At the sparkling edge of the world, Provincetown and its environment has a vast variety of wild landscape: open ocean, prairies, marshes and swamps, moors, woods, dunes…The Provincetown flora is a treasure. Here, one can find several types of ammophilia (for example, beach grass or seaside goldenrod), of which function as protectors of natural and manmade erosion. (ponctuation) In the woods you can find: pine trees, acorn trees, white oaks, black oaks, white cedars, red maple trees, Eastern Red Cedars, and black locust trees.
You cannot forget the cranberry bogs, of which this region is a great producer. Autumn is also a beautiful season to visit Cape Cod to appreciate these red and orange Indian summer colors, but also to see the ponds abundant with these small red fruits, with their slightly acidic taste and energetic virtue!