Down woodland paths
Visitors following the narrow paths can seek out the pond and large rockery almost hidden within the woods. There are many delights to be found between the large moss-covered rocks where acers, ferns, and hostas grow in abundance.
The Woodland Garden is also home to many interesting trees. One such tree is the Stewartia pseudocamellia, with its jigsaw-like bark and beautiful white flowers. Visitors can also look out for the large specimen of Nothofagus fusca, a Southern Beech endemic to the forests of New Zealand.