The Rochers-de-Naye

From early springtime, the native flora, mainly lime-loving plants, is very varied and abundant.

The Saxifraga oppositifolia opens up the season covering the rocks with bright pink patches.

Another very abundant native plant particularly among the rocks is the Primula  auricula.  It flowers at the same time as the Primula elatior which is found mostly in grass thus making primrose yellow the dominant colour as soon as the snow melts.

At the same period, one can also find the Gentiana verna and the much more discreet Soldanella alpine, among many other flowers.

This very spring-like flora is followed on by more and more rich and varied vegetation.

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