A botanical garden and private park in Gearford which is home to a vast number of exotic plants, particularly of gigantic mushrooms.
It is open to the public via paid admission, double that of the local museums. It attracts wealthier tourists as well as the politicians and diplomats from the Rowe district.
Tall hedges and brick walls separate it from the rest of the city to avoid non-customers from enjoying it.
The garden is often used as a point of reference for the wealth of the nation, in both positive and negative terms.
A great number of rare species are only easily accessed by visiting the gardens.