What is the vegetation of the boreal plains?
its an ecozone
There are 15 ecozones. There is the Mixedwood plains, the Atlantic maritime, the boreal plains, the boreal shield, the prairie, the montane cordillera, the pacific maritime, the taiga cordillera, the taiga shield, the boreal cordillera, the taiga plains, the Hudson plains, the southern arctic, the northern arctic and the arctic cordillera.
Canada has 20 ecozones - Land-Based Ecozones - Arctic Cordillera - Atlantic Maritime - Boreal Cordillera - Boreal Plains - Boreal Shield - Hudson Plains - Mixed Wood Plains - Montane Cordillera - Northern Arctic - Pacific Maritime - Prarie - Southern Arctic - Taiga Cordillera - Taiga Plain - Taiga Shield Water-Based Ecozones - Arctic Archipelago - Arctic Basin - Atlantic Marine - Northwest Atlantic - Pacific Marine -
That depends on the biome. For tropical rainforests, the primary vegetation would be the original trees and plants that grow in a rainforest. On a prairie, the primary vegetation would be the native grasses that grow there. In a boreal forest, the primary vegetation would be the spruce and larch trees.