Tsinandali Estate garden is situated on the slope of the mountain and this gives it good amount of sun and climate variation throughout the year. One can enter the park by going through the ally of cypress trees through the main gate. Interesting part here is the fact that from the main road to the quiet park there is only 3 min ride. And with one car turn, whole environment is changing, everything seems more cultured and well looked after. On the main loan o in front of the historic palace, there is a pond with gold fiches and waterlilies, during the summer. There viewer can observe neatly cut boxwood bushes and rose shrubs that add settle colour to the green symphony.
The palace-museum it is main jewel of the garden, thus all the plants are subjugated to its refined style: the combination of Georgian, European and orientalist styles. To the left from the main lawn there is rather interesting box labyrinth at the centre of with is so called wish tree, where visitors put colourful ribbons to wish for love, prosperity and success. Labyrinth continues with the so called lovers ally, long rose arch, where climbing rose varieties fill the space with smell every May month.
Next to the museum there is 19th C. refrigerator covered with heavy vegetation from above and giving desired cold temperature due tue unique architectural decisions. Historic garden includes several important buildings besides museum: among whom 19th Winery, guest house, governor’s house, chess palace, old church remains and two 19th C refrigerators are worth noting.
Tsinandali Garden is covered with complicated system of rain water stream channels. And several bridges. Whole garden is covered in numerous man made mounds and other landscape features that reveals 19th C patterns built during Prince Alexander Chavchavadze and his descendants.
Tsinandali garden is the host of over 1500 species of trees, shrubs and bushes, annuals and perennials from every continent.