There are very few cultivated flowers planted in the Pinetum, with the exception of Daffodils, a few Crocuses and Snowdrops. However, we have a profusion of wild flowers, including carpets of Common spotted and Heath spotted Orchids. The variety of habitats and mowing regimes means there is a diverse collection of wild flora within the Pinetum. Some of the more elusive Orchids at Bedgebury include Broad Leaved Helliborine, Twayblade and Bee Orchid. There are also many deciduous trees on site, including several English Oaks over 400 years old.
A moss and liverwort survey can be found here.