In Magura Codlea spruce and fir floor is first, followed beech floor.It is an inversion of arrangement of the vegetation because of thelow temperature which remain in the depression.Because of Codlea temperature inversions can be observed theinversion in arrangement of the vegetation. Meet the spruceforests at the foot Mgurii, and pure beech forests on the threadvalleys and sunny slopes, or mixed with oak, covering Magura upnear the top.Spruce & fir forests are monotonous forests, dense and full of darkness . This, together with thick layer formed on the ground of fir, cones, broken branches, make shrubs and grasses are notpresent in forests of spruce and fir.The beech forests forming Codlea-forest , are around with elmwood, maple, ash trees and shrubs like blueberry, raspberry,hazelnut.. Under thickset of these forests, grass vegetation is rare,represented by sedge, cock ridge, dock rabbit, ferns, mosses andfungi, Ramsons. Red fescue grass meadows and wind from thedeforested heights are used as pasture and meadow.