Lawns are punctuated in several areas by interesting trees. An impressive weeping beech stands near the orangery. Its branches almost reach the ground, creating a virtually enclosed chamber. Near the gatehouse is a giant sequoia from the United States and a monkey puzzle tree from Chile with bizarre needle-like leaves. The round basins full of water lilies, carp and goldfish and the collection of cherubs created in 1938 by Wilhelm Kollmar (1871–1948) are small oases.