There are more than 10,000 species or plants in Turkey, 20% or which are round only in these lands.
The abundant rainfall in the Black Sea region allows the growth or rich rarest vegetation, including oak, beech, maple, alder, chestnut and walnut trees.
The Dardanelles forms a transition between the Black Sea and the Aegean regions and therefore has a mixture or temperate and Mediterranean type or vegetation.
Thrace has fine forests which are subject to the continental influence of The Balkans.
The coasts of the Aegean and the Mediterranean, from the Dardanelles to the Gulf of Iskenderun have a typically Mediterranean; vegetation which extends to the plains and western slopes or mountains 1000 meters.
The southern is very hot and dry summers at vegetation in some places is with banana trees and date.
In the Taurus mountains, they consists of pine and cedar forests, with even junipers at higher altitudes.
Central and eastern Anatolia are isolated from all maritime influence by mountains. Rainfall is low. The summers hot and dry and the winters harsh. In certain areas, the vegetation is steppe-like nut also with forests of pine, oak and beech.
The region around the Salt Lake is almost entirely barren.
The climate in Eastern Turkey is even harsher, although the rainfall in the Southeast allows birches, walnuts and oaks to thrive.