The characteristic mountainous landscape and hot summers with a lot of precipitation create ideal conditions for a unique combination of northern and southern life forms in the Ussuriysk region, both in the plant and animal world.
In the northern part of the region, trees and shrubs are dominated by: linden, maple, walnut, Maakia Amur, cherry, bird cherry, apple, pear, ash, birch, alder, grapes, euonymus, buckthorn, meadowsweet, raspberry, wild rose, elderberry, viburnum, honeysuckle, hazel, etc. In the southern part of the region, these species were joined by cherry, sweet cherry, and apricot tree. The distribution of these rocks depended on the position of the terrain in relation to the sea coast. The richest and most diverse vegetation is the western slopes of the Sikhote-Alin, especially along the slopes, sheltered from the wind.
Far Eastern honey cannot be confused with anything. Its taste is like a kaleidoscope of dozens of bright aromas of valuable medicinal melliferous plants growing in the Far East. Primorsky honey has a humidity as close as possible to 21% (according to GOST), while having a very large diastase number.