Gardens - Edible plants garden

This garden is tied together with the vegetable garden and leads to the crossroad which connects the Oriental garden and the yard of small domestic animals. Part of the gardenis an orchard of non-traditional fruit trees as medlar (Mespilus germanica L.) and quince (Cydonia oblonga Miller). Quince trees havebig, leathery leaves, white flowers and strongly aromatic yellow fruit. The fruits are inedible uncooked, but taste well cooked as a jam. They are also used in cosmetics and food industry. The garden is designed in irregular shapes. The beds will be planted with a variety of shrubs, perennials and also annuals. Most of the planned planting consists of  edible plants; known not only as an ornamental, but can be eaten whole or their flowers, such as nasturtium, calendula, lavender, rose, violet and borage.