The southern region of Vahim Regaad is a cold desert with little precipitation, short and mild summers, and long and cold winters. This decreases the biodiversity of southern Vahim Regaad in both flora and fauna. In this dry region of the country, there is very little plantlife along the plateaus and the canyons, and is restricted mostly to grasses and a few hardy shrubs. Along the Xhisaan River, natural vegetation grows, and includes seabuckthorn, tamarisk, juniper shrubs, and various flowers. The juniper is also extremely common within the mountains of Vahim Regaad in the Western, Central, and Northern regions, and is the only woody plant shrub within the area. Port Karum, located in the Xhisaan River, is the sole area where good timber is in supply. Juniper trees and cypresses dominate the landscape here and within Northern Khantou.
Plants domesticated for agriculture and regular consumption by people within the Western Peaks include barley, cabbage, celery, carrots, potatoes, fenugreek, a sweet potato-like small brown root, and other roots.
A large variety of grasses sweep over Shenvah, as well as thousands of species of wildflowers, saffron, and caraway.
The Eastern Peaks, containing a warmer and wetter climate, grow lentils, winterwheat, and tea, all of which are highly traded with Shenvah and Vahim Regaad.