mainly grey-leafed shrubs and perennials growing here are full of flowers and
blossoms that attract butterflies and bees, for instance broom, butterfly bush
(Buddleia davidii), blue beard, purple willow, wisteria, sage, thyme, ornamental
catnip and hemp-agrimony.
The paths are paved with pale grey stone and variously
shaped - wide in some parts and narrower in others, sometimes straight and sometimes
The branches of an elm dance playfully in the breeze. Around its
trunk are planted pale blue and yellow flowering ground covering plants and bulbs.
Near the entrance to the
Mercury Garden, which is covered with wisteria, there stands a small wooden hut.
In it visitors can find information about the park as well as books and magazines
on the implementation of astrology in architecture and garden design.
small stage for music recitals and poetry readings is set up at the rear end of
the Mercury Garden.
Strewn over the garden one can also find several seating
areas as well as an open area with swings and a see-saw - for children of all