More than ten different oak species, such as the Hungarian oak, the golden oak, the imperial oak, the red oak and the Turkey oak have found a place in this tree park around the mill. Many other exotic woods for the region, such as the amber tree, purple birch, silver fir, trumpet tree, primeval sequoia, curly ash, dogwood, thousand-flower tree, incense cedar, chestnut and the tree of the gods also thrive here. But the service tree is also a special tree, valued for centuries as excellent furniture and construction timber and therefore mercilessly felled. A handkerchief tree, grown from a fruit by the owner himself, keeps the service tree company together with a Japanese crescent, a Leyland bastard cypress and a spireling.
The devil's walking stick, also known as the Japanese aralia, stands out because it looks more like a large shrub. It has a few thick branches with gray bark and prickly twigs. The slit-leaved vinegar tree next door has self-seeded. The cinnamon maple a few meters away can be recognized by its trunk with rough bark that looks like a thick cinnamon stick.
Visits possible by appointment!