The main garden
The main garden reflects a typical landscape design with gravel paths leading the visitor from one viewing window to another. The garden overlooks the nearby hills and distant mountains. The southern and western edge of the garden is marked by a relic of a stone wall from the late 18th century.
Historical species of plants and trees grow there: linden trees, maples, beeches and horse chestnut. There are also rhododendrons, garden and wrinkled roses, jasmine and many others including the seasonal (spring and summer) planting. In the south-western corner of the main historic garden there is a hidden little viewing hill with a stone bench looking towards the Śnieżnik Massif (1 425 M. ASL.) and Igliczna Mountain with a charming 18th century Sanctuary on top of it.
The southern garden
In the southern garden, there are shrub beds planted with raspberries and blackberries, wild roses and trees, marking out the long distant vistas. A red beech single tree grows in the middle of the lawn. Guests could enjoy the landscape from the inside of the wooden English Arbour or from the big wooden platform where comfortable armchairs and sofas are placed.
The garden in Kamieniec consists of 5 parts: