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This paper presents results of field studies in historical former manor park of the Krajna Region which were made during two vegetation seasons, in 2013 and 2014. The studies covered eight monumental manor parks located in five communes (Krajenka commune –Maryniec, Łobżenica commune – Chlebno, Górka Klasztorna, Sośno commune – Wąwelno, Wyrzysk commune – Dąbki, Falmierowo, Wysoka commune – Gmurowo, Jeziorki Kosztowskie). The study aim at presenting geographical-historical status in Poland of the chosen former manor parks of the Krajna and especially tang into consideration the most precious specimen of dendroflora. A lot of old trees, trees alleys, trees lines, alien species and protected taxa were found on the parks’ areas. 472 species were found, including 164 constitute synanthropic spontaneophytes (apophytes), 94 – non-synanthropic spontaneophytes and 29 – half-synanthropic spontaneophytes, 42 archaeophytes, 40 kenophytes and 103 – diaphytes. 149 taxa were found among dendric flora and 323 taxa of herbal flora. From the rare dendric and herbaceous flora in the scale of the region of the analysed park there are: Abies procera, Acer rubrum, Achillea ptarmica, Calystegia pulchra, Crataegus pedicellata, Liriodendron tulipifera, Metasequoia glyptostroboides, Phellodendron amurense, Picea omorika, Ptelea trifoliata, Sanicula europaea, Tilia americana and Vicia grandiflora.
Key words: former manor parks, vascular flora, Krajna Region, ATPOL