Abstract: Harda district is situated in the eastern part of Madhya Pradesh, India. The southern part of the Harda district is covered by Satpura hill ranges and extended part of Malwa plateau with no obvious natural boundary that can held any endemic flora. Present study records 902 wild and naturalized species, 532 genera and 117 families in the 2645 sq. km where is 2.93 species density which show that the area is a meting ground for diverse floristic elements. 382 plant genera are monogeneric where each genus has only one species. Phytogeographical elements of Harda district have been analyzed which show that 33.11 % species of this floristic element are native to India and adjoining areas.
Keywords: Harda, floristic elements, species density, Satpura hills, Malwa plateau.
| DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2021.81024