The area that one finds to the right of the central walk is formed mainly by ashtrees
of small leaf and Siberian elms, with some specimens of yew, maple negundo,
acacia of the Japan, cedar of The Himalayas, cedar of the Lebanon, plane- trees,
Lawson's false cypresses and oaks.
The area to the left side of the central walk is composed by Siberian elms, cedar of
the Himalayas and cedar of the Lebanon . There are also quite enough specimens
of maple negundo and red fir. The walk that one finds to his left side is formed by
plane- trees and robinias. Along with this area it is the fountain of the Serpent.
The first walk perpendicular to the central walk, is composed by Siberian elms and
maples negundos principally. There are also several plane- trees and some robinias
and false maple plane- trees.
The second walks is formed by robinias and acacias of the Japan.