The high wealth of plant species is due to the presence of different habitats, some of which are completely natural such as beech woods, bushes, grasslands, swamps, cliffs, and others, on the other hand, obtained by optimizing the morphological characteristics of the territory. such as the rock and the pond. The Garden is thus a unique opportunity to visit in an accessible way the typical environments of the mountain and high mountain plain of the central-southern Apennines.
Important and at the same time fascinating are the terraces dedicated to medicinal plants and autochthonous horticultural varieties, real research laboratories on traditional uses and customs linked to the plant world.