The expansive gravel plains and bank zones of the Taugl are home to botanical treasures. Although they may be inconspicuous, they are well adapted to this dynamic habitat.

Purple and lavender willows survive floods. They always grow back. Hence they are the first plants of a developing alluvial forest.

Herbaceous plants find a place to bloom on these soils that are constantly being renewed. Mountain plants also take root - at least temporarily - in the riverbed of the Taugl.