The paper presents results of floristic and phytosociological works provided in 2006 in
nature reserve “Kamienna Buczyna” in Iński Landscape Park (NW Poland). The objective of
reserve established in 1985 is preservation of forest communities and characteristic moraine
landscape. There have been found 11 species under legal protection and 3 habitats protected in
Natura 2000 area (Galio sylvatici-Carpinetum, Galio odorati-Fagetum i Luzulo pilosae Fagetum). There was observed regeneration of preserved forest habitats, but also degeneration
of the parts of reserve where the coniferous treestand still exist.