Dionysos has common features with the plants – vitality and ability to come back to life. The most popular plants associated with the deity are the vine, the ivy and the pine tree, but there are some other, less popular ones, that play a role in the cult of Dionysos such as fig, wild dill, etc. Similar to the deity, these plants have light and dark sides and they can bring joy and happiness as well as madness or even death. Dionysos occupies an important place in the rural, agricultural and wild environment. The dualistic nature of the Greek god is represented by his iconography; he has many faces and reincarnations. Sometimes certain plants symbolize a particular aspect of the cult of Dionysos. The article is aimed at defining their importance and symbolic meaning in Thrace based on their representation on artefacts dated back to the Pre-Roman period.