The national flower, the white dryad
The national flower of Tödlichebujoku is the white dryad/lapinvuokko, Dryas octopetala, representing purity, holiness, and endurance of adverse conditions. The national female tree is the balsam poplar/áiti koivu, Populus balsamifera, and the national male tree is the balsam fir/isá kuus, Abies balsamea. Both trees yield substances long used in religious and secular magecraft. The island-continent's biomes range from tundra in the south to subtropical rainforest in the north and dry Mediterranean in the northwest islands. Most of the populated regions, however, fall under temperate coniferous and mixed forest along with temperate grasslands.
Tödlichebujoku's vast swath of tundra along its south coast and along the central mountain range contains plants such as the white dryad Dryas octopetala, the alpine poppy Papaver radicatum, and the purple saxifrage Saxifraga oppositifolia.
A large swath of the nation's south-central area, reaching northward along the eastern mountains, is covered in boreal forest dominated by eteláinen mántü (Pinus sibirica), suuri kuusikko (Picea glauca), and valkoiset seltsalkeeyset (Populus tremuloides).
-diversity of Lilium species
-boreal forest & mixed forest
-Pinus strobus, Picea abies, Fagus sylvatica, Acer saccharum on eastern and southern areas of nation
-farmland & associated flora