The initiation of the Kediri airport has had a direct impact on the availability of space in Bulusari village. Bulusari Village has a variety of medicinal plants which are still widely used by the community in their daily lives. However, the initiation of Kediri Airport has reduced the ecosystem space for medicinal plants. Conservation efforts need to be made to protect endemic species that can be synergized with the existence of Kediri Airport through the cultivation of medicinal plants as landscape elements. Inventory is the first step in conserving the diversity of medicinal plants in Bulusari village. The purpose of this study to conduct an inventory of medicinal plants that can be used as landscape elements in areas affected by the initiation of Kediri Airport in Bulusari Village. The method used is literature study, survey, observation and identification of medicinal plant names. Determination of the research location was done by purposive random sampling. Observations were made at three types of locations, namely telajakan, gardens and fields. Each sampling plot has an area of ​​10 x 10 m2. The inventory is focused on medicinal plants that just grow in nature or are not directly cultivated by humans. The results showed that there are 45 species of medicinal plants that have the potential as landscape elements with details of the functions as follows; 1) sunscreen, 2) pollutant absorber 3) privacy barrier, 4) wall, 5) space builder, 6) animal habitat, 7) erosion control, 8) aesthetic value,  9) physical barrier to movement of organisms and 10) ground cover.