Wooded meadows are regularly mown areas with sparse trees. They originated from forest clearings followed by mowing and are one of the most species-rich habitats in the world. Due to the socio-economic changes, such areas have constantly decreased. Therefore the
study of the wooded meadows, as well as the recovery of the vegetation characteristic of these habitats have become a very urgent matter both from practical and scientific aspect. In July 2021, on a restored parcel of the Laelatu wooded meadow in West Estonia, 40 1 x 1 m plots were recorded for data on the species composition and richness. In this study, the relationship between the obtained results and additional measured characteristics is analysed.