To the east of the village lies Dolný háj, the marginal parts of which are cut off by white agate (Robinia pseudoacacia). Oak (Quercus sp.) With numerous groups of pines (Pinus sp.) And beech (Fagus sylvatica) is abundant in the tree composition. The shrubby stage is represented by the black base (Sambucus nigra), the rose hips (Rosa canina) and the like. Massive ash trees (Fraxinus sp.) And poplars (Populus sp.) Grow near the Žľabský bridge. A monocultural phytocenosis can also be found in Šarkan, where extensive pine planting is connected to the castle park in Dolná Krupa. A unique example of the typical appearance of floodplain forest with swamp species of trees and plants is the so-called Škarpa located about 150 m southeast of the railway station Klčovany. Warty birch (Betula pendula) grows abundantly in the village, there are lindens (Tilia sp.) And chestnuts (Aesculus) in the vicinity of the cemetery. which can also be found at the railway station. In the alluvium of watercourses we can find the willow willow (Salix fragilis), the sticky alder (Alnus glutinosa) and others. The village is completed by linear communities of ornamental trees and fruit trees. In the extravillain, where only the torsos of the former pre-collectivization line system have been preserved, in both groves, in Šarkan and next to field roads, there are still botanically interesting plant communities. For all of them we will mention at least the following: spring primrose (Acorus calamus), bear garlic (Allium ursinum), rapeseed (Agrimonia eupatoria), spring beetle (Adonis vernalis), lily of the valley (Convallaria majalis), St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum), (Ficaria verna), Verbascum thapsiforme, Lamium album, Symphytum officinale,
In the weed community of root crops and cereals, there are Centauera cyanus, Papaver rhoeas, Elytrigia repens, Convolvulus arvensis, Agrostemna githago and other weeds.
A special group consists of plant rudimentary communities, which thrive wherever waste of organic origin has accumulated. Their best-known representatives are: Greater Burdock (Lappa aretium), Urtica dioica, Atriplex tatarica, Chelidonium maius and others.