Theory:

The natural vegetation of Europe can be classified as follows:
1. Tundra
2. Taiga or Coniferous
3. Mixed Forest
4. Mediterranean Forest
5. Grassland
Tundra:
Region/country: Arctic and northern Scandinavian highland
Vegetation:Lichens and mosses
  
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Coniferous or Taiga vegetations:
Region/country: South of the Tundra region in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Poland and Austria.
Vegetation:Pine, fir, spruce and larch are the important tree varieties of taiga forest.
 
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Mixed:
Region/country: Western part of Europe, particularly in western France, Belgium, Denmark, Britain, etc.
Vegetation:Birch, beech, poplar, oak and maple trees
Mediterranean:
Region: Borders of the Mediterranean Sea
Vegetation:Cypress, cork, oak, olive and cedar
Grassland:
Eastern Europe is covered by grasslands (Steppe).

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