Flora in Ranthambore National Park

Popular Vegetation in Ranthambore Natonal Park


The Flora of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is dry and deciduous because it is situated close to the Thar Desert of Rajasthan. There is minimal rainfall in this reserve. In the park, there are about 539 species of plants, with the Dhok tree being the most common type of tree which is found in this reserve. This tree acts as fodder for various herbivorous animals such as deer and antelopes because of its shrubs and fruits. 

Mango, Tamarind, Peepal, Neem, and Banyan are some other common trees that are found in the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. The Banyan tree which is situated in the park is one of the oldest trees in the country. Lotus and water Lilly can also be seen in Ranthambore which is surrounded by khus grass. Other plants found in Ranthambore include Babul, Ber, Imli, Jamun, Kadam, Khajur, and Tendu.