This amazing garden spans five acres of land. It contains elements of old, traditional gardens, like the old lime tree alley and magnificent Manchurian walnuts sheltering the remotest parts of the grounds with their spreading crowns. 
The contrast to the modern world is immediately evident at the entrance to the grounds. Here, your attention is drawn to the cube-shaped lime trees planted in three offset lines to form a curious alley — a modern response to the old lime tree alley. The geometric dialogue between various elements of the garden continues with the trimmed borders of dogwood and carpets of yellow and green dwarf varieties of Japanese spirea. The border to the surrounding area is marked by an undulating assortment of ornamental shrubs: ‘Annabel’ smooth hydrangea, ‘Grandiflora’ panicle hydrangea, ‘Sibirika’ and ‘Elegantissima’ white dogwood.
The shrubs are trimmed into neat cloud-forms. They are adorned with roses and perennials, mostly with white flowers, planted in front of them. Different shades of white dominate the colour scheme of this garden, creating a calm, ethereal feeling. It is contrasted by the use of green forest plants that creates a seamless connection with the surrounding nature. 
Umbrella and ball-shaped winged spindle trees are scattered on the lawn on the opposite side from the entrance road.
Two giant ‘Brabant’ thuja groups frame the driveway leading to the house. 
At the corner of the house, you find a “dancing” lime tree, which has been pruned into a distinctive shape with several parallel shelves. This plant is the exclusive crown jewel of the project, being one of only a few of its kind, produced in a single German nursery garden. Two of these lime trees are part of this project - the second is located nearby on an island in the middle of the driveway.
An authentic green maze is found the forest area. Its walls are formed by hornbeams, which rise towards the centre of the maze. Due to its relatively small size, it is impossible to get lost in the maze for long, but it is the perfect place for children games. There is also a stunning view of its winding spiral form from the first floor of the house. Cambered hornbeam hedges and apple trees demark the entrance to the forest area.
Behind the house, there is a rather different scene. Here, a lawn surface is topped with dabbles of mountain pines. A curiously bookshelf-shaped pine is planted in one of these groups. The spacious lawn is framed by dogwood trimmed in the form of cubes of various heights. 
Lime tree espaliers planted along the border of the plot effectively screens the grounds from the neighbouring property. 
A hedge of ‘Winter Orange’ lime trees is planted behind the fence along the alley. This variety is notable for its stunning red shoots in winter and early spring. Walking along the alley and under the archway entwined with climbing roses, brings you to the kitchen-garden, full of herbs, strawberries and vegetables grown in raised wattle beds. The cosy kitchen garden is hidden behind a hornbeam hedge and combined with a rose garden.