Sal, Khair, and Sissoo are the most visible trees found in Corbett. Though, several other species contribute to the sound diversity of Jim Corbett are scattered throughout the park. Chir Pine is the only conifer found in the park. Some part of Corbett is dominated by Bamboo forests. The main species is Male Bamboo (Dendrocalamus strictus) having clustered stout stems and shining papery stem sheaths. Bamboos follow a peculiar flowering process. All bamboos in a forest flower together at the same time once in several decades. After flowering, fruiting, and dispersal of seeds, all individuals die together.
The Floor of the Corbett forest is also dominated by the several species of Ber (Zizyphus) found in open areas and is a boon for many birds and animals providing food and habitat to them. Maror Phali (Helicteres isora) is an easily noticeable shrub. If you look at the fruits of this amazing shrub, they are in the form of twisted spiralling pods. Jhau is a different kind of shrub found along the Ramganga basin on sandy or rocky soil.
It is quite interesting to explore the vegetation types of Corbett National Park. We find that some of the Corbett vegetation is covered with bamboo forests. The main species existing is named Male bamboo having clustered stout stems and shining papery stem sheaths.