An ensemble of mighty Crack Willow trees can be found on the site; their twisted trunks are reminiscent of trees in a tropical rainforest. It is a little-known fact today that it was from the acid in their bark that aspirin was prepared for the first time in 1899.
In 2007, a small arboretum of indigenous types of shrubs and trees was created in the garden where annual nature contests are organised by the Pozořice chapter of the ČSOP for children and their parents and elementary school pupils. The local schools have added visits to this garden to their natural-science curriculum. In 2012, thanks to the NET4GAS Closer to Nature programme, an educational panel on aquatic birds could be added to the park.