The idea of the garden began in 2008 when the owner, otherwise a lover of exotic plants, began creating the garden. Climate zone 8b / 9a allows a range of plants of different origins, so in addition to indigenous species such as olives, lavender, rosemary that are part of the Mediterranean garden, the garden is adorned with many carefully selected exotic species from around the world, such as palms, yucca, cacti, shrubs. The dry climate and travel of the owners inspired them further to form a desert and Japanese garden.

Today, the garden is divided into 5 gardens:
Mediterranean garden
Desert Garden
Eco garden
Japanese garden
Tropical garden

And together they make Zen gardens because believe me, this is the right place to feel Zen. The view from the garden extends to a small hidden islet. In the distance, you can see the island of Vis, the island of Svetac, and the town of Rogoznica.