Summer annuals, dahlias, and tulips are planted in changeable expositions.
The exposition of summer annuals is made up of looking for new cultivar seeds from world botanic gardens and gardening firms to show and recommend gardening novelties every year.
Every year in the garden you can see multiform collection of dahlias with more than 280 cultivars. All main cultivar groups of dahlias are presented.
Also interesting, are collections of bulbous plants – tulips (more than 300 cultivars) and narcissus (about 150 cultivars).
Near the Old Park there are iris beds. In the collection, 40 species and 150 cultivars of irises are presented. They stand out sharply against the background with their smart flower form and diversity of colour.