast differences found in every direction. Each form of plant life adds to the natural wonder that is British Columbia. With so many species in every region, it's good to familiarize oneself with the basics, but be prepared for something new.